meeting reviews

meeting reviews meeting review Summary of the Second InterAmerican Meteorological Congress Vincente Barros Congress Chairman 1. Introduction J. Smagorinsky of AMS, Ines Velasco of CAM, and Humberto Rodriguez of OMMAC. The Second InterAmerican Meteorological Congress During the week before the congress, around 50 scientists from the region participated in a workshop was held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from 30 No- to consider the research on numerical weather fore- vember to 4 December 1987. The congress was or- casting and in the climatic variability of South Amer- ganized by the Centro Argentino de Meteorologos (CAM), the Sociedade Brasileira de Meteorologia ica. The workshop was part of the Second Inter- (SBMET), the American Meteorological Society (AMS), American Meteorological Congress and was chaired the Organizacion Mexicana de Meteorologos (OM- by I. Orlansky. The subjects of climatic variability in MAC), the Sociedad Colombiana de Meteorologia South America were chaired by Divino Moura, di- (SOCOLMET), and received the support of the Lati- rector of the Brazilian Institute of Meteorology. noamerican Federation of Meteorological Societies. There were 14 invited conference papers: At the same time, CAM held the Fifth Argentine Me- 1. J. Smagorinsky. "Opportunities for Latinoam- teorological Congress. erican Involvement in Numerical Weather The main subject 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 Second InterAmerican Meteorological Congress Vincente Barros Congress Chairman 1. Introduction J. Smagorinsky of AMS, Ines Velasco of CAM, and Humberto Rodriguez of OMMAC. The Second InterAmerican Meteorological Congress During the week before the congress, around 50 scientists from the region participated in a workshop was held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from 30 No- to consider the research on numerical weather fore- vember to 4 December 1987. The congress was or- casting and in the climatic variability of South Amer- ganized by the Centro Argentino de Meteorologos (CAM), the Sociedade Brasileira de Meteorologia ica. The workshop was part of the Second Inter- (SBMET), the American Meteorological Society (AMS), American Meteorological Congress and was chaired the Organizacion Mexicana de Meteorologos (OM- by I. Orlansky. The subjects of climatic variability in MAC), the Sociedad Colombiana de Meteorologia South America were chaired by Divino Moura, di- (SOCOLMET), and received the support of the Lati- rector of the Brazilian Institute of Meteorology. noamerican Federation of Meteorological Societies. There were 14 invited conference papers: At the same time, CAM held the Fifth Argentine Me- 1. J. Smagorinsky. "Opportunities for Latinoam- teorological Congress. erican Involvement in Numerical Weather The main subject

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