2004 AMS ANNUAL MEETING

2004 AMS ANNUAL MEETING 84T H AM S ANNUA L MEETING Th e 84th Annual Meeting o f the America n Meteoro- Busalacchi , co-chairpersons) seeks to explore fore- logica l Society will b e held 11-1 5 January 200 4 at the castin g advances that ma y be expected to result from Washingto n State Conventio n and Trad e Center, Se- improve d observational networks, data assimilation attle, Washington . Robert J. Plant e is th e 200 4 Annual systems , numerica l models, and statistical forecasting Meetin g chairperson. techniques . Th e primary purpose o f this symposium Th e 84th Annual Meeting is bein g organized is to describe the state-of-the-art in forecasting and aroun d the broa d theme o f "prediction. " This past cen- t o facilitate further advances in forecasting science. tury, the overarching challenge to the atmospheric and Th e Symposium on Planning, Prediction, and Now- relate d sciences has been to predict weather and cli- castin g in the Urban Zone (co-chairpersons: Robert mate. Thes e sciences, perhaps mor e than any others, are D . Bornstein and Walte r F. Dabberdt) seeks to high- teste d on a daily http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-84.11.1603
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84T H AM S ANNUA L MEETING Th e 84th Annual Meeting o f the America n Meteoro- Busalacchi , co-chairpersons) seeks to explore fore- logica l Society will b e held 11-1 5 January 200 4 at the castin g advances that ma y be expected to result from Washingto n State Conventio n and Trad e Center, Se- improve d observational networks, data assimilation attle, Washington . Robert J. Plant e is th e 200 4 Annual systems , numerica l models, and statistical forecasting Meetin g chairperson. techniques . Th e primary purpose o f this symposium Th e 84th Annual Meeting is bein g organized is to describe the state-of-the-art in forecasting and aroun d the broa d theme o f "prediction. " This past cen- t o facilitate further advances in forecasting science. tury, the overarching challenge to the atmospheric and Th e Symposium on Planning, Prediction, and Now- relate d sciences has been to predict weather and cli- castin g in the Urban Zone (co-chairpersons: Robert mate. Thes e sciences, perhaps mor e than any others, are D . Bornstein and Walte r F. Dabberdt) seeks to high- teste d on a daily

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Published: Nov 1, 2003

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