meeting review Report on a Symposium on Air-Se a Interaction and Air Mass Modification over the Gulf of Mexico 7- 9 January 1991, Galveston, Texas James R. Scoggins*, Joe Arellano, Jr.*, Bernard Esposito**, G. Alan Johnson***, and Kenneth C. Brundidge+ tion; 3) Modeling, and; 4) Forecasting. It was recog- 1. Introduction nized by the planning committee that overlap between the sessions was inevitable, but this breakdown This symposium was held on 7- 9 January 1991 in seemed to best characterize the papers and the Galveston, Texas, and was sponsored by the Texas themes of the symposium. Institute of Oceanography (TIO), the Institute for Naval Oceanography (INO), the National Weather Service- Southern Region (NWS-SR), and the Cooperative Institute for Applied Meteorological Studies (CIAMS), 3. Session summaries Texas A&M University. A planning committee com- posed of representatives from these organizations a. Session 1. measurements. (James R. Scoggins, selected topics and speakers, and planned the format CIAMS, chair) of the symposium. All speakers were invited and a The first paper "Analysis of Gulf of Mexico return flow discussant was assigned to initiate a stimulating dis- in the cool season using satellite imagery," was au- cussion of each paper. Forty-five minutes were allot-
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jun 1, 1991
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