meeting summary 24th Conference on Broadcast Meteorology, Dallas, Texas, 15-20 January 1995 Dana Tyler WITI-TV, Milwaukee, Wisconsin b. Educational partnerships leading to the 1. Introductio n promotion of student-centered meteorological The 24th Conference on Broadcast Meteorology field studies in a gletschervorfield environment was held in conjunction with this year's American G. Meldrum of James Gillespie's High School, Meteorological Society (AMS) Diamond Anniversary Edinburgh, Scotland, and T. Arnold of State College Annual Meeting. Broadcasting issues were inter- Area High School in Pennsylvania explained a unique twined with those from other branches of meteorol- partnership initiative for organizing, funding, equip- ogy, with the result being a beneficial forum for ping, and operating a cooperative field program for sharing information. The following is a synopsis of some of their students in a glacial valley in Norway. the event. The conference was organized by T. The opportunity to use sophisticated monitoring Glickman (currently AMS assistant executive direc- equipment in such a setting was both challenging and tor), D. Tyler (WITI-TV), and F. Gadomski (The highly motivating. This partnership concept allowed Pennsylvania State University). students to achieve a remarkable scientific experience. c. Project ATMOSPHERE: AMS precollege educational initiative—An overview of the 2 . Summarie
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Mar 19, 1996
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