BUFR User’s Guide

@inproceedings{Dragosavac2004BUFRUG,
  title={BUFR User’s Guide},
  author={Milan Dragosavac},
  year={2004}
}
Initially many European national meteorological services started their own workstation projects according to available resources, eg SYNERGIE, HORACE, DIANA, whereas METVIEW at ECMWF and more recently the NinJo project in Germany have had participation from several partners. Fifteen years ago the European working Group on Operational Work Stations (EGOWS) meetings were initiated to encourage cooperation with meteorological workstation projects and have since become a yearly forum for exchanging… CONTINUE READING

Citations

Publications citing this paper.

Direct Assimilation of ABI Infrared Radiances in NWP Models

  • IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing
  • 2018
VIEW 1 EXCERPT
CITES METHODS

References

Publications referenced by this paper.
SHOWING 1-10 OF 11 REFERENCES

Development of a JAVA-based meteorological workstation by German Meteorological Service and partners, 19 International Conference on Interactive Information and Processing Systems for Meteorology

G. Eymann
  • 2003
VIEW 3 EXCERPTS
HIGHLY INFLUENTIAL

A.Jann and V.Zwatz-meise

C. Csekits
  • 2000
VIEW 3 EXCERPTS
HIGHLY INFLUENTIAL

Recent Developments at the Hungarian Meteorological Service: HAWK-2, 15 Meeting of European Group on Operational Workstation Systems, DWD

S Kertész, M. Vörös, M. Rajnai, L. Szabó
  • 2004

MAGICS next generation

S. Lamy-Thépeaut
  • 2003

Meteorological visualization applications at NIMH Romania, 9 Workshop on Meteorological Operational Systems, ECMWF

E. Cordoneanu
  • 2003
VIEW 1 EXCERPT

Metview developments, 9 Workshop on Meteorological Operational Systems, ECMWF

V. Karhila
  • 2003

Recent developments of visualisation at FMI, 9 Workshop on

J. Kilpinen
  • A.Sarkanen,
  • 2003

A.Jann, A.Wirth and V.Zwatz-meise, 2001: Nowcasting Modules at the Austrian Meteorological Service - powerful tools for forecasters, Proceedings to the 12th EGOWS

C. Csekits
  • 2001

XCHARTS: An application for displaying meteorological fields and its use with Linux, 7 Workshop on Meteorological Operational Systems, ECMWF

J. Hamilton
  • 1999

Similar Papers

Loading similar papers…