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Abstract Detailed weather observations on local and regional levels are essential to a range of needs from forecasting tornadoes to making decisions that affect energy security, public health and safety, transportation, agriculture and all of our economic interests. As technological capabilities have become increasingly affordable, businesses, state and local governments, and individual weather enthusiasts have set up observing systems throughout the United States. However, because there is no national network tying many of these systems together, data collection methods are inconsistent and public accessibility is limited. This book identifies short-term and long-term goals for federal government sponsors and other public and private partners in establishing a coordinated nationwide "network of networks" of weather and climate observations.
Author National Research Council,
DOI 10.17226/12540
ISBN 978-0-309-12986-2
Keywords Earth Sciences; Space and Aeronautics
Language English
Place Published Washington, DC
Publisher The National Academies Press
Title Observing Weather and Climate from the Ground Up: A Nationwide Network of Networks
Year 2009
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