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continuing education Fundamentals of Dispersion Modeling. Trinity Con- mentals of mountain meteorology will be the theme sultants Incorporated of Dallas, Texas, is conducting of the first day of presentations, which will include specialized training in dispersion modeling through talks by experts in the field on the influence of moun- tains on larger-scale flows, interactions of fronts with 1997. This two-day course provides the scientific and topography, mountain waves and wakes, and ther- mathematical foundation for estimating the dispersion mally driven mountain wind systems. Observations of air pollutants from industrial emissions sources. The and applications of mountain meteorology will be the discussion includes regulatory requirements for mod- theme for the second day, with presentations on rec- eling, how to design a modeling study, accounting for ognition of mountain weather phenomena, mountain building wake effects and terrain elevations, U.S. EPA modeling guidelines, and accidental release modeling. weather forecasting, air pollution dispersion, fire Training sessions will convene 9-1 0 December in Los weather and smoke management, and mountain hy- Angeles, California. For information about tuition and drology applications. For additional information, con- registration, call the course registrar at 1-800-613- tact Teddie L. Keller, National Center for Atmospheric 4473. Additional information may be found on 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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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-78.11.2694
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Fundamentals of Dispersion Modeling. Trinity Con- mentals of mountain meteorology will be the theme sultants Incorporated of Dallas, Texas, is conducting of the first day of presentations, which will include specialized training in dispersion modeling through talks by experts in the field on the influence of moun- tains on larger-scale flows, interactions of fronts with 1997. This two-day course provides the scientific and topography, mountain waves and wakes, and ther- mathematical foundation for estimating the dispersion mally driven mountain wind systems. Observations of air pollutants from industrial emissions sources. The and applications of mountain meteorology will be the discussion includes regulatory requirements for mod- theme for the second day, with presentations on rec- eling, how to design a modeling study, accounting for ognition of mountain weather phenomena, mountain building wake effects and terrain elevations, U.S. EPA modeling guidelines, and accidental release modeling. weather forecasting, air pollution dispersion, fire Training sessions will convene 9-1 0 December in Los weather and smoke management, and mountain hy- Angeles, California. For information about tuition and drology applications. For additional information, con- registration, call the course registrar at 1-800-613- tact Teddie L. Keller, National Center for Atmospheric 4473. Additional information may be found on

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Nov 1, 1997

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