announcements/call for papers Jjajj 18th Annual National Hurricane Conference/ 2 - sity of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 26-31 May 5 Apri l 1996, Orlando, Florida 1996. The American Meteorological Society is a cooperat- The 18th Annual National Hurricane Conference will be ing organization. held 2-5 April 1996 at the Radisson Twin Towers Hotel, Oral and poster papers, and commercial exhibits in all Orlando, Florida. The American Meteorological Society is areas of meteorology, oceanography, and limnology are in- one of many cosponsors. The key general session topics in- vited. Special interdisciplinary sessions will be held on Arc- clude the National Hurricane Center's overview of the 1995 tic research, surface processes, remote sounding, mesoscale hurricane season; Bill Gray's prediction for 1996 Hurricanes; processes, and radiation and climate. A special session is FEMA's new "performance partnership" with states; the cri- also planned on the Climate Research Network. sis in insurance availability for natural disasters; are hurricane The deadline for abstracts has passed. Details of this con- awareness programs failing to reach the public?; how Disney ference were published in the November-February issues World plans to meet the hurricane threat; a mitigation pro- of tht Bulletin. For further information on the scientific pro-
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Mar 1, 1996
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