Call for Pa Pers Call for Pa Pers Prediction and National Climatic Data Great Lakes Atmospheric Science 11th International Meeting on Sta- Center. The American Meteorological Symposium (GLASS), 17–18 April t i st ic a l C l i matolog y, 12 –16 Ju ly Society is a cooperating sponsor. 2010, Oswego, New York 2010, Edinburgh, Scotland The work shop w i l l address t he status and prospects for advancing The Oswego State Student Chap- 11IMSC will be the latest in a series climate monitoring, assessment, and ter of the American Meteorological of meetings that have been held at prediction, with emphasis in three Society is hosting their first annual roughly three-year intervals and are major themes: Great La kes At mospheric Science designed to promote good statisti- Symposium to be held the weekend of cal practice in the atmospheric and • use of climate data record includ- the 17–18 April 2010. In the past, the climate sciences and in maintaining ing satellite data, climatologies for conference, formally the Lake Effect and enhancing the lines of communi- improving climate predictions/ Conference (LEC), was designed to cation between the atmospheric and predictability, and understanding bring together researchers to
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