Looking Ahead to the Symposia of the 2002 Annual Meeting

Looking Ahead to the Symposia of the 2002 Annual Meeting from headquarters The 82nd AMS Annual Meeting will feature a retical analysis of the data and modeling results is criti- unique combination of conferences and symposia that cal to advancing our understanding of the environ- highlight emerging powerful techniques in the atmo- ment , the application of this knowledge and spheric and related sciences. Among the conferences information to various sectors of the economy and and symposia making up the meeting are this year's society is expanding rapidly and will likely influence themed symposia: the Symposium on Observations, policy decisions regarding future research. Data Assimilation, and Probabilistic Prediction, and The Third AMS Symposium on Environmental the Third Symposium on Environmental Applications: Applications: Facilitating the Use of Environmental Facilitating the Use of Environmental Information. Information will bring scientists and end users together One of the emerging techniques in the atmospheric to present and discuss many different applications of and related sciences is data assimilation—that is, the environmental data and modeling. The topics range optimal combination of forecasts and observations. across a broad spectrum of human activities, from This has been very successfully implemented for business planning and financial analysis to natural weather prediction and climate analysis, but it is clear resource management and energy use. The application of environmental information is generating many new now that similar methodology can provide improve- opportunities for research and employment for meteo- ments in other areas, such as atmospheric chemistry rologists, oceanographers, and hydrologists in the pri- and land modeling. Similarly, the use of ensemble vate and public sectors. This trend will likely continue prediction has resulted in improved forecasts and a as end users, working with scientists, find new ways quantitative basis for probabilistic forecasts. The en- semble forecasting ideas can also be used in other ar- to apply environmental data and models to the infor- eas, such as hydrology and climate change. The mation and services provided to their customers and Symposium on Observations, Data Assimilation, and society in general. The Society encourages this pro- Probabilistic Prediction will explore these topics and fessional interaction through this symposium with the will include joint sessions with atmospheric chemis- broader goal of expanding and improving environmen- try, global change and climate variations, hydrol- tal services and information. ogy, integrated observing systems, and probability Members of the community are encouraged to sub- and statistics to offer a unique opportunity for ad- mit an abstract for presentation at one of the sympo- vances through cross-fertilization and multidisciplinary sia described above or for any of the other conferences interactions. or symposia that will be held at the 2002 AMS An- nual Meeting in Orlando, Florida. Details on each con- A wealth of environmental data from the atmo- ferenc e and symposium are provided in the sphere, oceans, and land surface is now available due "Announcement/Call for Papers" section of this issue or to the development and implementation of new ob- on the AMS Web site (http://www.ametsoc.org/AMS). serving technologies. Significant advances in model- ing have also occurred that permit the study and The deadline for initial abstracts from authors is the prediction of environmental processes and phenom- first week in July (see each call for the specific date ena occurring on local-to-global scales. While theo- for that conference or symposium).• Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1203 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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from headquarters The 82nd AMS Annual Meeting will feature a retical analysis of the data and modeling results is criti- unique combination of conferences and symposia that cal to advancing our understanding of the environ- highlight emerging powerful techniques in the atmo- ment , the application of this knowledge and spheric and related sciences. Among the conferences information to various sectors of the economy and and symposia making up the meeting are this year's society is expanding rapidly and will likely influence themed symposia: the Symposium on Observations, policy decisions regarding future research. Data Assimilation, and Probabilistic Prediction, and The Third AMS Symposium on Environmental the Third Symposium on Environmental Applications: Applications: Facilitating the Use of Environmental Facilitating the Use of Environmental Information. Information will bring scientists and end users together One of the emerging techniques in the atmospheric to present and discuss many different applications of and related sciences is data assimilation—that is, the environmental data and modeling. The topics range optimal combination of forecasts and observations. across a broad spectrum of human activities, from This has been very successfully implemented for business planning and financial analysis to natural weather prediction and climate analysis, but it is clear resource management and energy use. The application of environmental information is generating many new now that similar methodology can provide improve- opportunities for research and employment for meteo- ments in other areas, such as atmospheric chemistry rologists, oceanographers, and hydrologists in the pri- and land modeling. Similarly, the use of ensemble vate and public sectors. This trend will likely continue prediction has resulted in improved forecasts and a as end users, working with scientists, find new ways quantitative basis for probabilistic forecasts. The en- semble forecasting ideas can also be used in other ar- to apply environmental data and models to the infor- eas, such as hydrology and climate change. The mation and services provided to their customers and Symposium on Observations, Data Assimilation, and society in general. The Society encourages this pro- Probabilistic Prediction will explore these topics and fessional interaction through this symposium with the will include joint sessions with atmospheric chemis- broader goal of expanding and improving environmen- try, global change and climate variations, hydrol- tal services and information. ogy, integrated observing systems, and probability Members of the community are encouraged to sub- and statistics to offer a unique opportunity for ad- mit an abstract for presentation at one of the sympo- vances through cross-fertilization and multidisciplinary sia described above or for any of the other conferences interactions. or symposia that will be held at the 2002 AMS An- nual Meeting in Orlando, Florida. Details on each con- A wealth of environmental data from the atmo- ferenc e and symposium are provided in the sphere, oceans, and land surface is now available due "Announcement/Call for Papers" section of this issue or to the development and implementation of new ob- on the AMS Web site (http://www.ametsoc.org/AMS). serving technologies. Significant advances in model- ing have also occurred that permit the study and The deadline for initial abstracts from authors is the prediction of environmental processes and phenom- first week in July (see each call for the specific date ena occurring on local-to-global scales. While theo- for that conference or symposium).• Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1203

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