ANNOUNCEMEN T researchers , sensor providers, and abstract . Abstracts are due 7 Janu- 200 8 Nationa l Severe Weather Work- practitioner s in the field of remote ar y 2008. Full length manuscripts shop , 6- 8 March 2008 , Norman, accepte d for oral and poster presen- sensing. Papers are encourage d fro m Oklahom a all aspects of remot e sensing includ- tatio n will be due 25 April 2008. Thes e paper s will b e publishe d in the in g sensor technology development, phenomenologica l understanding, conferenc e proceeding s and indexed Meteorologists, emergency managers, in IEEE Xplore. (1/08) an d member s of th e medi a will gather algorith m development, and earth scienc e applications. In particular, in Norman , Oklahoma, for a unique submission s are sough t in th e follow- information-sharin g workshop. The ANNOUNCEMEN T in g list of topics: land use an d cover 200 8 them e is "From Readiness to AMS/COME T Mountain Weath- mapping , wetlands, ocean color and Recovery." Central to the workshop e r Workshop : Bridging the Be- wate r quality, atmospheric profiling is "Th e Scenario"—an opportunity twee
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jan 1, 2008
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