continuing education

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fci 'fKefniM^U^ TLete jpAX^unhA aA^e pAMO^teA* ivf ^K/ jpAAA/ate i&ctci WJUXe tfLe f)M$ &hJvCiA€4 lecctMKei^J^ OA^f Great Lakes Meteorology. The National Weather Sevent h MST Workshop will focus on issues specifi- Service and Environment Canada field offices sur- cally related to MST/S T radars an d radar win d profiling rounding the Great Lakes are sponsoring the Fourth systems . Topics range from advances and problems U.S./Canad a Workshop on Great Lakes Operational in the application of existing techniques to the devel- Meteorology from 13 to 15 September 1995 in Syra- opmen t of new observing techniques for studies of cuse, New York. Th e worksho p is intended to present dynamic s an d microphysics in th e troposphere , strato- an d exchange new ideas, approaches, and tech- sphere, and mesosphere. For more information, con- niques related to various weather forecasting applica- tact M. F. Larsen, Physics Department, Clemson tions in and surrounding the Great Lakes region. To University, Clemson, SC 29634; telephone: 803-656- submit a paper on aspects of Great Lakes weather 5309; fax: 803-656-0805; e-mail: mlarsen@hubcap. analysis and forecasting or for more information, clemson.edu . contact Jeff Waldstreicher, NWS, 32 Dawes Drive, Binghampto n Regional

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Published: Jun 1, 1995

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