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continuing education COMET/PAGE Hydrometeorology Course for courses that presently include (or wish to include in University Faculty, 12-1 6 June 2000 , Boulder, the future) some component of hydrometeorology. Colorado Enrollment is limited to 18 participants. Upon comple- The science of hydrology and meteorology are tion of the course, participants will be encouraged to closely linked in the rainfall and runoff processes. This engage in a follow-up project to develop hydrometeo- link can be quite complex, but understanding the in- rology instructional materials for their own courses terrelationships is crucial to understanding flooding, that they can share with other faculty. especially flash flooding. Tremendous advances in the Course organizers include Ken Crawford, Univer- observation and modeling of the mesoscale environ- sity of Oklahoma; and Matt Kelsch and Greg Byrd, ment have had a direct impact on QPF and QPE data COMET Education and Training. The course program and guidance. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) committee also includes Dr. Mary Marlino, PAGE and advances in hydrologic modeling are making high- Director. The COMET Program will provide tuition resolution data available for the hydrologic processes and lodging. Participants are responsible for their own travel costs and arrangements. A registration fee of $50 as well. 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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10.1175/1520-0477-81.4.871
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Abstract

COMET/PAGE Hydrometeorology Course for courses that presently include (or wish to include in University Faculty, 12-1 6 June 2000 , Boulder, the future) some component of hydrometeorology. Colorado Enrollment is limited to 18 participants. Upon comple- The science of hydrology and meteorology are tion of the course, participants will be encouraged to closely linked in the rainfall and runoff processes. This engage in a follow-up project to develop hydrometeo- link can be quite complex, but understanding the in- rology instructional materials for their own courses terrelationships is crucial to understanding flooding, that they can share with other faculty. especially flash flooding. Tremendous advances in the Course organizers include Ken Crawford, Univer- observation and modeling of the mesoscale environ- sity of Oklahoma; and Matt Kelsch and Greg Byrd, ment have had a direct impact on QPF and QPE data COMET Education and Training. The course program and guidance. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) committee also includes Dr. Mary Marlino, PAGE and advances in hydrologic modeling are making high- Director. The COMET Program will provide tuition resolution data available for the hydrologic processes and lodging. Participants are responsible for their own travel costs and arrangements. A registration fee of $50 as well.

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Apr 1, 2000

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