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8 8 The physical basis for S2S prediction is primarily rooted in the intrinsic predictability of large-scale circulation associated with the tropical intraseasonal oscillation (ISO) in the form of Monsoon Intraseasonal Oscillations (MISOs) and Madden-Julian Oscillation (MJO). The evolution of El-Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO), soil moisture, snow cover and sea ice, stratosphere-troposphere interactions, ocean conditions and tropical-extratropical teleconnections also influences the S2S predictability.
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10 10 The South Asia region experiences various hydro-meteorological hazards including cyclones, depressions, heavy rainfall, floods, droughts, heat and cold waves. The forecast and early warning on the S2S time scale is the key to the management of these hazards. The presence and influence of tropical ISOs play an important role in the S2S predictability over South Asia.
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12 +Over the region, the S2S prediction activities are led by various meteorological research organisations and operational centres. The research centres focus on developing competent S2S prediction systems and tools for applying this for societal benefit. Operational centres implement the prediction systems developed at research organisations and disseminate the forecasts to the end-users for societal applications.
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