International Commission on Clouds and Precipitation (ICCP)
Commission internationale des nuages et des précipitations
4 Oct 1967, Lucerne (Switzerland), as a successor to 'Ad Hoc Committee on Cloud Physics', under the name International Commission on Cloud Physics and as a Commission of International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences (IAMAS). Also referred to as IAMAP International Commission on Clouds and Precipitation.
Stimulate scientific research throughout the world in the area of clouds and precipitation through organization of conferences, workshops and symposia; encourage transfer of scientific ideas to scientists worldwide and facilitate international collaboration.Available with paid subscription only.
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