Commercial Satellite Licensing Information namics; hydrodynamics; aerodynamics; river, lake, Available Online and estuary dynamics; coastal sea modeling; nonlin- Licensing information on commercial remote sens- ear ocean waves; air-sea coupling dynamics; wave ing satellite systems, which take images of earth from propagation and scattering; non-Newtonian fluids; space, is now available online from NOAA. constitutive relationships; multiphase flow; acoustics; "Licensing of Commercial Remote Sensing Satel- high-performance computing in fluid mechanics; and visualization. lite Systems" contains a wealth of information such as U.S. laws, regulations, policies, and related infor- Abstracts should be submitted by mail, fax, or mation on the operation of commercial remote sens- e-mail no later than 14 September 1999. They should ing satellite systems. The site describes the process for clearly state the purpose, results, and conclusions of obtaining a commercial remote sensing license, the the work to be described in the final paper. The final Commercial Space Act of 1998, NOAA staff contacts, acceptance will be based on the review of the full- and a list of companies that have been granted licenses. length paper and the author must attend the conference Links to these companies and other licensing-related to present the paper, if accepted. agencies are provided.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jun 1, 1999
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