80th AMS annual meeting information

80th AMS annual meeting information SOth Annual Meeting Short Courses Long Beach. Convention Center Sunday 9 January ZOOO Short Course on Mesoscale Atmospheric Modeling by Original Model Developers Goal: To provide a unique opportunity to learn directly from original model developers about their models, and between them. Presentations on scientific and technical design considerations will be followed by a panel discussion focusing on the challenges that modelers encounter, and limitations of mesoscale models Faculty: To be announced Audience: Students interested in learning about atmospheric modeling; professors teaching atmospheric model- ing; researchers involved in modeling or wanting to know the difference between various models; and managers needing to decide which models to use for their projects Syllabus • Technical and design consideration of models includes: • Discussion of RAMS, MM5 COMAPS, HOTMAC, FINTAH, and other models Also • Course notes provided: • Demonstration of models Short Course ori Weather Entrepreneurship Goal: To provide real information on the private weather consulting business to help you make the decision whether to venture into this career Faculty: Matthew J. Parker, Jimmie Smith, Walter Lyons, Allan Eustis, R, Nick Keener, Phillip Falconer, Stan Marsh, Michael Smith, Peter Leavitt, Jeff Tarde, Ray Ban, Jim Roemer, Jack Williams, Ken Underwood, William http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

80th AMS annual meeting information

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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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10.1175/1520-0477-80.10.2168
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SOth Annual Meeting Short Courses Long Beach. Convention Center Sunday 9 January ZOOO Short Course on Mesoscale Atmospheric Modeling by Original Model Developers Goal: To provide a unique opportunity to learn directly from original model developers about their models, and between them. Presentations on scientific and technical design considerations will be followed by a panel discussion focusing on the challenges that modelers encounter, and limitations of mesoscale models Faculty: To be announced Audience: Students interested in learning about atmospheric modeling; professors teaching atmospheric model- ing; researchers involved in modeling or wanting to know the difference between various models; and managers needing to decide which models to use for their projects Syllabus • Technical and design consideration of models includes: • Discussion of RAMS, MM5 COMAPS, HOTMAC, FINTAH, and other models Also • Course notes provided: • Demonstration of models Short Course ori Weather Entrepreneurship Goal: To provide real information on the private weather consulting business to help you make the decision whether to venture into this career Faculty: Matthew J. Parker, Jimmie Smith, Walter Lyons, Allan Eustis, R, Nick Keener, Phillip Falconer, Stan Marsh, Michael Smith, Peter Leavitt, Jeff Tarde, Ray Ban, Jim Roemer, Jack Williams, Ken Underwood, William

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Oct 1, 1999

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