Organization of the Joint Conferences on Numerical Weather Prediction and Severe Local Storms

Organization of the Joint Conferences on Numerical Weather Prediction and Severe Local Storms correspondence The layout of the meeting rooms and supporting Organization of the Joint Conferences facilities—one of the most important criteria in se- on Numerical Weather Prediction and lecting the site—was conducive to close interaction Severe Local Storms between conference participants. Whe n not in joint session, two numerical weather prediction sessions Henry E. Fuelberg* and James E. Hoket and one storms session usually were being conducted simultaneously. The two meeting rooms for the nu- Increasing specialization is one characteristic of our merical weather prediction conference were directly rapidly advancing field. The tendency for us to work across a hall from the larger room housing the storms in rather narrowly defined areas and only with those conference. In fact, this larger room could accom- wh o have similar interests often makes it appear that modate participants from both conferences, thereby there are rigid walls separating both individuals and facilitating the numerous joint sessions. Refreshments disciplines. AM S is attempting to lower these walls, for the breaks were located in a spacious hall and in partly by having joint conferences of differing groups. an adjacent smaller fourth room in which posters were Based on the favorable comments we received as set http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

Organization of the Joint Conferences on Numerical Weather Prediction and Severe Local Storms

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American Meteorological Society
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10.1175/1520-0477-70.9.1140
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correspondence The layout of the meeting rooms and supporting Organization of the Joint Conferences facilities—one of the most important criteria in se- on Numerical Weather Prediction and lecting the site—was conducive to close interaction Severe Local Storms between conference participants. Whe n not in joint session, two numerical weather prediction sessions Henry E. Fuelberg* and James E. Hoket and one storms session usually were being conducted simultaneously. The two meeting rooms for the nu- Increasing specialization is one characteristic of our merical weather prediction conference were directly rapidly advancing field. The tendency for us to work across a hall from the larger room housing the storms in rather narrowly defined areas and only with those conference. In fact, this larger room could accom- wh o have similar interests often makes it appear that modate participants from both conferences, thereby there are rigid walls separating both individuals and facilitating the numerous joint sessions. Refreshments disciplines. AM S is attempting to lower these walls, for the breaks were located in a spacious hall and in partly by having joint conferences of differing groups. an adjacent smaller fourth room in which posters were Based on the favorable comments we received as set

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Sep 1, 1989

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