EUCP

AcronymDefinition
EUCPEuropean Union Common Position
EUCPEmergency Urgent Change Package
EUCPEnd-User Content Policy
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The EUCP project will also undertake research to improve methods for characterizing uncertainty in climate predictions and projections, undertake regional downscaling, and evaluate the climate prediction system against observations.
EUCP will therefore provide essential methodologies for a future operational C3S service.
Coordinated European effort in EUCP through its 16 partners (listed in the acknowledgments) representing national meteorological services, research institutes, and climate service centers engaging closely with decision-makers, and wider engagement such as with C3S and many other activities and organizations, will draw on world-class expertise and more efficiently use resources than having multiple efforts, to create a groundbreaking set of climate products to support impact assessments and the developing landscape of European climate services.
EUCP will strive to provide climate information that will be consistent, authoritative, and actionable.
EUCP will seek to improve the methods for quantifying uncertainty in future climate outcomes.
Currently, there are several barriers to providing seamless forecasts across a range of time scales, and EUCP will address many of these, such as the strong initialization shocks, the need for corrections to match observed variability and increase forecast reliability in the nearer term, and the use of constraints to bound uncertainty in the longer term.
Given that there already exists a large number of highly useful climate simulations (as noted above), rather than undertake another large climate modeling exercise, EUCP will reuse and add value to the existing climate simulations where possible by developing and applying the methodologies introduced above to provide usable climate information.
In summary, EUCP will address the large differences in countries' capabilities when it comes to synthesizing climate prediction and projection information.
Communication is at the heart of the EUCP project, and we will have a number of channels for disseminating the findings to researcher and practitioner communities.
In the wake of the devastation caused by the tropical cyclone Haiyan that struck the Philippines and then Vietnam on 8, 9 and 10 November, several member states immediately sent emergency material assistance to the Philippines, with the EUCP coordinating these operations.
The letter of credit used by @GlobalTrade is issued in accordance with "eUCP" (see above).