NOAA has announced plans to share data from the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Atmospheric Energy Data Network (AEDN) with the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and other climate agencies to help improve forecasts of the impacts of climate change.AEDM data is the data collected by weather stations in the United States that transmit atmospheric signals from their locations to the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Commission (NOAA), which then feeds it to NOAA’s weather stations.
This data is used to create an index of climate and atmospheric conditions that is used by scientists around the world to forecast weather patterns.
The index is the basis of climate models used to make predictions of future climate.
The World Meteorology Organization (WPMO) is an independent global organization that develops and disseminates information on meteorological, climate and environmental topics.
The agency, along with its member countries, also monitors the progress of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
This is the latest in a series of announcements by the White House to collaborate with NOAA and WMO to share the data and to improve forecasts.
In the past, the White Houses of the two agencies have collaborated on climate research, but the Obama administration has focused on helping NOAA and other organizations prepare for the impact of climate warming on the environment.
The two agencies will work together on the first of three datasets the two will share.
The datasets will be called “Weather and Climate Observations from the AEDN” and “Climate and Atmospheric Observations.”
The White House is calling on the agencies to share their data and research, and to work together to improve the forecasts of climate impacts on the U:Climate, or human-induced climate change, and the potential for weather-related disasters and related impacts.
The two agencies are also partnering on “Energy and Climate Information from the National Weather Service (NWS) and Weather Prediction Center (WPC).”
The White Houses announcement comes as the National Climate Assessment (NCA) is due to be released later this month.
The final report will be published in March.
In an interview with The Associated Press, NOAA Chief Information Officer Michael G. Pritzker said the two White Houses would work together “in a way that we have never done before.”
“We’ve worked with our partners in the past in ways that we’ve never done,” he said.
“We’re going to work as hard as we can with the partners we have to improve their understanding of the data.”
The announcement follows a March press conference hosted by the Obama White House where President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and others talked about the future of climate data.
NOAA and the two other partners will work to improve climate data from all sources and to help the government forecast and prepare for weather and climate impacts.
“The WhiteHouse has a responsibility to make sure that every dollar spent by the federal government on climate and energy information is spent in a way where it is a benefit to all Americans,” Pritzke said.
“We’re here to make that happen.
We want to improve people’s understanding of climate science, and we want to make it more accessible to them,” he added.