MEETIN G SUMMARIES PROGRESS TOWARD MEETING THE CHALLENGES OF OUR COASTAL URBAN FUTURE BY JULIE PULLEN, JASON CHING, DAVID SAILOR, WILLIAM THOMPSON, BO B BORNSTEIN, AND DARKO KORACIN oasta l urban regions are a nexus for climate TH E SEVENTH CONFERENCE ON COASTAL chang e effects, extrem e weather impacts, chemical/biological threats, an d air quality issues C ATMOSPHERIC AND OCEANIC PREDICTION AND as the global population increasingly concentrates PROCESSES, AND THE SEVENTH SYMPOSIUM in cities and megacities at the land-water interface. ON THE URBAN ENVIRONMENT Sophisticated observational and modeling tools for th e coastal urban oceanic and atmospheric domain WHAT: More than 160 researchers met jointly to are emerging to confront these diverse hazards. A survey the state of the science in addressing coordinated interdisciplinary survey of the applica- the challenges faced by the growing coastal and tions of these tools to assess past and futur e changes urban centers around the world. to the physical environment (air, water, land) sur- WHEN: 9-13 September 2007 roundin g urban centers was a primar y goal of our WHERE: San Diego, California joint coastal-urban conference. Close integration of the Seventh Conference on Coasta l Atmospheric and Oceanic Prediction and each
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Nov 1, 2008
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