AM S Workshop : "Back t o th e Future : Ol d an d Ne w AMS Seal of Approval Program came about, and how the Forecastin g Techniques," 19 June 1996, Boston, intentions of those who developed the program apply to Massachusett s broadcast meteorologists today—especially in lieu of the A workshop will be held Wednesday, 19 June 1996, rapidly expanding inventory of technical data and imagery preceding the 25th Conference on Broadcast Meteorology, available to use in weathercasts. A dinner cruise aboard the which will be held 20-22 June 1996. Odyssey is a scheduled event for Thursday evening, 20 June. A cruise ticket will be included with the conference regis- The theme of the workshop is "Back to the Future: Old tration. WSI Corporation will host an evening at the Bos- and New Forecasting Techniques." The focus will be on ton Museum of Science Omni Theater on Friday, 21 June. operational meteorology including model errors and biases, model supplements, future models, and updated forecast- The deadline for abstracts has passed. The program for ing tools and techniques for specific situations. All this conference was published in the March 1996 issue of presentations will be "user friendly"
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jun 1, 1996
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