is capable of integrating and synthesizing data from diverse sources and is willing to accept the charge to do so, rather than a diverse set of services for different elements of the earth system. The climate service should be inherently integrative and synthetic, capable of bringing together diverse data sets and advancing the ability to understand and predict climate variability and change. It should produce products and achieve the benefits of access to global data and global participation.
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