announcements/call for papers

announcements/call for papers AM S Short Course on Extreme Value Analysis, development, integration, and exchange of climate datasets, 19 October 1997, Reno, Nevada including the use of satellite-derived datasets in climato- logical analysis; and 5) the spatial and temporal accuracy An AMS Short Course on Extreme Value Analysis, and continuity of climate data, with special emphasis on sponsored by the American Meteorological Society and derived products. The program was published in the July organized by the AMS Committee on Probability and Sta- issue of the Bulletin. tistics in the Atmospheric Sciences, is being held 19 Octo- For registration and hotel information, contact the AMS ber 1997 preceding the 10th Conference on Applied Meetings Department, e-mail: amsmtgs@ametsoc.org. For Climatology, at the Silver Legacy Resort Casino, Reno, further technical information, please contact David R. Nevada. A minimum of 30 registrants will be needed to hold Easterling, NOAA/NCDC, 151 Patton Ave., Asheville, NC this course. 28801 (tel: 704-271-4311, fax: 704-271-4328; e-mail: This short course is designed for graduate students and deasterl@ncdc.noaa.gov). (6/96; r9/96; rlO/96; r4/97) researchers who work with climate or weather extremes, and who wish to obtain an overview of the methodology and Internationa l Exhibition "Hydrometeorology to application of extreme value analysis techniques http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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AM S Short Course on Extreme Value Analysis, development, integration, and exchange of climate datasets, 19 October 1997, Reno, Nevada including the use of satellite-derived datasets in climato- logical analysis; and 5) the spatial and temporal accuracy An AMS Short Course on Extreme Value Analysis, and continuity of climate data, with special emphasis on sponsored by the American Meteorological Society and derived products. The program was published in the July organized by the AMS Committee on Probability and Sta- issue of the Bulletin. tistics in the Atmospheric Sciences, is being held 19 Octo- For registration and hotel information, contact the AMS ber 1997 preceding the 10th Conference on Applied Meetings Department, e-mail: amsmtgs@ametsoc.org. For Climatology, at the Silver Legacy Resort Casino, Reno, further technical information, please contact David R. Nevada. A minimum of 30 registrants will be needed to hold Easterling, NOAA/NCDC, 151 Patton Ave., Asheville, NC this course. 28801 (tel: 704-271-4311, fax: 704-271-4328; e-mail: This short course is designed for graduate students and deasterl@ncdc.noaa.gov). (6/96; r9/96; rlO/96; r4/97) researchers who work with climate or weather extremes, and who wish to obtain an overview of the methodology and Internationa l Exhibition "Hydrometeorology to application of extreme value analysis techniques

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