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21 March 2023
2023 World Meteorological Day

Rapid scientific and technological advances have greatly improved the accuracy of weather forecasts and life-saving early warnings. Our weather, climate, and water cycle will be different in the future, since weather, climate, and hydrological services will help us tackle the associated challenges and seize the opportunities. The theme for the 2023 World Meteorological Day is “The Future of Weather, Climate, and Water across Generations”. Please find more theme-related journals and contents as follows.

Location: Baoxing, Sichuan, China

Photo by Qian Xue, Southwest Jiaotong University

Location: Sanjiangyuan, China

Photo by Bo yu, Nankai Univeristy

Photo by Paulina Mielcarek-Bocheńska, Institute of Technology and Life Sciences

To access more content about MDPI International Day Campaign Series activities, please click here.

Special Issue: GNSS in Meteorology and Climatology

Special Issue: Extreme Weather Detection, Attribution and Adaptation Design

Special Issue: Non-stationarity (Seasonality and Trends) in Time Series of Meteorological Extreme Events

Special Issue: Early Career Scientists' (ECS) Contributions to Meteorology (2023)

MDPI World Meteorological Day Webinar 2023

23 Mar 2023, 17:00 (CET)

Free to register for the two sessions.

Recordings will be available on Sciforum shortly afterward.

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