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24-hour probabilistic solar X-ray flare forecasts, issued hourly and 6 hourly [00, 06, 12 and 18UT]

The product contains probabilistic forecasts of X-ray solar flare activity expected to occur within a 24 hour period following the forecast issue time. The forecast probabilities pertain to the full visible solar disk and/or discrete active regions on the Sun. The probabilities relate to flaring at each of two magnitude levels: 1. M-class or greater flares (peak flux in 1-8 band exceeding 10-5 W/m2) [NOAA R-scale R-1 equivalent]; 2. X-class or greater flares (peak flux in 1-8 band exceed... more

ACCESS NWP APS0 Development Datasets

ACCESS NWP APS0 Development Datasets

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ACCESS-S1 APS2 realtime seasonal climate prediction dataset (6 week and 6 month forecasts, produced daily) ( data not externally available )

ACCESS-S1 is a collection of multi-week to seasonal forecast model output, using the ACCESS Prediction System for a variety of domains such as global and regional. The data collection represents the Bureau's daily operational model runs and output. ACCESS-S1's Atmosphere model uses the UK MetOffice atmospheric model GC2. Atmosphere, horizontal resolution: ACCESS-S1 has a 60km resolution in the mid-latitudes; (POAMA-2 had a 250km resolution). See diagrams at ( http://poama.bom.gov.au/inf... more

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AUSWAVE G3 Regional Ocean Wave Characteristics (3 hourly)

AUSWAVE-G3-R3 Regional Ocean wave characteristic model has a high spatial and temporal resolution than the AUSWAVE-G3 Global. Fields include: 10m Zonal Winds, 10m Meridional Winds, Sig. Height of wind waves and swell, Peak Wave Period, Peak Wave Direction, Sig. Height of wind waves, Sig. height of primary swell, Sig. height of primary swell, Sig. height of tertiary swell, Peak period of wind waves, Peak period of primary swell. waves, Peak period of secondary swell. waves, Peak period ter... more

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BARRA 12km resolution over Australia, New-Zealand and the maritime continent ( Bureau of Meteorology atmospheric high-resolution Regional Reanalysis for Australia) ( 1990 - Feb. 2019 )

The Bureau of Meteorology Atmospheric high-resolution Regional Reanalysis for Australia (BARRA) is a high-resolution multi-decadal atmospheric reanalysis. The reanalysis provides information about surface conditions (such as temperature, precipitation, wind speed and direction, humidity, evaporation and soil moisture), information at pressure and model levels, and information on solar radiation and cloud cover. The reanalysis suite is based on the Australian Community Climate Earth-System Sim... more

BARRA Product suite ( Bureau of Meteorology Atmospheric high-resolution Regional Reanalysis for Australia )

The Bureau of Meteorology high-resolution Regional Reanalysis for Australia (BARRA) is a high-resolution multi-decadal atmospheric reanalysis. The reanalysis provides information about surface conditions (such as temperature, precipitation, wind speed and direction, humidity, evaporation and soil moisture), information at pressure and model levels, and information on solar radiation and cloud cover. The reanalysis suite is based on the Australian Community Climate Earth-System Simulator (ACCE... more

Climate statistics - per site, Australasia (1834 onwards) : temperature, rainfall, wind, evaporation, sunshine, humidity, cloud and pressure

For each station, an extended list of climate statistics is provided. Data includes various statitics related to air temperature , dew-point temperature , wet-bulb temperature , ground temperature , rainfall , wind , sunshine hours , solar exposure , cloud cover , evaporation and relative humidity. Data timespans vary depending on each site's commencement, and when that data parameter was first collected at the site. Data covers all years that a site has been measuring that data paramete... more

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Daily weather observations - per site, Australasia (2003 onwards) : temperature, rainfall, wind, evaporation, sunshine, humidity, cloud and pressure

Daily Weather Observations provides observations, for approximately 840 locations, of a number of weather elements each day for a month. Included are daily minimum and maximum temperature, rainfall, strongest wind gust, evaporation, and sunshine, together with values at 9am and 3pm of temperature, humidity, wind, cloud and pressure. Not all stations in the Bureau of Meteorology's network observe all these elements. Therefore, where appropriate, observations from a number of contiguous station... more

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Global Australian Multi-Sensor SST Analysis ( GAMSSA )

A real-time Global Australian Multi-Sensor Sea surface temperature Analysis (GAMSSA) system has been developed at the Australian Bureau of Meteorology as part of the BLUElink-II> project. The operational, RAMSSA 1/12 resolution, regional SST analysis system (Beggs, 2007) has been modified to produce 1/4 resolution, daily global SST analyses (Beggs, 2008). The GAMSSA v1.0 system blends NAVOCEANO?sGAC 9.9 km x 4.4 km resolution AVHRR L2P SST1m data (NOAA-17, NOAA-18 and METOPA), European S... more

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Global Skin SST Analysis ( GAMSSA_skin)

An experimental global, 3-hourly, 1/4 resolution, skin SST analysis (?GAMSSA_skin?) have been developed at the Bureau of Meteorology as part of the BLUElink-II Project. The skin analysis is formed by adding a simple, empirically based estimate of DSST at that time to the daily RAMSSA SSTfnd or GAMSSA SSTfnd analysis. That is, RAMSSA_skin SSTskin = RAMSSA SSTfnd + DSST ? 0.2C and GAMSSA_skin SSTskin = GAMSSA SSTfnd + DSST ? 0.2C, where DSST = SSTsubskin ? SSTfnd, calculated from a simple a... more

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High Seas Forecast Areas

For shipping, the Bureau of Meteorology issues regular forecasts and warnings for High Seas Forecast Areas. These forecast areas represent sub-divisions of Australia's responsibility for providing Maritime Safety Information (MSI) for METAREA X, as part of the IMO/WMO Worldwide Met-Ocean Information and Warning Service (WWMIWS). This dataset shows the delineation of these boundaries.

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Mean Sea Level Pressure

The mean sea level pressure (MSLP) isobars show lines of equal atmospheric pressure (hPa) that have been generated from the numerical prediction model, APS2 Australian Community Climate Earth-System Simulator (ACCESS) for greater Australia. The model incorporates equations that represent the motion of the atmosphere and its associated physics. The model is run four times a day at 0UTC, 06UTC, 12UTC and 18UTC and produces hourly forecasts from 0 hours (base time) to 72 hours. The isobars are d... more

Mean Sea Level Pressure :APS3 ACCESS-G

The mean sea level pressure (MSLP) isobars show lines of equal atmospheric pressure (hPa) that have been generated from the numerical prediction model, APS3 Australian Community Climate Earth-System Simulator (ACCESS-G) for greater Australia. The model incorporates equations that represent the motion of the atmosphere and its associated physics. The model is run four times a day at 0UTC, 06UTC, 12UTC and 18UTC and produces hourly forecasts from 0 hours (base time) to 84 hours. The isobars are... more