The Joint WMO-IOC Technical Commission for Oceanography and Marine Meteorology

Task Team on ASAP (TT-ASAP)

The Task Team shall (Terms of Reference as decided by SOT-8):

1. Coordinate the overall implementation of the ASAP, including recommending routes and monitoring the overall performance of the programme, both operationally and in respect of the quality of the ASAP system data processing;
2. As may be required by some members, arrange for and use funds and contributions in kind needed for the procurement, implementation and operation of ASAP systems and for the promotion and expansion of the programme;
3. Coordinate the exchange of technical information on relevant meteorological equipment and expendables, development, functionality, reliability and accuracy, and survey new developments in instrumentation technology and recommended practices;
4. Review all relevant JCOMM Publications to make sure they are kept up to date and comply with Quality Management terminology;
5. Prepare annually a report on the status of ASAP operations, data availability and data quality.

People in Task Team on ASAP (TT-ASAP)

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Rudolf KROCKAUER (leader)
E-ASAP Operational Service Manager
Chairperson Germany
Ship Observations Manager
Met Office
Member United Kingdom
The Association of Hydro-Meteorological Equipment Industry
Associated Member Switzerland
Martin KRAMP
Ship Coordinator
JCOMM in-situ Observations Programme Support Centre...
  JCOMM in-situ Observations Programme Support Centre (JCOMMOPS)
Hiroshi OHNO
Senior Scientific Officer
Japan Meteorological Agency, Tokyo
South African Weather Service
  South Africa

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