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OID: 2.49.0.0.364.0 WMO Member: Iran, Islamic Republic of ISO 3166: IR IRN 364

Issuing Organization: Islamic Republic of Iran Meteorological Organization

Hazard Categories: Geo Met Fire Health Env CBRNE

Authorization Basis: I. R. of Iran Meteorological Organization (IRIMO) was established in 1955 as ""National Head Office for Meteorology"", associated with the Ministry of Transportation. Later on, this Head Office, becoming an independent organization, was affiliated with the Ministry of War. In 1959, Iran Head Office for Meteorology became the one hundred and thirtieth member of the World Meteorological Organization. After the Islamic Revolution in 1979, this organization became affiliated with the Ministry of Transportation, again. The activities of IRIMO intend to secure the lives and properties especially in the fields of agriculture, aviation, hydrology, marine meteorology, and climate. In this sense, this organization is responsible for provision and issuing of warnings in all weather related fields.

CAP Feed URL(s): [ blank ]

Forecasts URL: http://www.worldweather.org/114/m114.htm

Alerting Area (NWSE): 40 44 25 63

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Hazard Categories
Geo: Geophysical (earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunami, etc., includes landslide)
Met: Meteorological (weather, storms, etc. includes flood)
Safety: General emergency and public safety
Security: Law enforcement, military, homeland and local/private security
Rescue: Rescue and recovery
Fire: Fire suppression and rescue
Health: Medical and public health
Env: Pollution and other environmental
Transport: Public and private transportation
Infra: Utility, telecommunication, other non-transport infrastructure
CBRNE: Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear or High-Yield Explosive threat or attack
Other: Other events


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