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Practice for the exchange of meteorological and related data and products/Tatiana Arivelo

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High-level Meeting & Workshop on Environmental and Scientific Open Data for Sustainable Development Goals in Developing Countries. Madagascar, 4-6 December 2017

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Practice for the exchange of meteorological and related data and products/Tatiana Arivelo

  1. 1. PRACTICE FOR THE EXCHANGE OF METEOROLOGICAL AND RELATED DATA AND PRODUCTS Tatiana Arivelo, Mrs. Meteo Madagascar
  2. 2. METEO MADAGASCAR STATE AND GOVERNMENT MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTS AND METEOROLOGY METEOROLOGY Mission: Provide the weather, climate, and water services for protection of life, property, development and sustainable management of natural ressource. [source: WMO ]
  3. 3. WMO Resolution 40 ADOPTS the following policy on the international exchange of meteorological and related data and products: • As a fundamental principle of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), and in consonance with the expanding requirements for its scientific and technical expertise, WMO commits itself to broadening and enhancing the free and unrestricted international exchange of meteorological and related data and products;
  4. 4. EMISSION CLIMATE DATA FROM THE SYNOPTIC STATIONS: from NCM to RCT
  5. 5. CLIMATE DATA SHARING MECHANISM OVER THE WORLD
  6. 6. Products available on DGM website www.meteomadagascar.mg
  7. 7. DGM MAPROOM http://www.meteomadagascar.mg Interactive web application providing maps and figures Interesting tool for visualisation and displaying information in the past, recent time, present and future Aiming to manage climate risks
  8. 8. OPEN Data for Resilience Initiative • Regional initiative aiming to improve the resilience and ability of the IOC member states in facing natural disaster risks. • Modeling tools for analysis of the future risks are made available through platform called “GeoNode” in which data issued from the DRM institutions are freely accessible
  9. 9. Climate data and information shared with/through GeoNode platform • Normal precipitation • Cyclone • Summary report on SWIO-RAFI (2017): – Number of recorded TC events (1950-2015) – Number of Recorded Non-TC Flooding – Events (1970-2015)
  10. 10. Perspective on Climate Data Policy • The climate monitoring products use data that are freely transmitted over the GTS and from historical agreements of data sharing. • These data have been processed to create gridded products such that it is not possible to retrieve any of the raw station data from our products. • Thus, there is no conflict with your own holdings of the original station series.
  11. 11. • There is high value to all in making our products available under an 'open' licence, enabling NMSs and Governments to use the gridded data for any purpose. • For example, the data may be useful in producing climate adaptation and resilience strategy for sectors that are essential to society such as energy or transport. • In many cases, reports of this nature are considered commercial and therefore in breach of any non- open use policy. Perspective on Climate Data Policy (Continued)
  12. 12. Thank you 

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