AMS Workshop on Remote Sensing: Radar on the El Nino-Southern Oscillation phenomenon; and Satellite Applications for the Broadcast 2) observations of the tropical influence on extratro- Meteorologist pical weather at intraseasonal timescales, with a focus A workshop, entitled "Remote Sensing: Radar and on the Madden-Julian Oscillation and other higher- Satellite Applications for the Broadcast Meteorolo- frequency phenomena; 3) theoretical basis for the dy- gist," sponsored by the American Meteorological So- namics of tropical-extratropical interaction; and ciety and organized by the AMS Board of Broadcast 4) statistical aspects of tropical-extratropical interac- Meteorology, will be held on Sunday, 20 June 1999, tion, emphasizing predictability. at the Coronado Springs Resort in Walt Disney World, For further information, contact George Kiladis, Orlando, Florida. Aeronomy Laboratory, NOAA/ERL, R/E/AL3, 325 This one-day workshop will focus on the daily op- Broadway , Boulder, CO 80303; telephone: erational use of radar and satellite imagery by the 303-497-3892 ; fax: 303-497-5373; e-mail: broadcast meteorologist. Topics will include new email@example.com. For registration and hotel and GOES satellite imagery products and future plans for general information, please contact the AMS Meetings GOES products, as well as case studies from severe Department; telephone: 617-227-2426, ex. 227,228, or weather events. Several National
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