NWS-Sponsored Short Course on NIDS. Adminis- GOES-8 andGOES-9. The new generation of GOES tered by AMS, a short course will be held prior to the satellites—GOES-8 launched in April 1994 and AMS 18th Conference on Severe Local Storms. The GOES-9 launched in May 1995—will be presented in two-day short course will be held on 17 and 18 a one-day short course. This training session will February 1996 in San Francisco, California. For tech- cover instrument specifications and performance, navi- nical information, contact Allan Eustis at the National gational principles, data collection schedules, data Weather Service, 301-713-0258. For registration in- availability and formats, operational data products, formation, contact the Meetings Department, AMS, 45 and sounder and image interpretation. Scientists, Beacon St., Boston, MA 02108; telephone: 617-227- engineers, civilian and military forecasters, teachers, 2425 ; fax: 617-742-8718; e-mail: amsmtgs@ and students will have the opportunity to attend this ametsoc.org short course on 28 January 1996 at the AMS 76th Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, at the Marriott Marquis Hotel. For additional information, please see Atmospheric Radar School and MST/ST Work- future issues of the Bulletin or contact AMS Head- shop. The Second International School of Atmo- quarters at 617-227-2425. spheric Radar
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Oct 1, 1995
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