Plan a Visit to the Exhibits While Attending the AMS 81st Annual Meeting

Plan a Visit to the Exhibits While Attending the AMS 81st Annual Meeting from headquarters It has been stated many times that the AMS Annual those companies that are contributors to the Schol- Meeting Exhibit Program offers the largest array of arship/Fellowship Programs. While previewing the products and services for the atmospheric and related guide, make a list of the companies of most inter- sciences. Certainly this is true for the AMS 81st An- est to you. Prioritize the list as to which are most nual Meeting in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 14-19 important. January 2001 at the Albuquerque Convention Center. 3) Make a list of your questions for the exhibiting Well over 100 exhibiting companies occupying more companies you plan to visit. than 300 booths will exhibit products and services in- 4) Be sure to take a supply of business cards when vis- cluding instrumentation, observation systems, sensors iting the exhibits. and remote sensoring systems, information manage- 5) Keep a notepad or diary handy to note your dis- ment, weather warning support systems, data process- cussions, observations, and questions. ing, and a variety of weather analysis products. 6) Be sure to allow time in your schedule to revisit To make the most of your time at the exhibits, it is those exhibits http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

Plan a Visit to the Exhibits While Attending the AMS 81st Annual Meeting

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from headquarters It has been stated many times that the AMS Annual those companies that are contributors to the Schol- Meeting Exhibit Program offers the largest array of arship/Fellowship Programs. While previewing the products and services for the atmospheric and related guide, make a list of the companies of most inter- sciences. Certainly this is true for the AMS 81st An- est to you. Prioritize the list as to which are most nual Meeting in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 14-19 important. January 2001 at the Albuquerque Convention Center. 3) Make a list of your questions for the exhibiting Well over 100 exhibiting companies occupying more companies you plan to visit. than 300 booths will exhibit products and services in- 4) Be sure to take a supply of business cards when vis- cluding instrumentation, observation systems, sensors iting the exhibits. and remote sensoring systems, information manage- 5) Keep a notepad or diary handy to note your dis- ment, weather warning support systems, data process- cussions, observations, and questions. ing, and a variety of weather analysis products. 6) Be sure to allow time in your schedule to revisit To make the most of your time at the exhibits, it is those exhibits

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