measuring the global water cycle from space; 3) Opera- AM S 2001 MEETINGS tional Applications. Subject areas include real-time appli- Announcement cations of POES and GOES measurements and products, satellite data assimilation techniques, forward models, Worksho p on Satellite Remote Sensing Applica- NWP impact studies, tropical cyclone studies, mesoscale tions : Leveraging Remote Sensing for Resource and severe weather studies, use of rapid scan datasets, etc.; Managemen t in Developing Countries, 13-14 Oc- 4) Retrieval of Atmospheric Profiles and Constituents. tobe r 2001 , Madison, Wisconsin Subject areas include retrieval methods used for tempera- The workshop that was scheduled to be held 13-14 ture and moisture profiles, ozone, aerosols, precipitation, cloud water, etc.; and 5) New Technology. Subject areas October 2001 preceding the 11th Conference on Satellite include both new satellites/sensors (i.e., GOES-11, MO- Meteorology has been postponed. Further details will fol- DIS, AMSU, GIFTS, SSMIS, TRMM, EOS, QuikSCAT, low once it has been determined when it will be held. (4/ etc.) and new processing and retrieval techniques (i.e., 01, r7/01; r9/01) neural networks, error analysis, multisensor techniques, 1 1t h Conference on Satellite Meteorology and hyperspectral imaging and retrievals, etc.). Oceanography , 15-18 October 2001 , Madison, The
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Oct 1, 2001
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