Under this section practical guidelines to be used for training workshops and RWC to get acquainted with their tasks are provided.
In the future all WIGOS components should be considered in the WDQMS. To initiate the operationalisation of Regional WIGOS Centres the main focus will be on the GOS networks. Other networks, such as GAW (Global Atmosphere Watch) or the GCW (Global Cryosphere Watch) or others might be added at a later stage.Labels: 13Files: 20URL: 1Page: 1
Excerpts of the 'Technical Guidelines for Regional WIGOS Centres on the WIGOS Data Quality Monitoring System – WMO-No. 1124' separated by the different WDQMS functions complemented by additional technical information.Labels: 7URLs: 4Pages: 20Glossary: 1Files: 4
It is helpful for RWC personnel to have knowledge on other WDQMS related topics, e.g. OSCAR/Surface, GTS and WIS. Thus it may useful for RWCs to consider the information under this section.Labels: 7URLs: 21File: 1
Various links to websites and web tools concerning quality monitoring and evaluation of meteorological data.URLs: 12Labels: 2
RWCs may also have some knowledge about the various WMO global and regional GOS definitions for stationsLabels: 11URLs: 8Files: 25
Presentations delivered at WDMQS and RWC training courses for the purpose of operationalizing Regional WIGOS Centre operations as well as for training courses in the past, e.g. during the Demonstration Project RA I in 2016 and the RA VI Pilot project.Folders: 2Files: 3
- Summary of WDQMS webinars.
References to WDQMS and WIGOS related WMO documents.File: 1URLs: 5