GFCS

AcronymDefinition
GFCSGlobal Framework for Climate Services (World Meteorological Organization)
GFCSGrapevine Faith Christian School (Grapevine, TX)
GFCSGreenstone Farm Credit Services (Bay County, Michigan)
GFCSGrace Fellowship Christian School
GFCSGunfire-Control System
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The GFCS recognises that many countries, including SIDS, lack the policy, planning, and institutional frameworks necessary to enable them to take advantage of the opportunity presented by the development and integration of climate services into national and sectoral planning and practice (WMO 2011).
Then, according to the difference of the time domain resistance curve for various molecules, the GFCS was endued with selectivity after PCA and BPNN.
(3) A region proposal filtering method of a geometric feature constraint (GFC) based on the geometric features of aircraft is proposed.
The GFCS also urged GCC states to free media from the control of the state and to offer the people the right to free assembly and gatherings, the report added.
The meeting in Geneva will review progress in the rollout of the Global Framework for Climate Services (GFCS), which is spearheaded by WMO in partnership with other United Nations and international agencies and driven by action at national level.
YOPP is a key element of PPP and provides an extended period of coordinated intensive observational and modeling activities in order to improve prediction capabilities for the Arctic, the Antarctic, and beyond on a wide range of time scales from hours to seasons, supporting improved weather and climate services, including the Global Framework for Climate Services (GFCS).
Better drought management is one of the priorities of the Global Framework for Climate Services (GFCS) now being implemented by governments with support from the United Nations.
This is central for the objectives of the Global Framework for Climate Services (GFCS; http://gfcs.wmo.int/) established during the 2009 World Climate Conference, which was conceived to promote the sharing of science-based knowledge with decision-makers and for prioritizing sectors such as risk reduction, water, human health, and food security.