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1 Workshop on Climatic Analysis and Mapping for Agriculture June 2005 – Bologna, Italy Sponsored by World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Cost Action of the European Science Foundation Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) National Research Council of Italy – Institute of Biometeorology (IBIMET) OTHER SELECTED MEETINGS CAgM Expert Team on Weather, Climate and Farmers (Geneva, Switzerland, November 2004) SELECTED PROCEEDINGS PUBLISHED (PDF) Proceedings of the Regional Technical Meetings on CLIPS & Agrometeorological Applications for the Andean Countries (Spanish only) (AGM No. 6/WCAC No.2, WMO/TD No.1234) Proceedings of an Expert Group Meeting for Regional Association I – Africa (AGM No. 7/WCAC No. 1, WMO/TD No. 1223) Click Here For Selected WMO Brochures Click Here For Tips on Using This CD Click Here for PDF sample of WAMIS Web Site WMO Click on Meeting or Proceeding to see more information Click Here For Style Guide for Workshop Papers

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4 WORKSHOP ON CLIMATIC ANALYSIS AND MAPPING FOR AGRICULTURE (Bologna, Italy, June 2005) INTRODUCTORY NOTE PROGRAMME PRESENTATIONS LIST OF PARTICIPANTS PHOTO Click on the green boxes to view Return to Main Page

5 PRESENTATIONS FROM WORKSHOP ON CLIMATIC ANALYSIS AND MAPPING FOR AGRICULTURE (Bologna, Italy, June 2005) Opening Remarks by F. Rossi, IBIMET, CNR, Italy Why we need a new climate classification for agriculture by R. Gommes, M. Bernardi, F. Nachtergaele, FAO, J. Grieser, Germany GIS assessment of climate warming impact on wine growing regions distribution in Slovenia by Kajfez-Bogataj L., Susnik A., Kurnik B, Slovenia. Combining multispectral and thermal infrared airborne remote sensing and airborne flux measurement for atmosphere- biosphere interaction studies by B. Gioli, Italy Comparison of spatial interpolation techniques for agroclimatic zoning of Sardinia (Italy by A. Cossu, M. Fiori, S. Canu, Italy Use of high resolution satellite images for agricultural land.use assessment in Romania by G. Stancalie, A. Marica, S. Catana, C. Flueraru, Romania Utilisation of GIS technology for operational agrometeorological applications by R. Motha, USA Current approaches to assess land use and surface-atmosphere interactions by J. Kroes, The Netherlands Agroclimatic application of a simple methodology based on surface radiation measurements by T. Georgiadis, M. Nardino, F. Rossi, Italy Identification of cotton phenological features based on the vegetation condition index (VCI). by C. Domenikiotis, E. Tsiros, M.Spiliotopulu, N.R. Dalezios, Greece. Click on the green presentation titles to view a Powerpoint Show file of the presentation; (When finished viewing presentations, press ESC to return to this page) Page 1 of 4 Return to Main Page Go to Next Page

6 Click on the green presentation titles to view a Powerpoint Show file of the presentation; (When finished viewing presentations, press ESC to return to this page) Page 2 of 4 PRESENTATIONS FROM WORKSHOP ON CLIMATIC ANALYSIS AND MAPPING FOR AGRICULTURE (Bologna, Italy, June 2005) Estimation of the Net Ecosystem Exchange in agro-forestry ecosystems by assimilation of satellite-derived information in a process model by R.Colombo,M. Meroni,M. Migliavacca, L.Busetto, C. Panigada, Italy GIS and space-assisted irrigation management: a pre operational pilot application in Portugal by A. Perdigao, Portugal Measuring soil hydrological properties in different climatic by M. Bittelli, Italy Application of remote sensing for monitoring the environment and socioeconomic activities by F. Kogan, USA Minimum temperature mapping in complex terrain for fruit frost warning by Yun J. I, Republic of Korea Frost mapping with NOAA- AVHRR data by G. Antolini, V. Marletto, Italy Simulation of micrometeorological fields during a frost event in the Po Plane by M. Nardino, G. Antolini, F. Rossi, T.Georgiadis, G. Leoncini, Italy, R.Pielke USA. A yield gap indicator for rice cold damages: application to the MARS data base by R. Confalonieri, F. Micale, G. Genovese, Italy Grassland yield and drought impact modelling using GIS in Austria by J. Eitzinger, Austria Clouds and precipitations ; what do we know in order to forecast extremes? by V. Levizzani, Italy Extreme agrometeorological events early warning and monitoring with use of satellite by P. Struzik, Poland Extending Crop Growth Monitoring Systems (CGMS) for mapping drought stress at regional scale by B.Tychon, F de Longueville, D. Buffet, R.Oger, Belgium Return to Main Page Go to Next Page

7 Click on the green presentation titles to view a Powerpoint Show file of the presentation; (When finished viewing presentations, press ESC to return to this page) Page 3 of 4 PRESENTATIONS FROM WORKSHOP ON CLIMATIC ANALYSIS AND MAPPING FOR AGRICULTURE (Bologna, Italy, June 2005) Multi source meteorological information and mapping for desert locust monitoring in the Sahel region by L. Genesio, A. Di Vecchia, G. Maracchi, Italy Agrometeorological analysis for zoning viticultural aptitude at different scales by O. Failla, L. Mariani, Italy The multivariate and multi-regressive techniques in the spatial representative of agro-meteorological data for the Piedmont areas by F. Spanna, A. Rainero, Italy Climatic adversities in Veneto region and crop yield losses by M. Borin, A. Chiaudani, A. Bonamano, Italy Baseline agro-climatic classification of Tuscany for climate scenarios applications by A.Crisci, G. Barcaioli, R. Magno, Italy Model based evaluation of agro-environmental measures in the federal state of Brandenburg/Germany concerning nitrogen pollution of ground and surface water by K.C. Kersebaum, B. Matzdorf, J. Kiesel, A. Piorr & J. Steidl, Germany Agroclimatic characterization and zoning methods for operational applications. by J. Walcott, G.Laughlin, J.Sims, Australia Zoning and mapping as agrometeological services in developing countries: preconditions and requirements by C.J. Stigter, Netherlands-Nawal K.N. Al-Amin, Sudan Climatic variability and climate risk in agriculture in the Mediterranean area by P. Duce, Italy Return to Main Page Go to Next Page

8 Click on the green presentation titles to view a Powerpoint Show file of the presentation; (When finished viewing presentations, press ESC to return to this page) Page 4 of 4 PRESENTATIONS FROM WORKSHOP ON CLIMATIC ANALYSIS AND MAPPING FOR AGRICULTURE (Bologna, Italy, June 2005) Application of GIS-based procedures for soil moisture mapping and crop vegetation status monitoring in Romania by A. Marica, G. Stancalie, A. Daniel,A. Nertan, C. Flueraru, Romania Climate indicators for assessing sensitive area to drought and desertification in Sardinia by A. Motroni, S. Canu, Italy Climate analysis for the assessment of vulnerability to desertification in Mediterranean environment by R. Magno, A. Crisci, L. Genesio, Italy Role of climate on grape characteristics of Moscato Bianco in Piedmont (Italy) by F. Spanna, S. Orlandini, Italy Analysis of agroclimatic spatial and temporal variability at farm scale by S. Orlandini, A. Dalla Marta, M. Mancini, Italy The future of the data collection in the frame of large international co-operation: Is there a place for agrometeorology in the GMES, INSPIRE or GEO, GEOSS? by Z. Dunkel, Hungary Climatic Mapping in Ecuador by M. Carvajal Return to Main Page Go to Next Page

9 CAgM EXPERT MEETING ON WEATHER, CLIMATE, AND FARMERS (Geneva, Switzerland, November 2004) INTRODUCTORY NOTE PROGRAMME PRESENTATIONS LIST OF PARTICIPANTSMEETING REPORT PHOTOS Click on the green boxes to view

10 PRESENTATIONS FROM COMMISSION ON AGRICULTURAL METEOROLOGY (CAgM) EXPERT MEETING ON WEATHER, CLIMATE, AND FARMERS (Geneva, Switzerland, November 2004) Weather, Climate and Farmers: an overview - R. Stone, Australia Communication of Agroclimatic Information: a global perspective - M.V.K. Sivakumar, WMO Weather and climate monitoring for food risk management - G. Maracchi, Italy Use of climate and weather data at the farm level - W. Janssen, Deutscher Wetterdienst, Germany Monitoring of crop growth and development conditions in Romania using integrated weather and satellite derived data G. Stancalie, National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology, Romania Activities of the German Weather Service in the field of agroclimatology - H. Friesland, Deutscher Wetterdienst, Germany Free accessible interactive irrigation advisory system on the Internet based on real time meteorological measurements S. Szalai, Hungarian Met. Service, Hungary Automatic procedures of agroclimatic data spatial interpolation for the application of simulation models S. Orlandini, University of Florence, Italy Model based estimation of nitrogen fertilization recommendations using agrometeorological data - C. Kersebaum, Germany Application of climate and weather information, data and forecast systems for agriculture Ms A. Habib, Meteorological Department, Bangladesh Combining earth observation data into a crop meteorological damage alert system - L. Toulios, NAGREF, Greece Spring frost risk evaluation in orchards: forecasts and protection methods - F. Rossi, Instituto de Biometeorologia, Italy Frost risk mapping using satellite data - N. Dalezios, Greece Agrometeorological support of fruit production: application in SW Slovenia A. Susnik, Environmental Agency of the Republic of Slovenia, Slovenia Calculating leaf wetness duration in an apple orchard - T. H. Sivertsen, Norwegian Crop Research Institute, Norway Click on the green presentation titles to view a Powerpoint Show file of the presentation; (When finished viewing presentations, press ESC to return to this page) Page 1 of 3

11 PRESENTATIONS FROM COMMISSION ON AGRICULTURAL METEOROLOGY (CAgM) EXPERT MEETING ON WEATHER, CLIMATE, AND FARMERS (Geneva, Switzerland, November 2004) New Meteorological Satellites - selected applications for agrometeorology P. Struzik, Institute of Meteorology and Water Management, Poland Possibilities of using satellite information in agrometeorology; advantages and limitations Z. Dunkel, Hungarian Met. Service, Hungary Using seasonal climate forecasts and the CROPWAT model for irrigation planning and management A. Marica, National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology, Romania Organization of agrometeorological forecasts and observations in Bulgaria V. Kazandjiev, National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology, Bulgaria USDA's Weather and Climate Information System for Operational Applications in Agriculture R. Stefanski & R. Motha United States Department of Agriculture, USA Applications of FAO agrometeorological software in response farming context - R. Gommes, FAO, Italy Agrometeorological simulation using PERO Model for Grape Vine Downy Mildew in Greece - N. Dalezios, Greece Enhancing communication with farmers - P. Hayman, Waite Research Precinct, Australia World Agrometeorological Information Service (WAMIS) - R. Stefanski and M.V.K. Sivakumar, WMO Agricultural advisory services as intermediates for online agromet applications for farmers I. Thysen, Department of Agroecology, Denmark lmproving applications of forecasts, advisories and agrometeorological products A. Harou, Environment Canada, Canada Requirements of a decision support system for crop and pest management in perennial horticultural crops P. Braun, Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Denmark Click on the green presentation titles to view a Powerpoint Show file of the presentation; (When finished viewing presentations, press ESC to return to this page) Page 2 of 3

12 PRESENTATIONS FROM COMMISSION ON AGRICULTURAL METEOROLOGY (CAgM) EXPERT MEETING ON WEATHER, CLIMATE, AND FARMERS (Geneva, Switzerland, November 2004) Effective use of agrometeorological systems and information J. Zullo, INMET, Brazil Application of climate forecasts and products for agriculture D. Maiga, Direction Nationale de la Meteorologie, Mali Agricultural impact studies in areas of complex orography F. Sau, EPS-USC, Spain Short and medium term weather forecasts for the agriculture based on the postprocessing of the ECMWF-EPS ouputs A. Maestre, Intituto Nacional de Meteorologia, Spain Climate Change: it is not too late if farmers act now L. K. Bogataj, University of Slovenia, Slovenia Click on the green presentation titles to view a Powerpoint Show file of the presentation; (When finished viewing presentations, press ESC to return to this page) Page 3 of 3

13 SELECTED WMO BROCHURES Click on Brochure Image or text to View WMO No. 976 – Natural Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Programme WMO No. 933 – Weather, Climate, and Food Security – English Version World AgroMeteological Information Information Service OMM 933 – Tiempo, clima y seguridad alimentaria – versión español OMM 933 – Le temps, le climat et la sécurité alimentaire – version française WMO


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