ADVANCING RENEWABLES IN THE MIDWEST BY CHRISTOPHER S. FOLTZ, STEVEN A . LACK, NEIL I. Fox , ANTHON Y R. LUPO, AN D JAY R . HASHEIDER iven the rising costs of fossil fuels, and their role FIRST CONFERENCE ON ADVANCING RENEWABLES IN in polluting the environment, including the atmosphere, there is an increasing body of THE MIDWEST interdisciplinary research devoted to examining the WHAT: Public, private, and academic sectors from resources of the midwestern United States to deter- across the Midwest gathered for the first time mine whether energy alternatives, such as wind or t o discuss alternative energy resources and their solar energy, are economically and naturally feasible feasibility for use in the region. for use in this region (information available online at WHEN: 29 March 2006 www.dnr.mo.gov/energy/renewables/wind-energy. WHERE: Columbia, Missouri htm). This necessarily must include the study o f long- term trends in climate as well as the intraseasonal and interannual variability of relevant atmospheric as this one, which bring together operational, private, quantities. Also, a better understanding of the clima- and research sectors to discuss technological and en- tological frequency and structure of the low-level jet vironmental issues in order to find common interests, (from
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