Mesoscale Meteorolog y Course fo r University attend both weeks. Enrollment for each week will be Faculty, 3-1 4 June 1996, Norman , Oklahoma limited to 24 students. The modernization of the National Weather Service The course is being organized by Fred Carr and (NWS) and its related development of new observing Ken Crawford of the University of Oklahoma, assisted systems has generated a heightened interest in mesos- by a steering committee consisting of James Belville cale meteorology. To make use of the new informa- (Operational Support Facility), Ron Alberty and Greg tion that will be available, it is critical that university Byrd (COMET program), and Kevin Kloesel (The faculty be well informed about these observing sys- Florida State University). The lectures will be given tems, as well as the latest advances in mesoscale me- by leading experts in each area. teorology. One goal of the Cooperative Program for The course is geared to faculty members who in- Operational Meteorology, Education and Training tend to develop a new mesoscale meteorology course (COMET), a University Corporation for Atmospheric at the senior or lower graduate school level, to improve Research program, is to stimulate the improved un- an existing mesoscale course,
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jan 1, 1996
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