POLAR PREDICTION PROJECT
The Polar Prediction Project (PPP) is a 10-year (2013–2022) endeavour of the World Meteorological Organization’s (WMO) World Weather Research Programme (WWRP) with the aim of promoting cooperative international research enabling development of improved weather and environmental prediction services for the polar regions, on time scales from hours to seasonal.
YEAR OF POLAR PREDICTION
The Year of Polar Prediction (YOPP) is the flagship activity of PPP with the aim of enabling a significant improvement in environmental prediction capabilities for the polar regions and beyond, by coordinating a period of intensive observing, modelling, verification, user-engagement and education activities.
The Year of Polar Prediction is composed of three phases with the core phase taking place during the period May 2017 to June 2019.
A short video introducing YOPP can be found here.
PolarPredictNews #19 now available
08 October 2021
The 19th issue of PolarPredictNews is now available. Here, Sergi González (AEMET) and Sara Pasqualetto (former YOPP ICO) present their "Stations&Stripes" to illustrate the surface temperature evolution at various Antarctic research stations. Find more on Lindy Hop at the North Pole, on the role of the oceans in making forecasts for the polar regions, about a buoy with 359 days of survival, the Antarctic winter Special Observing Period next year, and much more.
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