meeting reviews

meeting reviews meeting review Summary of the Advanced Studies Institute on the Meteorological Aspects of Emergency Response, September 29-30, 1988, Charleston, South Carolina Mark L. Kramer* and William Porcht Conference Co-chairmen emergency response. The invited speakers' papers 1. Introduction formed the short-course notes. Summaries of posters, including applications of new The Advance d Studies Institute on the Meteorological Aspects of Emergency Response was held in Charles- meteorological tools in post-analysis of emergency ton, South Carolina, following the American Nuclear response, model applications, and personal experi- Society's Topical Meeting on Emergency Response— ences of using meteorology in actual emergency-re- Planning, Technologies, & Implementation. It was sponse situations were presented by Kirsti Jylha of sponsored by the AM S Committee on Meteorological Finland, Anthony J. Sadar of the Allegheny County Aspects of Air Pollution and organized by the co- Health Department, Barbara Stunder of NOAA's Air chairmen. There wer e 85 persons (meteorologists and Resources Laboratory, S. M. Daggupaty of Atmo- spheric Environment Service, Canada, and Randolph non-meteorologists) in attendance, consisting of util- Evans of ENSCO , Inc. ity representatives, national laboratory scientists, fed- eral, state and local agency officials, and consultants. The program consisted of six invited talks with lengthy question and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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meeting review Summary of the Advanced Studies Institute on the Meteorological Aspects of Emergency Response, September 29-30, 1988, Charleston, South Carolina Mark L. Kramer* and William Porcht Conference Co-chairmen emergency response. The invited speakers' papers 1. Introduction formed the short-course notes. Summaries of posters, including applications of new The Advance d Studies Institute on the Meteorological Aspects of Emergency Response was held in Charles- meteorological tools in post-analysis of emergency ton, South Carolina, following the American Nuclear response, model applications, and personal experi- Society's Topical Meeting on Emergency Response— ences of using meteorology in actual emergency-re- Planning, Technologies, & Implementation. It was sponse situations were presented by Kirsti Jylha of sponsored by the AM S Committee on Meteorological Finland, Anthony J. Sadar of the Allegheny County Aspects of Air Pollution and organized by the co- Health Department, Barbara Stunder of NOAA's Air chairmen. There wer e 85 persons (meteorologists and Resources Laboratory, S. M. Daggupaty of Atmo- spheric Environment Service, Canada, and Randolph non-meteorologists) in attendance, consisting of util- Evans of ENSCO , Inc. ity representatives, national laboratory scientists, fed- eral, state and local agency officials, and consultants. The program consisted of six invited talks with lengthy question and

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