Edited by the International Coordination Office for Polar Prediction, the PolarPredictNews keep you updated with recent, ongoing and upcoming activities during the Year of Polar Prediction. With this newsletter, we are aiming to build a common platform to exchange information, updates, and developments in polar prediction. Therefore, we are looking forward to your active contributions sharing your topics relevant to the community. Please send any information including announcements you would like to distribute via our newsletter to email@example.com.
August 2017: PolarPredictNews #03
Read in the third issue of the PolarPredictNews about the YOPP Launch that took place in May at WMO headquarters. By the way: Did you know there has been an Italian launch of the Year of Polar Prediction?
Get an update on activities that will take place during the YOPP Special Observing Periods (SOPs), find out how you can apply for the second Polar Prediction School scheduled for April 2018, and don't forget to check out the new YOPP Data Portal. And wait... have you already watched the Polar Prediction video animation?
About these and many more things to explore in the PolarPredictNews #03 (for screen, for print)
December 2016: PolarPredictNews #02
Read in the second issue of the PolarPredictNews about the YOPP Task Teams that have been recently formed in order to advance preparations for the Year of Polar Prediction. Find out how you can get involved with the Year of Polar Prediction and make sure to save the dates of the Special Observing Periods (SOPs) that have just been finalized. The SOPs will be carried out to enhance routine observations for several weeks during the Year of Polar Prediction in the attempt to close the gaps in polar observing systems.
Amongst others, learn more about a recently completed international airborne experimental campaign which involved four research aircraft and 584 additional radiosondes to examine the jet stream and its role over Europe and the North Atlantic, and meet with the leader of the YOPP Task Team on Airborne Platforms, Manfred Wendisch, who coordinates a German Transregional Collaborative Research Centre to quantify the contribution of different atmospheric processes causing Arctic Amplification.
October 2016: PolarPredictNews #01
In this first issue of the PolarPredictNews, learn more about a flying laboratory and new colleagues joining the Polar Prediction Steering Group. Read about the preparation of the Year of Polar Prediction in Columbus, Ohio and Reading, UK, and meet with Dave Bromwich chatting about his YOPP-endorsed project in West Antarctica.