78th Annual Meeting Short Courses

78th Annual Meeting Short Courses 78th iAnnual Meetin g Short Courses 10-11 Januar y 1998 Mountai n Meteorology , Saturday and Sunday, 10-11 January 1998 Audience Goal Faculty Meteorologists and students To present an overview of mountain To be announced. interested in mountain weather meteorology. Day one will focus on phenomena and the applications the influence on mountains on at- of mountain weather knowledge mospheric flows ranging from the to a variety of practical problems. mountain-valley scale to synoptic scales. Day two will cover observa- tions and applications of mountain meteorology. Syllabus includes. Influence of mountains on larger-scale flows Forecasting in complex terrain Interaction of fronts with topography Air pollution in complex terrain Mountain waves and wakes Fire weather and smoke management Thermally driven mountain wind systems Observational technologies Recognition of mountain-weather phenomena Also provided. Course notes Luncheon on Sunday with invited speaker (joint with Short Course on Air Pollution Meteorology) Ai r Pollution Meteorology , Sunday, 11 January 1998 Faculty Audience Goal D. Bruce Turner, Ron Baskett, Professional environmental scien- To provide a comprehensive over- Steven R. Hanna, William Neff, tists and engineers who desire to view of the principles of air pollution Walter A. Lyons, Nelson Seaman, expand their understanding of the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

78th Annual Meeting Short Courses

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-78.9.2086
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78th iAnnual Meetin g Short Courses 10-11 Januar y 1998 Mountai n Meteorology , Saturday and Sunday, 10-11 January 1998 Audience Goal Faculty Meteorologists and students To present an overview of mountain To be announced. interested in mountain weather meteorology. Day one will focus on phenomena and the applications the influence on mountains on at- of mountain weather knowledge mospheric flows ranging from the to a variety of practical problems. mountain-valley scale to synoptic scales. Day two will cover observa- tions and applications of mountain meteorology. Syllabus includes. Influence of mountains on larger-scale flows Forecasting in complex terrain Interaction of fronts with topography Air pollution in complex terrain Mountain waves and wakes Fire weather and smoke management Thermally driven mountain wind systems Observational technologies Recognition of mountain-weather phenomena Also provided. Course notes Luncheon on Sunday with invited speaker (joint with Short Course on Air Pollution Meteorology) Ai r Pollution Meteorology , Sunday, 11 January 1998 Faculty Audience Goal D. Bruce Turner, Ron Baskett, Professional environmental scien- To provide a comprehensive over- Steven R. Hanna, William Neff, tists and engineers who desire to view of the principles of air pollution Walter A. Lyons, Nelson Seaman, expand their understanding of the

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Sep 1, 1997

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