5-Day Rainfall in and around Metro Manila (as of 7 am, June 12, 2018)

Instrumentation & Technology Development

by Genie Lorenzo Rain due to the enhanced habagat totaled ~150-200 mm the past 5 days in weather stations in and around Metro Manila. The greatest observed total rainfall (206.4 mm as of 7 am, June 12, 2018) was observed in Manila Observatory, Quezon City. More than 50% of the total 5-day rain fell on...

by Genie Lorenzo Rain due to the enhanced habagat totaled ~150-200 mm the past 5 days in weather stations in and around Metro Manila. The greatest observed total rainfall...

Science Corner [September 2018]

Interdisciplinary Research

The Manila Observatory recognizes the value of transdisciplinary science and research with the Coastal Cities at Risk: Investing in Disaster Resilience (CCaR2) project together with the Ateneo de Manila University. CCaR1 was a true testament on how transdisciplinary initiatives can work, with active engagement not only between scientists from the Physical and social and economic...

The Manila Observatory recognizes the value of transdisciplinary science and research with the Coastal Cities at Risk: Investing in Disaster Resilience (CCaR2) project together with the Ateneo de Manila...

University of Arizona Scientists visit Manila Observatory

Air Quality Dynamics, Instrumentation & Technology Development

INSTRUMENT SET-UP– Dr. Armin Sorooshian and three of his PhD students, Alexis McDonald, Connor Stahl, and Rachel Braun, from the University of Arizona visited the Manila Observatory last 17 July-01 August ahead of the implementation of the Cloud, Aerosols and Monsoon Processes Philippines Experiment (CAMP2Ex) in 2019. Dr. Sorooshian’s visit marked the beginning of CHECSM (CAMP2Ex...

INSTRUMENT SET-UP– Dr. Armin Sorooshian and three of his PhD students, Alexis McDonald, Connor Stahl, and Rachel Braun, from the University of Arizona visited the Manila Observatory last 17 July-01...

Public Lecture on Tropical Cyclone Forecasting

Regional Climate Systems

The Manila Observatory invites everyone to a public lecture on Challenges of Operational Tropical Cyclone Forecasting with Mr. Ed Fukada, Chief Forecaster of CAMP2Ex and Former Technical Adviser of the Joint Typhoon Warning Center. 10AM-12NN, 13 September 2018 Heyden Hall, Manila Observatory Ateneo de Manila University Campus Seats are limited, RSVP here: https://goo.gl/forms/0QXwlpfNJHPGds3H2

The Manila Observatory invites everyone to a public lecture on Challenges of Operational Tropical Cyclone Forecasting with Mr. Ed Fukada, Chief Forecaster of CAMP2Ex and Former Technical Adviser of the Joint Typhoon...

NASA and the Manila Observatory establish partnership for CAMP2Ex

Interdisciplinary Research

In the pursuit of understanding how aerosols affect climate and weather, as well as agriculture, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) partnered with the Manila Observatory for the Cloud, Aerosol and Monsoon Processes Philippines Experiment (CAMP2Ex). CAMP2Ex is an airborne mission of NASA to characterize the role of aerosol particles in modulating the frequency...

In the pursuit of understanding how aerosols affect climate and weather, as well as agriculture, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) partnered with the Manila Observatory for the...