Sevent h Conferenc e o n Satellite Meteorolog y an d Oceanography Eric A. Smith* and Thomas F. Lee+ and the Naval Research Laboratory. A key aspect of Abstrac t this conference was the tremendous emphasis on The Seventh American Meteorological Society Conference on microwave remote sensing, in that some 40% of the Satellite Meteorology and Oceanography was held from 4 to 10 June papers involved theoretical or applied research prob- in Monterey, California, with over 300 specialists attending. Approxi- lems in the centimeter-millimeter spectrum. The pre- mately 215 talks and poster presentations divided into 9 main print volume was dedicated to the recently deceased sessions and 21 subsessions were presented during the week. The conference was held jointly with the Ninth Conference on the Henry E. Fleming and William E. Shenk. Both were Middle Atmosphere. longtime members of the satellite meteorology com- munity; synopses of their scientific contributions to the field prepared by W. Planet and A. Negri can be found at the beginning of the preprint volume. 1. Introduction The important themes of this conference were the hydrological cycle and its scientific manifestation within the context of atmospheric and surface remote sens- 2 . Sessio n summaries
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Published: Mar 1, 1995
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