AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY 12-16 July 1999 Queen Elizabeth Hotel Montreal, Quebec, Canada General Information The 29th International Conference on Radar Meteorology, sponsored by the American Meteorological Society and organize d by th e AM S Committee on Radar Meteorology, will be held 12-1 6 July 1999 at th e Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal , Quebec, Canada. Accommodations Meetin g sessions will be held at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel (Le Reine Elizabeth) in Montreal. Room rates fo r meeting attendees are $142.0 0 (Can)/$94.00 (U.S.) for a single room, and $162.0 0 (Can)/$107.00 (U.S.) for a doubl e room (plu s tax). In orde r to receive the meeting rates, attendees must reserve a roo m under the AM S room block by 3 JUNE 1999. Reservations must be guaranteed wit h a one-nigh t deposit. Reservations made after that date are on a space available basis. For reservations call: 514-861-3511; fax: 514-954-2258, or writ e the Queen Elizabeth Hotel, 900 Rene-Levesque Quest Blvd, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Registration The AM S registration desk at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel will be open fo r registration on Sunday, 11 July 1999 from 5:00-7:0 0 P.M. an d Monday throug h Friday,
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Apr 1, 1999
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