24th International Symposium on Remote Sens- U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Research Grants ing of Environment in Climate Modeling The 24th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of The Office of Health and Environmental Research of DOE is Environment will be held 27-31 May 1991 in Rio de Janeiro, soliciting applications for Special Research Grants in con- Brazil. junction with the Atmospheric and Climate Research Divi- The purpose of the conference is to discuss remote sion's (ACRD) Computer Hardware, Advanced Mathemat- sensing as a cost-effective means to produce timely, defini- ics and Model Physics (CHAMMP) Program. tive information for investigators doing natural resource The CHAMMP program is a multi-year research effort to evaluation, and to clearly demonstrate the ulitlity and credi- accelerate and improve climate prediction on global and bility of information derived from remote sensing activites to regional scales with special emphasis on the integration of the non-remote sensing specialist. improved modeling methods with state-of-the-art and next The program committee welcomes papers for presenta- generation high performance computing systems. tion at the symposium. The complete manuscripts of all Copies of the CHAMMP program may be obtained from: papers accepted and presented will be published in the ACRD, ER-76, U.S.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Dec 1, 1990
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