GOE S Data Emphasized in Satellite This course is geared toward college and university Meteorolog y Course faculty members who teach undergraduate meteorol- The successful launch and operation of the new ogy courses that include some component of satellite Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite data analysis. Enrollment is limited to 20 participants. (GOES) systems has improved the opportunities for Course organizers are Greg Byrd, COMET educa- both quantitative and subjective uses of meteorologi- tion and training; Tony Mostek, NWS/satellite train- cal remote sensing data. The GOES-8, GOES-9, and ing; and Melanie Wetzel, Desert Research Institute. GOES-IO satellites are now providing more frequent The course program committee also includes Ron observations, higher pixel resolution, and higher radio- Alberty, COMET deputy director, and Mary Marlino, metric sensitivity for multichannel image analysis and PAGE director. passive sounding applications. At the same time, the The COMET Program, specifically CBET, will National Weather Service (NWS) and National Envi- provide tuition and lodging (not including meals). ronmental Satellite, Data and Information Service Participants are responsible for their travel costs and (NESDIS) are developing new products and method- travel arrangements. A registration fee of $70 per per- ologies for incorporating these and other satellite son will be
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Mar 1, 1998
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