MEETING SUMMARIES I3T H AM S CONFERENC E O N SATELLITE METEOROLOG Y AN D OCEANOGRAPH Y BY ELAINE M. PRINS, CHRISTOPHER S. VELDEN,JEFFREY D . HAWKINS, F.JOSEPH TURK,JAIME M. DANIELS, GERAL D J. DITTBERNER, KENNETH HOLMLUND, ROBBIE E. HOOD, ARLENE G . LAING, SHAIMA L . NASIRI, JEFFERYJ. PUSCHELL, J . MARSHALL SHEPHERD, AND JOHN V. ZAPOTOCNY he American Meteorological Society (AMS) 13th SATELLITE METEOROLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY Conference on Satellite Meteorology and Ocean- Tography was held at the Norfolk Waterside CONFERENCE Marriott in Norfolk, Virginia, from 20 to 23 Sep- WHAT : The environmental satellite monitoring tember 2004. The special theme for this conference communit y shared insights on innovative was as follows: "Next Generation Environmental researc h activities and applications with a focus Sensors and Emerging Applications in Satellite on next-generation environmental sensors and Meteorology and Oceanography." Over the next emergin g applications in satellite meteorology 10-20 years environmental satellite monitoring will and oceanography. undergo major advancements in both passive and WHEN : 20-23 September 2004 active remote sensing capabilities with significant WHERE : Norfolk, Virginia improvements in spatial, spectral, and temporal resolution, providing unprecedented insights into the Earth system sciences. In choosing the theme for this
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