International Meteorological Organization (IMO)
Organisation météorologique internationale (OMI)
1873, Vienna (Austria). Replaced by the intergovernmental organization, World Meteorological Organization (WMO), following signature of a convention on behalf of 42 States at 12th Conference of IMO Directors, 11 Oct 1947, Washington DC (USA). IMO, an international nongovernmental organization, continued to function on an interim basis, pending formal establishment of WMO, which took place on 4 Apr 1951, at 1st Congress; on this date, the activities, resources and obligations of IMO were transferred to WMO.Available with paid subscription only.
Instrumental in setting up IAHS International Commission on Snow and Ice (ICSI).
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