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Aviation, marine, ice and other weather services

Oct 12, 2017 ...Aviation, marine, ice and other weather services Aviation, marine and ice forecasts and warnings. Services and information Marine forecasts, alerts and observations Marine forecasts, watches and warnings for regions across Canada. Tides, currents and water levels High/low water predictions, hourly levels for over 700 stations. Marine text bulletins Marine

Weather, climate and hazards

Jul 26, 2019 ... images, animations. Aviation, marine, ice and other weather services Aviation, marine and ice forecasts and warnings. Climate change Canada’s action, climate future, partnerships, adaptation, health, science, emissions reporting. Natural hazards Find out about risks in your region and how to prepare for different situations. Air quality Health effects, research

Weather: Ice

Aug 16, 2019 ...Ice forecasts and observations Ice in navigable waters, daily forecasts, charts and graphs, ice science. Services and information Latest ice conditions Interactive map of ice conditions in Canada’s navigable waters. Ice products and publications Ice and iceberg bulletins, charts, images, maps, manual. Ice climatology Seasonal summaries, arctic ice atlas

NEB - Offshore Physical Environmental Guidelines

Aug 28, 2019 ... state observing procedure. Marine Weather and Sea State Reporting Marine weather and sea state reporting procedure. MEDS Marine Environmental Data Service Metadata Metadata or "data about data" describe the content, quality, condition, and other characteristics of data. METAR A character-based format for an hourly aviation weather observation. Also referred

NEB - Offshore Physical Environmental Guidelines 3.0 Program Description

Aug 28, 2019 ... 3.2.1 Parameters to be Observed 3.2.2 Oceanographic Parameters to be Observed 3.2.3 Ice Management Parameters to be Observed 3.3 Collection Specifications 3.4 Real-Time Meteorological, Oceanographic and Ice Reporting 3.4.1 Marine Weather Reporting 3.4.2 Aviation Reporting 3.4.3 Metadata Reporting 3.4.4 Oceanographic Data Reporting 3.4.5 Ice Reporting Procedures

NEB - Offshore Physical Environmental Guidelines 6.0 Training

Aug 28, 2019 .... Understanding of local weather and oceanographic features and patterns is highly desirable. Aviation meteorologists (if required by the operator), should have the specialized training in aircraft icing, turbulence, other hazardous phenomena, meteorological aspects of flight planning, definitions, procedures for meteorological services for international air navigation

NEB - Offshore Physical Environmental Guidelines 4.0 Forecasting

Aug 28, 2019 ... Forecasting 4.3 Ice and Iceberg Forecasting 4.0 Forecasting Two types of weather forecast services are normally required: site-specific marine forecast services for normal and emergency conditions related to drilling or production operations; and aviation weather forecast services for support flights. In addition, in areas subject to sea ice or iceberg incursion

NEB - Offshore Physical Environmental Guidelines 2.0 Applicable Regulations/Legislation

Aug 28, 2019 ... of existing programs should consult with the Regulator if a transition period regarding a specific amendment appears to be required. 2.1 Meteorology The following documents provide a basis for aviation weather, marine weather and sea state observing programs at an Installation: CAR 804.1(c) MANOBS - Manual of Surface Weather Observations [1]; MANMAR- Manual of Marine

Info Source 2019, Environment and Climate Change Canada: chapter 2

Oct 4, 2019 ... conditions Weather and environmental observations, forecasts and warnings Hydrological Services Internal Services Legend Classes of personal information General correspondence and enquiries Ministerial correspondence Manuals Taking action on clean growth and climate change Through engagement with other federal departments and agencies, provinces, territories

Meteorology (MT) Group: Job Evaluation Standard 1989

Sep 5, 2019 ... to illustrate the type of information used as a basis for the classification of positions. In Numeric Order IPD Number Title Classification Level Total Points Group and Level 1 Base Meteorological Officer, Canadian Forces Weather Office 5 232 MT-05 2 Chief, Forecasting, Computers and Communications Division 8 716 MT-08 3 Chief, Hydrometeorology and Marine Applications

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