aforementioned topics and federa l vances in remote sensing and in-situ 2010 U.S. Atlantic Meridional Over- agency officials who are involved or observational networks, and advances turning Circulation (AMOC) An- interested in the AMOC program are in modeling and forecasting. nual Meeting, 7–9 June 2010, Miami, encouraged to attend. In particular, with the develop- Florida Talk and/or poster abstract sub- ment and growth of the coastal ocean missions should be submitted through component of t he Integrated (and The 2010 U.S. Atlantic Meridional the registration Web site. You will be Sustained) Ocean Observing System Overturning Circulation (AMOC) able to indicate if you would like to (IOOS), a nd w it h its emphasis on Annual Meeting, organized by the present a talk, a poster, or both. The fostering Operational Oceanogra- U.S. AMOC Science Team, will be deadline of abstract submission is 15 phy, t his w i l l be a n excel lent op- held 7–9 June in Miami, Florida. April 2010. portunity for presentations from the T he U. S . At l a nt ic Me r id ion a l For more i n for m at ion , ple a s e eleven IOOS
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Apr 1, 2010
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