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The book (COST Action Final report) summarises the proceedings from COST Action ES1206. COST Action ES1206, Advanced GNSS Tropospheric Products for Severe Weather Events and Climate (GNSS4SWEC), was a 4-year project, running from 2013 to 2017, which coordinated new and improved capabilities from concurrent developments in GNSS, meteorological and climate communities. For the first time, the synergy of multi-GNSS constellations was used to develop new, more advanced tropospheric products, exploiting the full potential of multi-GNSS on a wide range of temporal and spatial scales - from real-time products monitoring and forecasting severe weather, to the highest quality post-processed products suitable for climate research. The Action also promoted the use of meteorological data as an input to real-time GNSS positioning, navigation, and timing services and has stimulated knowledge and data transfer throughout Europe and beyond.
|Publication date:||17th September 2019|
|Publisher:||Springer Nature Switzerland AG|
|Categories:||Meteorology & climatology, Climate change,|
Jonathan Jones is a senior scientist at the Met Office, working in the Observations R&D Department since 2002. Jonathan's research interests relate to the derivation of tropospheric and ionospheric observations from GNSS signals, receiving his PhD in the field from the University of Nottingham in 2010. Jonathan has been involved in many European collaborative GNSS projects, recent roles include: Chair of COST Action ES1206 GNSS4SWEC (2013-2017), Chair of the EIG EUMETNET E-GVAP Processing and Standards Working Group and co-Chair of the GCOS Reference Upper Air Network (GRUAN) GNSS Precipitable Water Vapour Task Team. He is a member of many scientific ...More About Jonathan Jones