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The strategy of NRT solution will be realized according to standards used for global IGS and regional EPN permanent GNSS networks and NRT solution strategy created in the frame of COST Action 716 (European Cooperation in the field of Scientific Technical Research--exploitation of ground-based GPS for climate and numerical weather prediction applications, 1998-2004), TOUGH (Targeting Optimal Use of GPS Humidity Data in Meteorology,, 2003-2006) and E-GVAP (The EUMETNET GPS Water Vapour Programme,, 2004-2008) projects (Dousa, 2004, 2010).
The zenith troposphere delays estimated at GOP in near real-time contribute to the EUMETNET GPS Water Vapour Programme and they are distributed to meteorological agencies worldwide.
AFFILIATIONS: Saltikoff--Finnish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki, Finland, and EUMETNET, Brussels, Belgium; Kurri--Finnish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki, Finland; Leijnse--Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute, De Bilt, Netherlands; Barbosa--Portuguese Institute for Sea and Atmosphere, Lisbon, Portugal; Stiansen--Norwegian Meteorological Institute, Oslo, Norway
Nonadaptive aircraft measurements over the Pacific Rim and part of India deployed through the European Meteorological Network (EUMETNET)-Aircraft Meteorological Data Relay (AMDAR) program enhanced the observational coverage.
The operational service for Surface Marine Observations (E-SURFMAR) of the Economic Interest Group (EIG) of the European Meteorological Network (EUMETNET) also provides an important contribution to the SVPB drifter array, mainly in the North Atlantic Ocean.
The Atlantic Observing-System Research and Predictability Experiment (THORPEX) Regional Campaign (A-TReC) in 2003, sponsored by the European Meteorological Network (EUMETNET) Composite Observing System (EUCOS), was the first extratropical field campaign over the northern Atlantic Ocean to employ targeted observations since FASTEX.
The feedback can be sent either directly or via WMO (or via EUMETNET for European reports) and can relate to either coding or availability.
The organization of European National Meteorological Services (EUMETNET) has also recommended to its members that they include a minimum number of detectable signals in their regular transmission schedule.
In Europe three NMHSs (France, Germany, and the United Kingdom) maintain global and regional numerical weather prediction (NWP) facilities while more than 25 smaller NMHSs only run high-resolution regional systems; all cooperate operationally via the European Meteorological Network (EUMETNET;
7) is currently run under the auspices of EUMETNET, with more than 25 instruments (June 2015).