The forecast of Ash from the Popocatepetl volcano is generated with the FALL3D model.
Global forecast of ocean and atmosphere. The data come from the global models GFS and HYCOM.
This forecast has two components, the one that is done per station using the neural networks and the one based on the WRF-CHEM model, the maps.
Example template with modified Map Parameters.
This is the default template of OWGIS 2.0.
The OWGIS map viewer for Mexico city public transportation is available.
GoM-EFS MapViewer (Gulf of Mexico Earth Forecasting System Map Viewer), displays forecast variables for the Gulf of Mexico. GoM-EFS, is a two-way atmosphere-ocean coupled system that provides forecasts for the atmosphere and the ocean using the Weather Research and Forecasting Model (WRF) and the Regional Ocean Modeling System (ROMS). The map viewer can be seen here.
OWGIS is currently used as the interactive visualization map of the Digital Climatic Atlas of Mexico (Zavala-Hidalgo et al., 2010), which has been available since 2009 and provides access to more than 2,000 layers of oceanic climate, climate change scenarios, bioclimatic parameters, and socioeconomic indicators, among other variables. You can access the Digital Climatic Atlas of Mexico map viewer here.
The Deep-C MapViewer, displays temperature, salinity, sea surface elevation, and ocean currents of the Gulf of Mexico. The oceanographic variables are generated daily, using outputs from the HYbrid Coordinate Ocean Model (HYCOM) ocean prediction system (Chassignet et al., 2009). You can access the WebGIS site here.
This website uses the last version of OWGIS to display data from the ocean model HYCOM. It displays currents, temperature, salinity, and sea surface height of the whole globe. You can access the WebGIS site here.