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    Figures and description about annual climatic conditions of Japan and the world, and recent trends in greenhouse gas concentrations and ozone layer depletion The dataset is provided in document.

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    ---- The bulletin is coded as BUFR code form: FM 94 (BUFR, Binary universal form for the representation of meteorological data) . (Refer to WMO No.306 - Manual on Codes for the definition of WMO international codes) ( Refer to WMO No.386 - Manual on the GTS - Attachment II.5) ---- Correspondence with the C13 common BUFR/CREX code table: (000/020) or (Surface data ¿ land -- Climatological observations (CLIMAT)) data type / data sub-type. ---- The bulletin collects reports from stations: 08001 08002 08008 08011 08014 08015 08021 08023 08025 08027 08029 08042 08044 08045 08048 08053 08055 08075 08080 08084 08085 08130 08140 08141 08148 08160 08202 08210 08213 08215 08219 08221 08222 08223 08224 08226 08227 08231 08235 08261 08272 08280 08284 08285 08286 08330 08348 08359 08360 08383 08391 08397 08410 08417 08419 08420 08429 08430 08433 08449 08451 08452 08482 08487

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    Error maps for every One-month forecast for Z500, T850 and SLP over Northern Hemisphere and Stream Function, Velocity Potential, Precipitation, Surface air temperature, Sea surface temperature, Z500 and SLP over the globe. Deterministic scores for Z500 over Northern Hemisphere, CHI200, PSI200 and PSI850 over Tropics. Probabilistic scores of reliability diagrams and ROC curves. The dataset is provided in PNG.

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    The HGRRHG2R8aSe Data Designators decode as: HGR: Model (HadGEM3-RA, Regional Atmospheric Model) R: Area (East Asia Region) HG2: Lateral boundary data (HadGEM2-AO) R8: Run type (RCP8.5) a: Emsemble (EMS 1) Se: Frequency (season)

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    The HG2G000R2aDa Data Designators decode as: HG2: Model (HadGEM2-AO, Atmospheric-Ocean coupled Global Model) G: Area (Global) 000: Forcing data (no boundary forcing) R2: Run type(RCP2.6) a: Emsemble (EMS 1) Da : Frequency (day)

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    ---- The bulletin is coded as BUFR code form: FM 94 (BUFR, Binary universal form for the representation of meteorological data) . (Refer to WMO No.306 - Manual on Codes for the definition of WMO international codes) ( Refer to WMO No.386 - Manual on the GTS - Attachment II.5) ---- Correspondence with the C13 common BUFR/CREX code table: (000/020) or (Surface data ¿ land -- Climatological observations (CLIMAT)) data type / data sub-type. ---- The bulletin collects reports from stations: 60320 60338

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    Gridded data products of geopotential height, sea level pressure, temperature and sea surface temperature systematic error for Three-month and Warm and Cold season Forecast The dataset is provided in Binary(GrADS).

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    Downwelling Surface Longwave Radiation Flux (DSLF) is the result of atmospheric absorption, emission and scattering within the entire atmospheric column and may be defined as the thermal irradiance reaching the surface in the thermal infrared spectrum (4-100mm). In clear sky situations DSLF depends on the vertical profiles of temperature and gaseous absorbers (primarily the water-vapour followed by CO2, and others of smaller importance like O3, CH4, N2O and CFCs). DSLF is directly related to the greenhouse effect and its monitoring has an important role in climate change studies. Other applications include meteorology (land applications) and oceanography (air-sea-ice interaction studies). Two products are operationally available, the first is available every 30 minutes and the second is a composite daily product (See distribution for details).

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    The down-welling surface short-wave radiation flux (DSSF) refers to the radiative energy in the wavelength interval [0.3 microns, 4.0 microns] reaching the Earth's surface per time and surface unit. It essentially depends on the solar zenith angle, on cloud coverage, and to a lesser extent on atmospheric absorption and surface albedo. DSSF fields are crucial for a wide number of applications involving scientific domains like weather forecast, hydrology, climate, agriculture and environment-related studies. In numerical weather prediction and general circulation models of the atmosphere, satellite-derived DSSF estimates can either be used as a control variable or as a substitute to surface radiation measurement networks. Two products are operationally available, the first is available every 30 minutes and the second is a composite daily product (See distribution for details).

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    Total density of ozone in atmospheric column for each image segment, based on the SEVIRI 9.7 micron Ozone channel and other IR and WV channels. Applications and Users: Numerical Weather Prediction Centres, Ozone Monitoring Services and Research Institutes.