PPP and YOPP in the Media

18 April 2017 SALIENSEAS: A Netherlands-led contribution during the Year of Polar Prediction (YOPP) (Wageningen University & Research)

27 March 2017 Internationale Meereis-Forschungselite berät im Deutschen Schiffahrtsmuseum Bremerhaven (interview with ICO director Helge Goessling; in German; Meereisportal)

26 March 2017 Kröten, schottische Musik und Meereis (in German; Radio Bremen 1)

12 March 2017 WMO verifies highest temperatures for Antarctic (Business Mirror)

10 March 2017 Internationale Meereis-Forschungselite berät im Deutschen Schiffahrtsmuseum (in German; Informationsdienst Wissenschaft AWI press release)

08 March 2017 How Arctic Weather Can Improve Mid-Latitude Forecasts (Arctic Deeply quoting PPP Steering Group member Jun Inoue)

02 March2017 UN agency announces record highs on Antarctica as scientists push for more data (The SC Monitor)

20 February 2017 The Multidisciplinary drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate (MOSAiC) project endorsed by YOPP (The Guardian, BBC News, The Telegraph)

24 January 2017 Planned Observing Periods for the Year of Polar Prediction (Article on www.wcrp-climate.org)

03 January 2017 Nutzer im Fokus von polaren Wetter- und Meereisvorhersagen (in German; Article on the Helmholtz Association's Earth System Knowledge Platform www.ESKP.de)

21 November 2016 Understanding user needs to improve weather and environmental forecasts in the polar regions (Article in the Northern Notes issue 46, Autumn/Winter 2016)

31 October 2016 THORPEX Legacies and the Future of the World Weather Research Program (WWRP) (Guest Editorial by David Parsons, former Chief of WWRP in the WWRP Newsletter October 2016)

31 October 2016 Year of Polar Prediction Southern Hemisphere Efforts in PolarPredictNews (SCAR 2016 News)

20 October 2016 The Arctic Portal highlights new developments and planning within the Year of Polar Prediction

30 September 2016 WMO WWRP Chief Paolo Ruti interviewed by ECMWF

28 September 2016 Press release by German Ministry for Education and Research about the German contribution to the first-ever Arctic Science Minsterial hosted by the United States' White House (in German)

28 September 2016 Fact Sheet released by The White House United States Hosts First-Ever Arctic Science Ministerial to Advance International Research Efforts

16 September 2016 Planning for the Year of Polar Prediction (WMO)

30 August 2016 New version of the Year of Polar Prediction Implementation Plan released (SCAR 2016 News)

22 August 2016 Halls of Higher Learning (by Kira Coley, Marine Technology)

05 May 2016 NWS Alaska Region participates in WMO PPP-SERA meeting to address polar challenges (NOAA Intranet; no free access)

08 January 2016 Optimized Arctic observations for improving weather forecast in the northern sea route (Public Release at Eurekalert)

20 July 2015 WMO: Schmelzende Polarkappen (in German; N21)

16 July 2015 UN-backed action plan to improve study of weather and climate in Polar regions takes shape