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Meteofrance international, servei meteorològic de catalunya and meteosim, together helping to modernize inamet, the national meteorological service of angola, in modelling capabilities

In a previous Post, we talked about how specialized private companies are helping to modernize national meteorological services in developing countries

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Climate change local impacts in the mining sector

The effects of climate change and the corresponding local impacts that generates are every day more evident, frequent and detectable in multiple economic sectors. The mining sector, as well as the subsidiary related business activities, [...]
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The snowfall of the century

The footprint of ‘Filomena’ that Hortense erased.

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Forecast weather alerts for insurance companies

Are weather extreme events increasing in frequency and intensity? Can we attribute these extreme weather events to climate change?

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Blasting planning tools

Controlled detonations or “blasts” represent a key and recurrent activity during the performance of certain relevant economic activities, mainly in the mining, mining, construction and building demolition industries.

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Will artificial intelligence replace the conventional weather forecasting system?

The 76th anniversary of the landing of Normandy was celebrated some days ago, a relevant historical event for the end of the Second World War and when meteorology played a crucial role. The landing took place exactly on June 6, 1944 due to the prior weather forecasts successfully conducted.

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Model output data integration using a Web Map Server

Maps are one of the basic products that can be created from numerical model output data. Whether numerical weather prediction models, air quality photochemical models, air dispersion models, wave models or any other, it is useful to show in a map different fields like the air temperature, wind speed and direction, pollutants concentration, significant wave height or any other variable obtained from the model.

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Chemical risk management

The most severe industrial accidents are those involving dangerous chemicals, as they represent a significant threat to health and the environment. Furthermore, such accidents cause huge economic losses and disrupt sustainable growth.

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