Symposium to Address Mitigation of Severe Systems Institute and the Texas Medical Center, will Weather Impacts: Tropical Storm Allison host the event. A presymposium one-day workshop will be held on The worst urban flood in history and mitigating the 5 November 2001 focusing on the recent flooding caused impact of severe weather is the topic of a symposium scheduled for 15-17 April 2002 at the Texas Medical by Tropical Storm Allison in Houston and its path of Center, Houston, Texas. This symposium is a follow- destruction. This one-day workshop will be held at up to one held in Tulsa this year of the same subject: Rice University and will host invited speakers on hy- mitigating severe weather impacts. Topics will include drometeorology, flood impacts, flood warning systems, the best methods to mitigate the effects of weather-re- and mitigation efforts in the wake of the costliest tropi- lated disasters and new technologies for disseminat- cal storm in history. For more information, visit the sym- ing information and warnings. The University of posium Web site at http://nhdr.ou.edu. Contact Baxter Oklahoma International Center for Natural Hazards E. Vieux, director of ICNHDR; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; and Disaster Research (ICNHDR), in collaboration telephone: 405-325-3600; or Philip B. Bedient; e-mail: with the Rice University Energy and Environmental email@example.com; telephone: 713-348-4953. • SENSORS TO MEASURE • Wind Speed • Wind Direction • Peak Gusts • Temperature • Pressure • Relative Humidity • Precipitation R.M. Young Company 280 1 Aero Park Dr., Traverse City Michigan 49686 USA Tel : 231-946-3980 Fax: 231-946-4772 www.youngusa.co m YOUN G 2180 Vol. 82,, No. 10, October 2001
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Published: Oct 1, 2001
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