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Monsoon Onset Monitoring
Building on the success and experience from the past ten-year’s development, we are developing the second phase science and implementation plan, with a particular focus on South China Sea monsoon and its linkage with other monsoon components, such as South Asian monsoon, Australian monsoon, East African monsoon and Western North Pacific monsoon.
WESTPAC welcomes scientists and resource managers interested in and committed to advancing knowledge on monsoon onset, variability, social and ecosystem impacts, to join MOMSEI project.
The following are examples of how to cite articles on this website:
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WESTPAC. Monsoon onset monitoring: What is it?. IOC Sub-Commission for the Western Pacific website, https://ioc-westpac.org/momsei/, 27/09/22.
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WESTPAC. Monsoon onset monitoring: What is it?. IOC Sub-Commission for the Western Pacific website, https://ioc-westpac.org/momsei/, accessed on 27/09/22.
The SEAGOOS program works to establish several pilot ocean forecasting systems for selected subdomains including the Andaman Sea (Thai’s waters) and the Malaysian East Peninsula Continental Shelf, for high resolution development.