Front s an d Atlanti c Storm-Trac k Experiment their annual Satellite Data User's Conference in order to (FASTEX) : Ope n Worksho p o n First Results an d combine with this conference. Relate d Topics, 2 7 April- 1 Ma y 1998 , Toulouse, The theme of the conference is to address subjects that Franc e are of majority interest to the global remote sensing com- The Fronts and Atlantic Storm-Track Experiment munity, as represented by the sponsor memberships. There- (FASTEX): Open Workshop on First Results and Related fore, an international committee of senior scientists and Topics, organized and hosted by Meteo-France, will be held administrators has been established to guide the develop- 27 April-1 May 1998 in Toulouse, France. The American ment of the program. Invited plenary and state-of-the-art Meteorological Society is a cooperating organization. presentations will be used to set the themes of each day. To The workshop is primarily intended for the participants foster interactions among attendees, all other papers will be of the FASTEX project, however, it also aims to widen this posters, followed by poster discussion periods. FASTEX community and research contributions on topics The program for this conference is published in
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Apr 1, 1998
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