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Frame of Image d value‐added climate information products. APCC has accelerated efforts to better our service to the region. As one of the main services provided by APCC, the MME 3‐month prediction information has been productively applied by scientists in developing countries that are unable to produce their own prediction information. Furthermore, in order to better prepare for climate‐related hazards in a timely manner, APCC launched its 6‐month MME prediction service in September 2013. We also began to release forecasts of the Boreal Summer Intraseasonal Oscillation (BSISO), starting from July 2013, as the world’s first operational BSISO forecast service. Our researchers also achieved great success in publishing their papers in noted academic journals. Dr. Ok‐Yeon Kim, for example, published a paper in Climate Dynamics and her research was later selected as one of the Research Highlights by another distinguished journal, Nature Climate Change. The following research report provides more information about our research outcomes from 2013. We will continue to promote the best use of our research outcomes in various scientific and application areas. Our successes and achievements would not have been possible without the support of our valued partners. In this regard, I extend my thanks to you and I hope you enjoy this 2013 Research Report.
Chin‐Seung Chung Director, APEC Climate Center
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Title APCC research report
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Material Type Reports
Author(English)

APEC Climate Center

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Busan:APEC Climate Center

Date 2013-02
Series Title; No APCC Research Report / 2013-02
Pages 158
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Territorial Development < Environment
Holding APEC Climate Center; KDI School