Fifth International Symposium on Tropospheric Profiling Peter T. May Bureau of Meteorology Research Centre, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia The Fifth International Symposium on Tropo- fering an opportunity for extended interaction with spheric Profiling was held in Adelaide, Australia, authors. between 4 and 8 December 2000. The focus of this Members of the community organize these sym- meeting is on research and operational needs, and on posia independently, but with cooperation from the available technologies relating to the profiling of wind, major societies such as the American Meteorological temperature, humidity, aerosols, and clouds. The first Society. The Adelaide meeting brought together 90 of these meetings was held in Boulder, Colorado, in leading scientists from around the world. The meet- 1998 with a focus primarily on wind profilers. Since ing also included invited talks from the numerical then it has grown and broadened to include strong modeling and operational meteorological communi- representation from the satellite, lidar, passive ground- ties with the focus on needs as well as technologies. based systems, and cloud radar communities. As its A number of the papers presented at the meeting will name indicates, the main aim and challenge of the be included in a special edition of
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Dec 1, 2001
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