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continuing education Fundamentals of Dispersion Modeling. Trinity Con- uled to occur on 19 October 1997. The conference sultants Incorporated of Dallas, Texas, is conducting and the workshop will be held at the Silver Legacy specialized training in dispersion modeling through Hotel in Reno, Nevada. The workshop will feature 1997. This two-day course provides the scientific and half-day sessions on extreme value methods and ap- mathematical foundation for estimating the dispersion plications. The workshop format will be flexible and of air pollutants from industrial emissions sources. interactive, allowing ample time for questions and dis- The discussion includes regulatory requirements for cussion. Further details will be forthcoming in sub- modeling, how to design a modeling study, account- sequent issues of the Bulletin. Lecture notes will be ing for building wake effects and terrain elevations, provided to attendees. For further information on the U.S. EPA modeling guidelines, and accidental release workshop, contact Timothy Brown, Desert Research modeling. Training sessions will convene 15-16 July Institute, P.O. Box 60220, Reno, NV 80506-0220; in New Orleans, Louisiana; 11-12 August in Port- telephone: 702-677-3341; fax: 702-677-3243; e-mail: land, Oregon; 15-16 September in Chicago, Illinois; tbwrcc@sage.dri.edu. For information on hotel ac- 6- 7 October in Baltimore, Maryland; 3-4 Novem- http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Publisher
American Meteorological Society
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-78.6.1222
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Abstract

Fundamentals of Dispersion Modeling. Trinity Con- uled to occur on 19 October 1997. The conference sultants Incorporated of Dallas, Texas, is conducting and the workshop will be held at the Silver Legacy specialized training in dispersion modeling through Hotel in Reno, Nevada. The workshop will feature 1997. This two-day course provides the scientific and half-day sessions on extreme value methods and ap- mathematical foundation for estimating the dispersion plications. The workshop format will be flexible and of air pollutants from industrial emissions sources. interactive, allowing ample time for questions and dis- The discussion includes regulatory requirements for cussion. Further details will be forthcoming in sub- modeling, how to design a modeling study, account- sequent issues of the Bulletin. Lecture notes will be ing for building wake effects and terrain elevations, provided to attendees. For further information on the U.S. EPA modeling guidelines, and accidental release workshop, contact Timothy Brown, Desert Research modeling. Training sessions will convene 15-16 July Institute, P.O. Box 60220, Reno, NV 80506-0220; in New Orleans, Louisiana; 11-12 August in Port- telephone: 702-677-3341; fax: 702-677-3243; e-mail: land, Oregon; 15-16 September in Chicago, Illinois; tbwrcc@sage.dri.edu. For information on hotel ac- 6- 7 October in Baltimore, Maryland; 3-4 Novem-

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Jun 1, 1997

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