AEMET

AcronymDefinition
AEMETAgencia Estatal de Meteorología (Spanish: State Meteorological Agency; est. 2006)
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The CTM used in AEMET is MOCAGE (Josse et al, 2004), a global model developed by Meteo-France.
Section 2 of this article contains a description of the MOCAGE configuration used in AEMET in the MACC projects, including information about the domain and the modifications carried out in the model to include information from the regional ensemble boundary conditions for several chemical species.
In Spain, MOCAGE is used for operational air quality forecasting in virtue of an agreement between Meteo-France and AEMET allowing it the usage of MOCAGE for research and official duties.
AEMET tambien incluye otras secciones de interes turistico.
Merece la pena comentar por su singularidad los apartados de Caminos y Ultravioleta, dado que Avisos, Maritima y Playas guardan gran semejanza con los presentados por AEMET y Meteocat.
Meteorological data were provided by AEMET (Spanish Meteorological Agency) from the meteorological station located in El Retiro (the urban park of location 2 at South of EA station) but outside of the numerical domain (Figure1).
Web-based Weather Visualization: A real-time, GIS-based weather visualization tool called StreamerRT will simultaneously monitor multiple weather layers, including the weather network, and provide alerts from AEMET, the national meteorological service of Spain, in real-time for rapid visualization of changing weather conditions.
3: Cleaning and landscaping of the Territorial Delegation of AEMET in the Canary Islands and cleaning of the Meteorological Center of Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
The AEMET Climatological Area has elaborated an Iberia daily precipitation database by means of statistical spatial interpolation of more than 4000 insitu measurements onto a regular grid.
The AEMET choses a 25 km regular grid because of the space scale suitable needed for risk analysis models and for climatic variability studies, including evaluation of climate change impacts in Spain.
The hydrometeorological year 2004-05 was the driest in Spain since the AEMET realizes these calculations (1947).
In this work, an analysis of the precipitation has been realized in the province of Toledo (Spain) taking as a base the information which the AEMET has.