continuing education

continuing education AMS Short Course on Mesoscale Atmospheric Models are sometimes misrepresented and misused. Modeling by Original Model Developers Th e course will provide a uniqu e opportunity in learn- A n AMS short course on mesoscale atmospheric ing directly from the original model developers on modeling by original model developers, sponsored by their models and the differences betwee n the models. AM S and organized by the AM S Committee on Th e course will begin with presentations on the tech- Weather Analysis and Forecasting Committee, will be nical and scientific design considerations. Following held Sunday, 9 January 2000, preceding the 80th AM S these presentations, the speakers will participate in a Annual Meeting in Long Beach, California. panel discussion, which will focus on the challenges This one-day short course is designed to assist students that modelers encounter and limitations of mesoscale interested in learning about atmospheric modeling, modeling. professors teaching atmospheric modeling, research- This course will be taught by one of the original ers involved in modeling or wanting to know the developers of each of the following models: RAMS, differences between various models, and managers need- MM 5 COAMPS, HOTMAC, FINTAH, and others. ing to decide which models http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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Abstract

AMS Short Course on Mesoscale Atmospheric Models are sometimes misrepresented and misused. Modeling by Original Model Developers Th e course will provide a uniqu e opportunity in learn- A n AMS short course on mesoscale atmospheric ing directly from the original model developers on modeling by original model developers, sponsored by their models and the differences betwee n the models. AM S and organized by the AM S Committee on Th e course will begin with presentations on the tech- Weather Analysis and Forecasting Committee, will be nical and scientific design considerations. Following held Sunday, 9 January 2000, preceding the 80th AM S these presentations, the speakers will participate in a Annual Meeting in Long Beach, California. panel discussion, which will focus on the challenges This one-day short course is designed to assist students that modelers encounter and limitations of mesoscale interested in learning about atmospheric modeling, modeling. professors teaching atmospheric modeling, research- This course will be taught by one of the original ers involved in modeling or wanting to know the developers of each of the following models: RAMS, differences between various models, and managers need- MM 5 COAMPS, HOTMAC, FINTAH, and others. ing to decide which models

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Published: Nov 1, 1999

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