SCIENTIFIC TRAINING ON CLIMATE
MODELLING, FROM 29TH
JUNE TO 3RD JULY 2015, DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA.
Dr. Agnes Kijazi, director general of Tanzania Meteorological Agency, on a group photo with workshop participants during official opening of the scientific training on climate modelling, 29th June to 3rd July 2015, Dar es salaam, Tanzania. Front line from her right David Hein from UK-Met Office, Dr. Pascal Waniha Acting Director of Technical Services and from her left is Dr. Ladislaus Chang’a TMA Director Research an d Applied.
Dr. Agnes Kijazi, Director General of Tanzania Meteorological Agency and guest of honor presenting her speech during an official opening of the scientific training on climate modelling, 29th June to 3rd July 2015, Dar es salaam, Tanzania.
Training facilitator from UK Met Office David Hein giving presentation during the scientific training on climate modeling.
Some of the PRECIS trainees from Malawi and Tanzania on the scientific training in climate modeling.
Tanzania Meteorological Agency (TMA) in collaboration with the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) have conducted the training workshop on Climate Modelling in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania from 29th June to 03rd July 2015
The training is held under the umbrella of the on-going Global Framework for Climate Services (GFCS) Pilot project in Tanzania and Malawi. Participants of the workshop (TMA and Malawi Meteorological Department) are expected to learn downscaling techniques using PRECIS (Providing Regional Climates for Impact Studies) model. Thanks for the support from UK-Met office on facilitation of this workshop.
PRECIS is a system for generating high-resolution scenarios of future climate in a region.
Dr. Kijazi said the training is an opportunity to improve the understanding of TMA staff on the science of climate modeling as well as to develop their capacity to analyze data from climate models for climate change impacts assessments.
Issued by: Monica Mutoni, Communication Officer, TMA.