NASA Releases Greenhouse Data CD-ROM The Sixth Annual International Winter Weather In support of the International Space Year (1992), Workshop the Earth Science and Application Division at NASA The Sixth Annual International Winter Weather initiated the Greenhouse Effect Detection Experiment Workshop will be held on 15-17 September 1992 at (GEDEX). A GEDEX workshop was held in July 1991, the Embassy Suites Hotel in St. Louis, Missouri. which discussed the following topics: the key geo- Sponsored by Surface Systems, Inc., the workshop physical datasets on the atmospheric temperature will provide a forum for information exchange among record and other parameters relevant to the detection, transportation officials from around the world. The and possible fingerprinting of an enhanced green- three-day hands-on training workshop will focus on house effect. These datasets are presented on CD- the operation and utilization of scan system and ROM and have been distributed to the international SCAN*CAST Weather Forecasting Services, as well scientific community. The contents are in Common as other meteorological data to monitor pavement Data Format and can be read by systems using MS- conditions and control maintenance costs. For more DOS™, Macintosh™, UNIX™, VAX/VMS™, operating information, contact Ann Buchmann at (314) 569- systems. The disk contains text files that explain the 1002 or (800) 325-7226. retrieval options and software to help one access the data. For additional information, contact Robert A. The Second International Symposium on Hydro- Schiffer, Chief (Acting), Climate Hydrologic Systems logical Applications of Weather Radar Branch, NASA, Washington, DC 20546. • The symposium on hydrological application of weather radar will be held at the University of Hanover on 7-1 0 September 1992. It will provide a forum for collaboration among physicists, meteorologists, and hydrologists to discuss the importance of radar data for all meteorological areas. A call for papers is in effect on the following topics: 1) hydrological radar system configurations, 2) quantitative rainfall calibra- tion and adjustment procedures, 3) fundamental Z/R relations and storm characteristics, 4) real-time flow Scientific Technology Inc simulation and forecasting, and 5) operational design and aspects. For more information, contact Hans- OPTICAL RAIN GAUGES Reinhard Werworn, Institut fuer Wasserwirtschaft, Universitaet Hannover, Applelstrabe 9A, W-3000 Hannover 1, Federal Republic of Germany; telephone +49-511 -7625199, fax +49-511 -7523731, or telex 09- ORG - 700 23868 unihnd. FEATURE S Wide Dynamic Range—0.1 mm to 3m/Hr Third National Conference 1992—Disaster Man- No Evaporation or Splash Errors agement No Moving Parts This disaster management conference will take No Wind Effect On Measurements place in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, between 20 and No Periodic Calibration 23 October 1992. The conference will deal with disas- ters, from planning and training to response recovery, with an emphasis on managing disaster through com- munication, cooperation, and consultation. An exhibit 5801 Lee Highway of state-of-the-art technical equipment and innovative Arlington, VA 22207 Tel 703 533-8555 products and services for emergency management Mini ORG-105 Fax 703 533-3109 professionals will also be presented. For more infor- mation, contact NCDM '92, Regional Municipality of NOAA/NWS ASOS Technology Hamilton-Wentworth, 119 King Street West, P.O. Box Setting New Standards for Precipitation Measurement 2911, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada L8N 3V9. Bulletin American Meteorological Society
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jul 1, 1992
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