Climate and Ocean Support Program for the Pacific (COSPPac)
The Bulletin delivers climate and ocean monitoring and prediction data relevant to the tropical southwest Pacific, including diagnostics of El Niño Southern Oscillation, the Madden–Julian Oscillation, ocean temperature, cloud and rainfall patterns; as well as tropical cyclone information and seasonal outlooks.
For hundreds of years Pacific communities have survived and prospered using weather and climate predictions based on the behaviour of plants and animals, temperature and rainfall, and astronomical indicators such as stars and the sun.
The Online Climate Outlook Forum (OCOF) provides a regular opportunity for Pacific Island Meteorological Services to discuss the status of the El Niño Southern Oscillation and to share their seasonal climate outlooks.
Republic of Korea-Pacific Islands Climate Prediction Services Project (ROK-PI CliPS)
CLIKP has been developed by the Republic of Korea-Pacific Islands Climate Prediction Services project and it is based on the established CLIK (CLimate Information toolKit) at APCC. CLIKP (or CLimate Information toolKit for the Pacific) is a regionally tailored online tool for Pacific National Meteorological Services.
Monthly multi-model emsemble (MME) forecasts based on dynamical models in CLIKP are generated routinely by the Republic of Korea-Pacific Islands Climate Prediction Services Project to support the tailoring of national climate forecasts in each country.