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Technical deep dive on hydromet services for early warning: summary report

Source(s):  Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the (GFDRR)
World Bank Disaster Risk Management Hub
World Bank, the (WB)

This report shares key takeaways and proceedings of a technical deep dive on hydromet services for early warning held on September 12–15, 2016, in Tokyo, which brought together more than 40 officials from 11 developing countries, along with World Bank project teams and key experts from Japan and Australia.

The event allowed developing country clients to learn from Japan’s approach to hydrological and meteorological (hydromet) hazards, specifically its ability to translate modern and sustainable weather, climate, and hydrological services into national hazard and climate risk management strategies. The TDD focused on finding solutions to key concerns identified by participant countries and aimed to inform countries’ investments by bringing together experts and practitioners from hydrological, meteorological, and disaster risk management (DRM) agencies.



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  • Technical deep dive on hydromet services for early warning: summary report
  • Publication date 2017
  • Author(s) Nwman, James; Siercke, Guillermo A.; Jain, Vibhu
  • Number of pages 34 p.

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