201 0 Annual Meeting 17-21 January 2010 Atlanta , Georgia PRELIMINARY PROGRAM he 90th AMS Annual Meeting will be held 17-21 Th e specialty conferences, symposia, and special January 2010 at th e Georgia World Congress Center session s that compose the 2010 Annua l Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia. Eric Barron, Ed Olenic, and presen t an enormous number of potential topics of Marshall Shepherd are the 2010 Annua l Meeting Co- interes t that have bearing on the meeting's theme. chairpersons, leading the organization of th e meeting. Thes e include advances in modeling, fro m local to regiona l an d larger scales and fro m deterministi c to Th e 2010 Annua l Meeting is bein g organized aroun d the broa d them e of "Weather, Climate, and ensemble prediction; communicatio n to stakeholders Society: New Demand s on Science and Services/' tha t addresses issues of policy, operations, and new Recent international, national, an d regional assess- opportunities ; data collection, interpretation, and ments , as well as recent observed trends, make it assimilation ; research of anomalou s weather and clear that the weather and climate of the twenty- climate events; mitigation and
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Nov 1, 2009
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