ture and velocity. Continuous measurements of the ington, D.C. 20001; telephone: 202-383-2500; e- current structure of these eddies were made with mail: email@example.com. satellite-tracked drifter buoys. Historical and recent International Workshop satellite altimetry provided an analysis of these eddies in the Gulf of Mexico from 1983 to 1989 Th e international workshop on MST (mesos- and during the last two years (1994 and 1995) of phere-stratosphere-troposphere ) radar, held ap- the program. proximately every two years, is an event that draws The related study reports are entitled "Louisiana/ together experts from all over the globe who are Texas Shelf Physical Oceanography Program: Eddy engage d in or want to learn about research and Circulation Study Annual Report: Year 1" (OCS study development of radar techniques to study the me- MMS 94-0027) and "Louisiana/Texas Shelf Physical sosphere , stratosphere, troposphere, and iono- Oceanography Program: Eddy Circulation Study An- sphere, as well as scientific results from those stud- nual Report: Year 2" (OCS study MMS 95-0027). ies. The meeting, the Eighth International Work- MMS also has published the report "Analysis of shop on Technical and Scientific Aspects of MST Ambient Pollutant Concentrations and Meteorologi- Radar, will convene on 15-20 December 1997 at cal Conditions Affecting EPA Class I and II Areas in the Hotel Ashok in Bangalore, India. It offers op- Southeastern Louisiana" (OCS study MMS 96-0062 portunities to young scientists, research students, and 96-0063). The report contains two volumes: vol- and new professionals to interact with experts on ume I is the technical report and volume II is the ap- the technical and scientific aspects of MST radar. pendixes. The topics of the workshop deal with radar scatter- The report covers a monitoring program to mea- ing processes in the atmosphere and ionosphere; winds; sure air quality in and near the Breton National Wil- waves and turbulence in the lower and middle atmo- derness Area (BNWA) conducted over the summer of sphere; meteorological phenomena and applications, 1994. The measurements sampled sulfur dioxide and such as wind profilers, boundary layer radars, and nitrogen dioxide along with atmospheric winds and networks; and major scientific, technical, and signal other meteorological variables. processing achievements and highlights from the MST These reports can be obtained from MMS, Gulf of radar facilities in the world. Mexico OCS Region, Public Information Office (MS In addition, a School on Atmospheric Radar (S AR ) 5034), 1201 Elmwood Park Blvd., New Orleans, LA will be held in conjunction with the workshop. It will 70123-2394; telephone: 504-736-2519 or 800-200- conven e at the National MST Radar Facility at GULF; URL: http://www.mms.gov. Gadanki/Tirupati, India, 10-13 December 1997. Anyone interested in receiving further information American Wind Energy Association about the workshop or SAR should contact S. C. Announces Program for WindPower 1997 Chakravarty, Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO Headquarters), Antariksh Bhavan, New BEL The Preliminary Program and registration informa- tion for the WindPower 1997 conference is now avail- Road, Bangalore 560 094 India; telephone: 91 80 able from the American Wind Energy Association. The 3416271 ; fax: 91 80 3419190; e-mail: scc@ conference will be held 15-18 June 1997 at the Re- isro.ernet.in. naissance Austin Hotel in Austin, Texas. The spon- sors include the American Wind Energy Association, the U.S. Department of Energy, and the National Re- ^IfPW newable Energy Laboratory. This conference marks the 27th annual conference for the American Wind * \ Energy Association and the industry. The program includes sessions at a glance, prelimi- nary program, preconference seminar information, ex- MDIOitfllOfflMOVfll hibition hours, the awards banquet schedule, and reg- istration instructions. For a copy of the preliminary program and/or a registration form, contact Donna 154 George M. Bridgers 1997 Ancypa, Membership Assistant, the American Wind Energy Association, 122 C St., NW, 4th Floor, Wash- 94 5 Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: May 1, 1997
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