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announcements DynCorp Information Systems Joins the AMS year, and other topics dealing with the meteorology of Fellowship Program the West Coast. DynCorp Information Systems offers state-of-the- In addition to the general topic of West Coast art weather information systems that collect raw weather, this year's meeting will place special empha- weather data and deliver time-sensitive weather prod- sis on the air quality of the Northwest, including top- ucts to the world. DynCorp IS's weather clients in- ics related to its diagnosis and forecasting, fire weather, clude commercial enterprises and all U.S. government and the forecasting of smoke dispersion from wild and weather-sensitive agencies. prescribed fires. We will be inviting key scientists in The heart of any meteorological information pro- each area to present a general overview and update on cessing system is communications, and DynCorp IS the current issues. Shorter submitted talks related to the topic area will follow the invited presentations. The brings decades of outstanding engineering and tele- final element will be a follow-on poster session and communications expertise to its meteorological sys- discussion. We are hopeful this format will provide tems. The systems use all the available communications substantial time for interaction and discussion. To this technologies—including satellite, wireless, and end, we are especially encouraging authors to consider wireline—to collect and disseminate weather data. the poster format. One of the world's largest suppliers of weather products, DynCorp IS builds integrated systems that Preregistration and payment is required for all at- provide everything you need, in real time—from data tendees by 1 February 2001. Abstracts for oral presen- collection, to data processing, to display. Forecasters tations and posters [including title, author(s), and a across the country depend on DynCorp IS weather short description of the presentation] should be sent systems to provide accurate data—quickly and in a to the organizers by 1 January 2001. Presentations are manner that best meets their needs. not limited to the major theme. For further informa- tion on registration or presentations check the meet- Pacific Northwest Weather Workshop 2001 ing Web site (http://www.atmos.washington.edu/ -cliff/NWworkshop.html) or contact Clifford Mass, The Pacific Northwest Weather Workshop will be Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences, Box 351640, Univer- held at the NOAA Western Regional Center campus sity of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195; telephone: at Sand Point in Seattle, Washington, on 4 and 5 March 206-685-0190; e-mail: cliff@atmos.washington.edu; 2001. This annual conference, sponsored by the Na- or Brad Colman/Chris Hill, NWS Forecast Office, tional Weather Service, the University of Washington, 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115; and the Puget Sound Chapter of AMS, covers recent developments in weather forecasting and observa- telephone: 206-526-6095, ex. 224/222; e-mail: tional technologies, major weather events of the past chris.hill@noaa.gov. • * 4 f x r\ 2098 Vol. 8 7, No. 9, September 2000 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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DynCorp Information Systems Joins the AMS year, and other topics dealing with the meteorology of Fellowship Program the West Coast. DynCorp Information Systems offers state-of-the- In addition to the general topic of West Coast art weather information systems that collect raw weather, this year's meeting will place special empha- weather data and deliver time-sensitive weather prod- sis on the air quality of the Northwest, including top- ucts to the world. DynCorp IS's weather clients in- ics related to its diagnosis and forecasting, fire weather, clude commercial enterprises and all U.S. government and the forecasting of smoke dispersion from wild and weather-sensitive agencies. prescribed fires. We will be inviting key scientists in The heart of any meteorological information pro- each area to present a general overview and update on cessing system is communications, and DynCorp IS the current issues. Shorter submitted talks related to the topic area will follow the invited presentations. The brings decades of outstanding engineering and tele- final element will be a follow-on poster session and communications expertise to its meteorological sys- discussion. We are hopeful this format will provide tems. The systems use all the available communications substantial time for interaction and discussion. To this technologies—including satellite, wireless, and end, we are especially encouraging authors to consider wireline—to collect and disseminate weather data. the poster format. One of the world's largest suppliers of weather products, DynCorp IS builds integrated systems that Preregistration and payment is required for all at- provide everything you need, in real time—from data tendees by 1 February 2001. Abstracts for oral presen- collection, to data processing, to display. Forecasters tations and posters [including title, author(s), and a across the country depend on DynCorp IS weather short description of the presentation] should be sent systems to provide accurate data—quickly and in a to the organizers by 1 January 2001. Presentations are manner that best meets their needs. not limited to the major theme. For further informa- tion on registration or presentations check the meet- Pacific Northwest Weather Workshop 2001 ing Web site (http://www.atmos.washington.edu/ -cliff/NWworkshop.html) or contact Clifford Mass, The Pacific Northwest Weather Workshop will be Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences, Box 351640, Univer- held at the NOAA Western Regional Center campus sity of Washington, Seattle, WA 98195; telephone: at Sand Point in Seattle, Washington, on 4 and 5 March 206-685-0190; e-mail: cliff@atmos.washington.edu; 2001. This annual conference, sponsored by the Na- or Brad Colman/Chris Hill, NWS Forecast Office, tional Weather Service, the University of Washington, 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115; and the Puget Sound Chapter of AMS, covers recent developments in weather forecasting and observa- telephone: 206-526-6095, ex. 224/222; e-mail: tional technologies, major weather events of the past chris.hill@noaa.gov. • * 4 f x r\ 2098 Vol. 8 7, No. 9, September 2000

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