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  • 1. 4th IOC-WESTPAC SUMMER SCHOOL On SEAGOOS Monsoon Onset Monitoring and Its Social & Ecosystem Impact Universiti Malaysia Terengganu, 19-23 Agustus 2013 CENTER FOR CLIMATE, AGRO-CLIMATE AND MARINE CLIMATE INDONESIA AGENCY FOR METEOROLOGY, CLIMATOLOGY AND GEOPHYSICS (BMKG)
  • 2. OUTLINE 1. BMKG’s Structure Organization 2. Center for Climate, Agro Climate and Marine Climate Recent Activities o Climate Services  Establishment of Climate Early Warning System (CEWS) o Marine Climate Services  Marineo Marine Climate Services  Marine Integrated Data and information System (MIDAS) 3. Center for Database o Data Rescue
  • 3. BMKGSTRUCTUREOFORGANIZATION BMKG General Director Deputy of Instrumentation, Calibration, Network and Communication Bureau for Public Purpose Executive Secretary Bureau for Plan Center for Instrumentation Deputy of Meteorology Deputy of Climatology Deputy of Geophysics Center for Earth Quake and Tsunami Center for Climate, Agro and Marine Climate Center for Aviation and Marine Meteorology RGANIZATION Bureau for Legal & Organization Instrumentation and Calibration Center for Network Communication Center for Database Center for Seismology Engineering and Geopotencial Tsunami Center for Climate Change and Air Quality Marine Climate Center for Public Information Meteorology Meteorology Center for Education & Training Center for Research & Development Regional Stations
  • 4. CLIMATE SERVICES
  • 5. DM (+) SST 1 2 El Nino CLIMATE DRIVER FOR INDONESIA REGION Asia-Australia Monsoon 4 1 La NinaDM (-)3 In Fact: There are many climate drivers still not recognized Lack of Research??? Prediction Accuracy ???
  • 6. Monthly Rainfall Types in Indonesia Palu Ambon Jakarta BitungMakassar
  • 7. CLIMATE SERVICES CHALLENGES, CONCERN AND NEED • Forecaster: – Simple, Not Complicated – Computer = Forecaster itself – Non forecaster can produce climate prediction – Forecaster comes and go Prediction Skill must be ConsistentConsistent • User: – Climate Prediction and Information: Fast, Accurate, Accessible and Easy to Understand No Problem with Method Used – Longer : Better • Skill improvement of climate prediction • Collaboration with another country that has similar climate characteristic (i.e. MOMSEI)
  • 8. DATA BASE CLIKOM CLYSIS DATA BASE DATA BASE SYSTEM CLIMATE ANALISYS & MODELLING INFORMATION PRODUCT Infrastructure & Dessimination BMKG CLYSIS WEB CLIM AWS CENTRE BASE
  • 9. MARINE CLIMATE SERVICES
  • 10. • Improvement of BMKG’s Marine Climate Information Product • Provides Marines Information Services for coastal communities (e.g. fisheries, salt production and commerce) BMKGNEEDSANDNATIONALCHALLENGES BMKG NEEDS and NATIONAL CHALLENGES NATIONALCHALLENGES o Climate information services nearly always based on land-observations analysis only, while sea-observation (maritime) was still scarce. o Sea Observation merely based on satellite with very rare ground observation data for validation o Marine data are scattered among differrent institutions in Indonesia o We do data acquisition only, but no systematic data analysis and utilization o Oceanographic and disaster mitigation researches run independently among working units at Indonesia National Agencies o There is no strong collaboration among government institutes to utilize the data But….
  • 11. Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) with Marine Information Providers and User at national level, resulting in the followings : (1) Commitment to establish national working group (Observation, Modeling, Product Information, Dissemination and Capacity Building) as a first step toward the MARINE INTEGRATED DATA and INFORMATION SYSTEM (MIDAS) Building) as a first step toward the establishment of Indonesian integrated ocean information system (2) An agreement to establish Marine Integrated DAta and information System (MIDAS) as national portal of ocean climate data and information CEWS
  • 12. BMKG DATA RESCUE
  • 13. From : Urip Haryoko, 2013
  • 14. From : Urip Haryoko, 2013
  • 15. From : Urip Haryoko, 2013
  • 16. From : Urip Haryoko, 2013
  • 17. (DATACLIM Project) From : Urip Haryoko, 2013
  • 18. From : Urip Haryoko, 2013