Fifth AES/CMOS Worksho p on Operational Meteorology, The symposium will consist of two parts: i) a two-day 28 February-3 March 1995, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada intensive course, at the senior undergraduate-to-beginning The Atmospheric Environment Service (AES) and the graduate level of a U.S. university, and ii) a three-day Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society will research conference. The intensive course will be held Monday-Tuesday, 13-14 March, and consist of invited jointly hold their Fifth Workshop on Operational Meteorol- lectures on atmospheric and oceanic observations, atmo- ogy, 28 February-3 March 1995 at the Coast Terrace Inn, spheric and oceanic models, and data assimilation—intro- Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The American Meteorological ductory and advanced methods, atmospheric and oceanic Society is a cooperating organization. applications to large-scale mesoscale flows. The research Session topics will include: 1) Numerical Weather Pre- conference will follow upon the course, Wednesday-Friday, diction, 2) Technology Developers' Forum, 3) Observa- 15-17 March, and consist of invited and contributed presen- tion Systems and Remote Sensing, 4) Applied Meteorol- tations, in oral and poster form. ogy, 5) Commercialization; and 6) Mesoscale Systems and Forecasting. The deadline for abstracts has passed. Details of this For further information, contact: Brian Paruk, Environ- conference were published in
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Feb 1, 1995
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