HEETING SUMMARIES I ITH AMS CONFERENCE ON SATELLITE METEOROLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY BY CHRISTOPHE R VELDEN, LARRY DIGIROLAMO , MARY GLACKIN, JEFFREY HAWKINS , GAR Y JEDLOVEC, THOMAS LEE , GRAN T PETTY, ROBERT PLANTE, ANTHON Y REALE, AN D JOH N ZAPOTOCNY The global satellite community gathered in Madison, Wisconsin, t o learn about the latest advances in satellite-borne instrumentation and exchange ideas on research applications ranging from fire monitoring t o deriving winds over the polar regions The American Meteorological Society (AMS) sions, complemented by invited oral presentations held its 11th Conference on Satellite Meteorology that served to provide the theme for each of the ses- and Oceanography at the Monon a Terrace Con- sions. In total, there were 26 invited oral talks, 150 post- vention Center in Madison, Wisconsin, during 15- ers, and 1 pane l discussion. The program for the 11th 18 October 2001. Surrounded by inspirational designs Conference on Satellite Meteorology and Oceanog- by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the meeting raphy can be viewed in the August 2001 issue of BAMS. focused on several broad topics related to remote The purpose of the conference, typically held ev- sensing from space. The format continued the
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Nov 1, 2002
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