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Observing the ocean: a changing paradigm. A future vision of operational oceanography
Baker, D.J., Jr.; Minster, J.F. (2004). Observing the ocean: a changing paradigm. A future vision of operational oceanography, in: Proceedings of the International Seminar to Celebrate the Brussels Maritime Conference of 1853: An Historical Perspective of Operational Marine Meteorology and Oceanography Under the High Patronage of HM King Albert II of Belgium, Residence Palace, Brussels, Belgium, 17-18 November 2003 [CD-ROM]. JCOMM Technical Report, 27: pp. 1-5 + 17 slides
In: (2004). Proceedings of the International Seminar to Celebrate the Brussels Maritime Conference of 1853: An Historical Perspective of Operational Marine Meteorology and Oceanography Under the High Patronage of HM King Albert II of Belgium, Residence Palace, Brussels, Belgium, 17-18 November 2003 [CD-ROM]. JCOMM Technical Report, 27. IOC Technical Commission for Oceanography and Marine Meteorology/Joint WMO[s.l.]. 1 cd-rom pp., more
In: JCOMM Technical Report. World Meteorological Organisation: Geneva, more

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  • Baker, D.J., Jr.; Minster, J.F. (2004). Observing the ocean: a changing paradigm. A future vision of operational oceanography. JCOMM Technical Report 27: 1-5 + 17 slides, more

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  • Baker, D.J., Jr.
  • Minster, J.F.

Abstract
    The ocean community is poised on the brink of having a global operational observing system with a strong coastal component, and many of the elements are in place. With continued emphasis on pre-operational data assimilation studies, regional alliances and national programs that build constituencies, and close cooperation with WMO through JCOMM, the ocean community will be able to learn from the 150-year history of operational meteorology to establish a fully operational ocean observing system.

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