Introduction

One of the purposes of WMO is to further the application of meteorology to aviation. Our mission, therefore, is to enable aeronautical meteorological service providers of WMO Members to provide high-quality, timely and cost-effective meteorological and climatological information and decision-support services to international civil aviation users worldwide.
 
This survey was prepared by a WMO Expert Network on Impacts of Climate Change and Variability on Aviation (EN-CCV). The intent of the survey is to clarify the interest and concerns of an array of aviation professionals to the climate change and variability[1] issue and to its impact on aviation operations now and into the future.
 
[1] Climate change refers to any change in climate over time, whether due to natural variability or as a result of human activity. Natural climate variability arises as a result of natural internal processes within the climate system or because of variations in natural external forcing such as solar activity.
 
The survey contains 10 multiple-choice questions. Responses to the survey will be handled anonymously. 
 
The outcomes of the survey will be used to help inform and potentially direct future scientific and technological developments within WMO Members, in particular their aeronautical meteorological service providers.
 
The closing date of the survey is 30 March 2020.
 
WMO thanks you for your time in completing this survey. 

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* 1. Indicate the affiliation that best represents your current role within the international civil aviation community:
[Indicate all that may apply]

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* 2. Indicate the geographic region (or regions) that best represents your current affiliation and/or operations:
[Indicate all that may apply]

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* 8. What is your evaluation on the degree of impact of future climate change and variability on aviation?

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* 9. Select at least 3 parameters whose change in climatic variability will be most important to your operations:

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* 10. What timescale(s) of climate change and variability that may affect aviation operations and development is (are) of most interest to you?

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