erative Program for Operational Meteorological Edu- cation and Training (COMET), NCAR Advanced Study This paper describes a workshop on instruction in mesoscaie and synoptic meteorology organized by the Unidata Users Commit- Program (ASP), and Stormscale Operational and Re- tee and held 18-21 June 1991 at the University of Colorado, search Meteorology (STORM) Project, and held 18- Boulder, Colorado. The primary goal of the workshop was to ex- 21 June 1991 at the University of Colorado in Boulder, change teaching and research methods and software using Unidata, Colorado. COMET, and related technologies, and to identify steps to increase A number of events motivated the organization of the effectiveness of Unidata and COMET programs in improving instruction and research in mesoscaie and synoptic meteorology. the workshop. During the summer of 1988, the NCAR The workshop documented the significant positive impact that Advanced Study Program sponsored a one-week Unidata MclDAS, SDM, GEMPAK, and campus distribution soft- workshop on synoptic meteorology instruction. Syn- ware was making on university instruction and introduced COMET optic meteorology instructors from a diverse cross and STORM software to the community. Presentations at the section of academic programs gathered at NCAR to workshop gave overwhelming evidence of the success
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Sep 1, 1992
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