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© 2003 Dominion ACCS Ad Hoc Committee on Climate Services Requested by NOAA to create an ongoing dialogue regarding climate services.
© 2003 Dominion ACCS Ad Hoc Committee on Climate Services Mission Statement: To promote partnership, communication and collaboration among sectors of the Climate Services Enterprise.
© 2003 Dominion 3 AMS Board Structure Climate and Weather Enterprise Commission Board on Enterprise Communication Ad Hoc Committee on Climate Services
© 2003 Dominion 4 ACCS – Board Membership
© 2003 Dominion 5 Questions to discuss … HOW do we reach out to members of the Enterprise? Once we reach them, WHAT do we have to offer? If the goal of the outreach is better communications, HOW is this achieved?
© 2003 Dominion 6 AMS Town Hall Meeting January 17, 2007 San Antonio Presentations from … –Edward OLenic – NOAA / NWS / CPC –Todd Anderson – Dominion Energy –John A. Dutton – Weather Ventures, Ltd. –Arthur DeGaetano – Northeast Regional Climate Center
© 2003 Dominion 7 AMS Town Hall Meeting January 17, 2007 San Antonio Some Successes include.. –Internet availability of data and research –Climate Forecast System –Weather derivatives –RISAs (Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments) –ARCs (Applied Research Centers) –RCCs (Regional Climate Centers)
© 2003 Dominion 8 AMS Town Hall Meeting January 17, 2007 San Antonio Some Concerns include.. –Internet has security and reliability issues –Climate data is the basic requirement and needs to be quality controlled, standardized and made reliable. –Small businesses need to be included in the Enterprise. –NOAA needs to rethink priorities (NPOESS climate instruments cancellation, GOES-R sounder uncertainties, lag in updating observations and climate signals that feed models).
© 2003 Dominion 9 AMS Town Hall Meeting January 17, 2007 San Antonio Town Hall Feedback … –There is a strong need to better define priorities and then the resultant roles including partnerships. –NOAA needs assistance from the community in helping prioritize needs and this is confounded by the dynamic nature of the field.
© 2003 Dominion 10 AMS Town Hall Meeting January 17, 2007 San Antonio More Town Hall Feedback … Local communications could be enhanced through use of current infrastructure. –Regional Climate Centers –American Association of State Climatologists –NWS Weather Forecast Offices –River Forecast Centers –AMS Local Chapters
© 2003 Dominion 11 Whats Next for the ACCS? Climate Services (CS) suddenly a BIG deal! New CS questions such as water supply, regional warming, sea level, etc. Identify these NEW community priorities within Climate Services. Strive for common themes when advocating issues and remain consistent with message(s).
© 2003 Dominion 12 Whats Next for the ACCS? Develop a standard presentation to be delivered at local focal points – could be a Power Point or Webcast resource. Explore possible article about ACCS for inclusion in BAMS. Pursue use of on-line availability of ACCS information / activities through AMS servers. Feasibility of electronic Newsletter distributed through AMS and other local venues.
© 2003 Dominion 13 For more information contact: Todd AndersonEd OLenic Dominion EnergyNOAA / CPC X7528
Be a Part of Building a Weather-Ready Nation Christopher Strager U.S. National Weather Service WWOSC –Montreal, Canada August 19, 2014.
U N I T E D S T A T E S D E P A R T M E N T O F C O M M E R C E N A T I O N A L O C E A N I C A N D A T M O S P H E R I C A D M I N I S T R A T I O N.
HIC Meeting July 30, NWS Climate Services Division and NWS Hydrologists in the Field Summer Hydrologist-in-Charge Meeting July 30, 2008 Ahsha Tribble,
AMS Commission on the Weather and Climate Enterprise Board on Enterprise Communication Matthew J. Parker, CCM Savannah River National Laboratory Chair,
11 NWS Climate Services Michelle Hawkins, PhD Climate Services Division NWS Partners Meeting June 29, 2010.
3rd GOES User’s Conference Report on the NESDIS Data User’s Conference Ken Knapp GOES User’s Conference May 2004.
January NWS and Social Science Jennifer M. Sprague Strategic Planning & Policy Office National Weather Service National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
UCSC History. UCSC: A brief history 60s University Placement Committee A lot of field trips/interaction with employers.
NWS Social Science Activities David Caldwell, Director NWS Office of Climate, Weather and Water & Jennifer M. Sprague NWS Social Science Focal Point OFCM.
Climate Services: The Pacific Climate Information System (PaCIS) Approach Eileen L. Shea NOAA IDEA Center 31 st Climate Diagnostics.
Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Governative Committee Italy-China 1 RELEVANCE of INTERNATIONAL TERRITORIAL PARTNERSHIP for GOVERNING CHINESE URBAN-
1 Robert S. Webb and Roger S. Pulwarty NOAA Climate Service.
Technical Workshop for Climate Services Portal Development: Setting the Stage National Climatic Data Center Asheville, NC August 13-15, 2008.
Unisys Weather Information Services Presentation for NWS Partners Meeting Partner Perspective June 2010 Ron Guy, Director Unisys Weather
Developing Regional Climate Services at NOAA: Today and Tomorrow June 9, 2010 Dan Walker, Ph.D. Chief, Climate Assessment and Services Division NOAA’s.
Southeast Climate Consortium Extension Program C. W. Fraisse, J. Bellow, N. Breuer, V. Cabrera, J. W. Jones, K. Ingram, and G. Hoogenboom.
CLIMATE SERVICE DIVISION / NWS / NOAA National Weather Service Climate Services Marina Timofeyeva PaCIS 2010 Implementation Planning Workshop.
National Flood Conference April 22, 2009 Victor Hom Hydrologic Services Division Office of Climate, Water and Weather NOAA’s National Weather Service National.
WAS*IS Partnership Initiative Kevin Barjenbruch NOAA’s National Weather Service Melissa Tuttle Carr The Weather Channel.
1 Update from American Meteorological Society Ad Hoc Committee on Private and Public Weather Services Doyle Pittman Tennessee Valley Authority October.
Ryan Boyles State Climate Office of North Carolina North Carolina State University Ryan Boyles State Climate Office of North Carolina North Carolina State.
A nation prepared for and ready to effectively respond to weather-dependent events Moving Toward A Weather Ready Nation Moving Toward A Weather Ready Nation.
US BENEFITS. It Addresses Priorities The US and Canada have common scientific, economic and strategic interests in arctic observing: marine and air transportation.
Welcome To The HL7 Clinical Decision Support Meeting! Co-Chair Robert A. Jenders, MD, MS 15 January 2003 (Please sign in.)
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY Joint IEPR Workshop on Climate Adaptation and Resiliency for the Energy Sector Energy Sector Climate Resilience CRAIG ZAMUDA,
Climate Services: Where Do We Go From Here? Mark Shafer Oklahoma Climatological Survey.
November 7, 2008 Susan Ware Harris National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) NOAA Education, Training and Outreach.
Environmental Information Services Working Group (EISWG) An Overview NOAA SAB—EISWG (January 2010)
Office of the Federal Coordinator for Meteorology OFCM Opening Remarks and WG/WIST Activities Update Paul Pisano Mike Campbell WG/WIST Cochairs June 6,
U N I T E D S T A T E S D E P A R T M E N T O F C O M M E R C E N A T I O N A L O C E A N I C A N D A T M O S P H E R I C A D M I N I S T R A T I O N NOAA.
The May 29, 2008 AMS Webinar on a National Climate Service Edward OLenic Chair, AMS Committee on Climate Services Chief, Operations Branch, NOAA-NWS-CPC.
Climate Products and Services: Science Challenges, Gaps, Future Edward O’Lenic Chair, AMS Committee on Climate Services Chief, Operations Branch, NOAA-NWS-CPC.
Northeast Regional Climate Center Keith Eggleston Regional Climatologist.
1Office of the Federal Coordinator for Meteorology OFCM OFCM Special Session: Uncertainty in Atmospheric Transport and Diffusion (ATD) Models Setting the.
The State Climatologist Program and a National Climate Services Initiative Mark A. Shafer Oklahoma Climatological Survey University of Oklahoma.
Office of Coast Survey NOAA’s Storm Surge Roadmap: a Pathway to Improved Products and Services Jesse C. Feyen Storm Surge Roadmap Portfolio Manager.
Ashland Citizen Leadership Academy October 15, 2015 & Working Together.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration FY 2015 Budget Submission March 18, 2014.
World Meteorological Organization 1 WMOs Activities in Disaster Risk Reduction by Dr. Maryam Golnaraghi Chief Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Programme.
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NOAA’s Role in Weather Forecasting and Community Preparedness Decision Support NOAA remains focused on supporting high impact events where weather is a.
NOAA’s National Weather Service Serving the Nation’s Environmental Forecasting Needs.
CLIMATE SERVICE DIVISION / NWS / NOAA National Weather Service Climate Services Marina Livezey (Timofeyeva) OFCM 2nd Mini-Workshop on Hydrometeorological.
NOAA and OAR Approaches to Research Planning Alexander E. MacDonald PhD Deputy Assistant Administrator for Laboratories and Cooperative Institutes Office.
Manatt manatt | phelps | phillips New York State Health Information Technology Summit Initiative Overview and Update Rachel Block, Project Director United.
National Centers for Environmental Prediction: “Where America’s Climate, Weather and Ocean Services Begin” An Overview.
INTO THE NEW YEAR January 3, Objectives Reaffirm principles –China’s interest in exploring ESIP structure prompted review of ESIP evolution (more.
Delivering SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Through the National Science and Technology Consortium.
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WAS*IS Government/Private Sector Weather Partnership Project Melissa Tuttle Carr Manager, Weather Information Distribution The Weather Channel Kevin Barjenbruch.
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