meeting review The Fourth AMS Conference on Mesoscale Processes 25-29 June 1990, Boulder, Colorado Daniel Keyser Program Chairman, Department of Atmospheric Science, State University of New York at Albany, Albany, NY 12222 1. Introduction gested for this configuration. He then showed the results of a 20-km mesh-length simulation of the storm The Fourth AMS Conference on Mesoscale Proc- documented during Intensive Observing Period #4 esses was held at the Clarion Harvest House in (IOP-4) of the Experiment on Rapidly Intensifying Boulder, Colorado, 25-29 June 1990, in conjunction Cyclones over the Atlantic (ERICA). This particular with the Fifth AMS Conference on Mountain Meteorol- storm displayed much of the structure of the concep- ogy. The conference provided an international forum tual model. Close examination of observational mate- for portraying the contemporary landscape of the rial showed, however, that within this mesoscale fron- discipline of mesoscale meteorology, in particular the tal structure there was variability on even smaller status of basic understanding of mesoscale phenom- scales, yet to be understood or modeled numerically. ena and processes from observational, numerical- P. Neiman and M. Shapiro presented a synoptic modeling, and theoretical points of view. Toward this overview of the ERICA IOP-4 storm and
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