Implementing Operational Ocean Monitoring and Forecasting Systems.
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Alvarez Fanjul, Enrique
Ciliberti, Stefania Angela
Pages376pp. & Annexes
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The main objective of this guide is to promote the development of new marine forecasting systems around the globe along with the improvement of the existing ones, compiling and making available valuable information to the professionals in charge of developing these services. In writing the various chapters, the authors assumed that the reader has a general knowledge on ocean science but little or no background in ocean modeling. The present book intends to provide an overview of the entire value chain of an Operational Ocean Monitoring and Forecasting System (OOFS), explaining its basis. This guide will also focus, although to a lesser extent, into the more recent technical advances in the sector......
Other TitleETOOFS Guide
CitationAlvarez Fanjul, E., Ciliberti, S. and Bahurel, P. (eds) (2022) Implementing Operational Ocean Monitoring and Forecasting Systems. Paris, France, IOC-UNESCO, 376pp. & Annexes, (GOOS-275). DOI: https://doi.org/10.48670/ETOOFS
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