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  • The eighth session of the FOCRAII
    04/10/12
    The eighth session of the FOCRAII, hosted by the Beijing Climate Centre of CMA, was successfully closed on 7 April 2012. The Forum discussed the outputs from various climate prediction models (BCC/CMA, CPC/NOAA, IRI, Met Office/UK, JMA, and KMA) and used these outputs, to produce a ‘multi-centre’ seasonal climate outlook for the RA II region f...
  • Eighth Session of the Forum on Regional Climate Monitoring, Assessment and Prediction for Asia (FOCRAII)
    04/04/12
    April 5 (Thursday), 2012 Registration(08:00-09:00) Location:1st Floor, CMA Conference Center Opening Ceremony (09:00-09:30) Chair:   SONG Lianchun 09:00-09:10 Welcome address by Dr. XU Xiaofeng, Deputy Administrator of CMA 09:10-09:15 Address by SU Guangming, Representati...
  • East Asian Monsoon Update
    03/29/12
    Abstract In March 2012, the center of polar vortex splits into two parts. At 500hPa level, meridional circulation prevailed over the Eurasia region, with the East Asian trough being deeper than normal to lead cold air from high latitudes to influence China. Meanwhile, the intensity of Siberian high shifted from stronger than normal to weaker than ...
  • EAMAC Website Capacity-Building and Asian Monsoon Monitoring Services
    03/13/12
    The East Asian monsoon activity centre (EAMAC) was assigned by WMO in 2006, and mainly providing monitoring information of East Asian Monsoon and gathering and processing data employed in research activities on Asian Monsoon, also doing operational prediction and training related to Asian monsoon. Beijing Climate Centre attaches the development of ...
  • ENSO REPORT
    02/25/12
    La Niña weakened and will terminate in spring 2012 1.  Current La Niña status 1) ENSO indices and Sea surface temperatures In September 2011, negative SST anomalies below -0.5℃ appeared in most of the central and eastern equatorial Pacific and NINO Z index decreased to -0.6℃, indicating that La Niña conditions came into being (Fig. ...

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