Strengthening Multi-Hazard Early Warning Systems in Samoa
Photo: SPC team deploying a buoy in Apia Harbour Ocean observation buoys were deployed in Apia harbour to strengthen early warning capability of the Samoa Meteorological Services and technical agencies including the Disaster Management Office, Water…
Tonga looks to strengthen its impact-based forecasting capabilities
Photo: The staff of the Tonga Meteorological Services together with the expert team from SPC, NIWA and the GeoOcean-UC team during the photo session of this training at the Observatory Site, Tonga MET Office, Fua’amotu.
Celebrating a milestone for climate and ocean monitoring in the Pacific
This week saw the 175th session of the Ocean and Climate Outlook Forum (OCOF) take place as climate and ocean officers from Pacific National Meteorological Services gathered for what was a milestone meeting in the history of the Forum. Since its…
2021 Tide Prediction Calendars Released
This week, the 2021 tide prediction calendars for 23 locations across the Pacific have been released to 14 national meteorological and weather offices. These annual calendars are a popular product of the Australian-funded Climate and Oceans Support…
Wave movements under surveillance
This experimental device is located on the outer slope of the reef, south of Toombo Reef, near the Boulari Pass, south of the Lighthouse. The device consists of a yellow houlographic buoy 40 cm in diameter, as well as 2 orange floats.
Nadi Meteorological Services Staff Training on Oceans Science to Service Workshop
This workshop is developed with support from the Australian Climate and Ocean Support Program in the Pacific (COSPPac).
Stakeholder Engagement Ocean Science to Service Workshop
This workshop is developed with support from the Australian Climate and Ocean Support Program in the Pacific (COSPPac). This two-day workshop will focus on stakeholder engagement to solicit feedback on ocean information products to improve dissemination…