Great Lakes Meteorology. The National Weather Climate Data and Information for Environmental Service and Environment Canada field offices sur- Applications. This short course will be held 27-28 rounding the Great Lakes are sponsoring the Fourth January 1996 in Atlanta, Georgia, at the Marriott U.S./Canada Workshop on Great Lakes Operational Marquis Hotel prior to AMS's 76th Annual Meeting. Meteorology from 13 to 15 September 1995 in Syra- Designed for environmental scientists and midlevel cuse, New York. The workshop is intended to present managers, the course provides an introduction to and exchange new ideas, approaches, and tech- critical fundamentals of applied climatological prob- niques related to various weather forecasting applica- lem solving. An eight-step decision-making process tions in and surrounding the Great Lakes region. To will be defined, and case studies that employ this submit a paper on aspects of Great Lakes weather process will be presented. A monitored, open com- analysis and forecasting or for more information, puter lab will be available to course participants for contact Jeff Waldstreicher, NWS, 32 Dawes Drive, assisted exploration of sources of climate data and Binghampton Regional Airport, Johnson City, NY information presented during the formal lectures. For 13790; telephone: 607-798-6615. additional information, see
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jul 1, 1995
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