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Resource Basic Information
  Resource Id: urn:geoss:csr:resource:urn:uuid:c90c605f-b65d-477a-af2c-a62ba152b823
  Name: WMO Information System
  Abbreviation: WIS
  Description: The WMO Information System (WIS) will be a coordinated, distributed, global infrastructure for the collection and sharing of observations, data and information for all WMO and related international programs. Building on the WMO Global Telecommunications System (GTS) including the Main Traffic Network (MTN), satellite-based data-distribution systems and the internet, and supporting different user groups and access policies, WIS will provide for: routine collection and automated dissemination of observed data and products; timely delivery of data and products, including ad-hoc requests; and, interoperability among diverse data management systems and datasets. A key component of WIS is the Integrated Global Data Dissemination Service (IGDDS), which itself utilises other components of WIS including the GTS, satellite communications and the internet for the exchange of space-based observation data and products. Keywords: weather, climate, water, hydrology, marine, metadata, atmosphere, mete
  GEO Member or Participating Organisation :
WMO : World Meteorological Organization
  Responsible Organisation: Information Systems and Services Division, World Weather Watch Department, WMO
  Resource Information URL: http://wis.wmo.int/
  Resource Interface URL:
Resource Contact Information
  Contact Name: Timo Proescholdt
  Contact Email: tproescholdt@wmo.int
Resource Category
  websitesDocuments
Societal Benefit Areas
  Agriculture
  Climate
  Disasters
  Ecosystems
  Water
  Weather
Resource Status
  continuousOperation
GEOSS Data Core
  No GEOSS Data Core Indicator selected
Ontology Reference
  No Ontology Information Available
Standard Classification
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Standard Supportive
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Last Update Date
  2009-05-02
Date Modified
  2009-05-02