Het SIF sub-project
Returns geographical location for custom defined places using a small database. Has the same API as the GeoNames API
This subproject contains management information and is for KNMI use 0nly.
- Eumetnet WgINS
The EUMETNET Council accepted at its 26th meeting in October 2005 the creation of the Working Group on Instrumentation (WG-INS) with the objective to exchange information on test reports, test results, future national test campaigns, tender procedures and requests for extra information....
This project page contains the http://climate4impact.eu technical information and software repositories.
- KNMI DataLab
The KNMI DataLab facilitates data-driven innovations required by collaborative projects of public and private parties. The DataLab has a pool of experts that can provide assistance in performing data science activities which comprises both Big data analytics and Big data engineering activities. In addition, a knowledge base system can be consulted and include all results of performed DataLab experiments. A highly scalable infrastructure is avaialble for storing and processing data, and includes comprehensive tooling. The DataLab uses a Open Knowledge policy....
- GMS 2.0
Fluoressence retrieval for inclusion into the FRESCO processor.
- Cloudnet Processing Chain
The Cloudnet Processing Chain is a package developed by the University of Reading for processing ground based Remote Sensing observations for retrieving atmospheric properties and model evaluation.
WOW allows anyone to submit their own weather data, anywhere in the world.
This project page is dedicated to (new) features tracking. Involved: the Met Office, KNMI, DOTNet (WOW-UK developer) and Label-A (WOW-NL developer)
The 4D-variational data-assimilation built upon TM5-MP.
This is the portal for the TM5-zoom model, i.e. the original TM5 model. For TM5-MP, where chemistry is further developed, go to the TM5-MP portal.
The TM5-zoom model simulates transport & chemistry of atmospheric tracer(s). Zooming consists in 2-way nested regions. 4D-variational data-assimilation built upon TM5-zoom is possible. It is based on the adjoint of the transport code (including zoom), and is hosted elsewhere (see the homepage for further details)....
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