AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY endar of Meetings Melbourne, Vic., Australia 1- 9 July IAMAS & IAPSO Conference Vancouver, BC, Canada 28 July-1 August *12th Symposium on Boundary Layers and Turbulence Charlottesville, VA 24-27 August ^Workshop on Biogenic Hydrocarbons in the Atmospheric Boundary Layer Austin, TX 7-12 September *28th Conference on Radar Meteorology Austin, TX 7-12 September *Special Session on Atmospheric Electricity Bartlett, NH 9-12 September A&WMA/AGU International Specialty Conference on Visual Air Quality, Aerosols, and Global Radiation Balance Tempe, AZ 13-16 September National Coordinating Council on Energy Management's 1997 Annual Conference & Exhibit Sao Paulo, Brazil 28 Sept-2 Oct Fifth International Congress of the Brazilian Geophysical Society Brussels, Belgium 29 Sept-3 Oct 1997 EUMETSAT Meteorological Satellite Data User's Conference Berkeley, CA 6-10 October 22nd Annual Climate Diagnostic and Prediction Workshop Reno, NV 19 October * AMS Short Course on Extreme Value Analysis Reno, NV 20-24 October *10th Conference on Applied Climatology Offenbach, Germany 27-29 October Second International SRNWP Workshop on Nonhydrostatic Modelling Silver Spring, MD 27-31 October First International Conference on Reanalyses London, England 29-30 October The Physics of Climate New Delhi, India 2- 5 December First International Conference on Asian Monsoon and Pollution Over the Monsoon Environment San Francisco,
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jul 1, 1997
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