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2020年8月14日 2:17:51

简介
专业评核试/技术评核试
学会持续专业发展项目
其他持续专业发展项目
 
编号 : 2017055
项目名 : Application of GPS for Hong Kong Weather Forecasting and Crustal Movement Monitoring
学会持续专业发展编号 : Formal Events
讲师 : Mr. WOO Wang-chun has worked as a Scientific Officer in various positions in the Hong Kong Observatory, including weather forecast, broadcast meteorology, geophysical science, time services, and currently on forecast development with an emphasis on precipitation now casting

Mr. HUI Tai-wai, David, Scientific Officer of the Hong Kong Observatory. He joined the department some 20 years ago and has been working in various fields including weather forecasting, climate modelling, hydrometeorology, broadcast meteorology and recently the geophysical science and time services.
日期 : 28/04/2017
时间 : 7:00 - 8:30 pm
持续进修小时 : 1.5
有关组别之资格预审前研习小时 : 1.5
地点 : 香港上环干诺道中111号永安中心12楼 1207室测量师研習中心
部门 : 土地测量组
截止日期 : 14/04/2017
费用 : HK$120 for members; HK$150 for non-members (HK$30 walk-in surcharge on all prices listed)
名额 : LSD members; First-come-first-served
语言 : Cantonese supplemented by English
详情 :

GPS signals experience propagation delays in the ionosphere and troposphere, partially resulting from the existence of water vapour. Through analysing the delays, the content of water vapour known as Precipitable Water Vapour (PWV) in the atmosphere could be derived for weather forecast. The Hong Kong Observatory (HKO) has been operating a system that collects GPS data from the ground stations in Hong Kong and Guangdong for monitoring the evolution of rainstorms in the region. The speaker, Mr. WOO Wang-chun, would like to share with us how the HKO makes use of such information for monitoring and forecasting the weather.

 

Apart from weather forecasting, HKO has also employed the GPS technology to monitor the crustal movement. Through continuous monitoring of the movement of GPS station at Tate's Cairn since 2006 and comparison of the measurement results among other locations in Hong Kong, it is found that this area has been steadily drifting east-southeastward at an average speed of about 3cm a year. The speaker, Mr. HUI Tai-wai, David, would like to share with us their approaches and result of the project.