2003 AMS ANNUAL MEETING

2003 AMS ANNUAL MEETING 9-1 3 FEBR0ARY 2 °° 3 83RD AMS ANNUA L MEETING Water Cycle Variability an d Impacts will be the broad these areas but also attendees not working directly in theme of the 83rd Annual Meeting of the American these areas who want to become aware of the latest Meteorological Society, 9-1 3 February 2003 at the findings. Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center, Th e Second Annual AMS Student Conference, Long Beach, California. As water circulates among with a theme , "Being a Meteorologist in the 21st Cen- land, air, an d sea, it profoundl y influences the dynam- tury," will focus on exploring career paths in the at- ics and energetics of our weather and climate, while mospheric and related sciences. The conference high- nurturin g a biosphere and human society that must lights will include a special session on NOAA and a contend with its variability. Two special interdiscipli- panel discussion titled, "What are the obligations of nary symposia will support these themes: "Observing a scientist in the 21st Century," to be chaired by, Dr. an d Understanding the Variability of Wate r in Willia m H. Hooke, director, AMS Atmospheric Weather and Climate," and "Impacts http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

2003 AMS ANNUAL MEETING

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American Meteorological Society
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-83.11.1689
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9-1 3 FEBR0ARY 2 °° 3 83RD AMS ANNUA L MEETING Water Cycle Variability an d Impacts will be the broad these areas but also attendees not working directly in theme of the 83rd Annual Meeting of the American these areas who want to become aware of the latest Meteorological Society, 9-1 3 February 2003 at the findings. Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center, Th e Second Annual AMS Student Conference, Long Beach, California. As water circulates among with a theme , "Being a Meteorologist in the 21st Cen- land, air, an d sea, it profoundl y influences the dynam- tury," will focus on exploring career paths in the at- ics and energetics of our weather and climate, while mospheric and related sciences. The conference high- nurturin g a biosphere and human society that must lights will include a special session on NOAA and a contend with its variability. Two special interdiscipli- panel discussion titled, "What are the obligations of nary symposia will support these themes: "Observing a scientist in the 21st Century," to be chaired by, Dr. an d Understanding the Variability of Wate r in Willia m H. Hooke, director, AMS Atmospheric Weather and Climate," and "Impacts

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Published: Nov 1, 2002

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