The International Conference on Mesoscale Meteorology and TAMEX 36 December 1991, Taipei, Taiwan

The International Conference on Mesoscale Meteorology and TAMEX 36 December 1991, Taipei, Taiwan meeting review The International Conference on Mesoscale Meteorology and TAMEX 3- 6 December 1991, Taipei, Taiwan Ying-Hwa Kuo* and George T.-J. Chen+ 1. Introduction missions. Research using the dataset collected during TAMEX has provided new insight into the structure The past decade has witnessed major advances in and dynamics of the Mei-Yu front, subtropical me- mesoscale meteorology. The development of remote- soscale convective systems, and terrain-induced sensing instruments, such as wind profilers, radio mesoscale circulations. acoustic-sounding systems, next-generation Doppler In an effort to provide an international forum for the radars, and next-generation satellites allows us to disposition and discussion of various areas of me- sample the atmosphere with a temporal and spatial soscale meteorology, and to promote international resolution never before possible. With rapid advances scientific collaboration, which was crucial for the suc- in computing technology, high-resolution models are cess of TAMEX, the Meteorological Society of the capable of simulating mesoscale circulation systems Republic of China and the American Meteorological with an unprecedented degree of realism and accu- Society jointly organized the International Conference racy. The deployment of new observing systems and on Mesoscale Meteorology and TAMEX, which was the development of sophisticated numerical and theo- held 3-6 December http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

The International Conference on Mesoscale Meteorology and TAMEX 36 December 1991, Taipei, Taiwan

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meeting review The International Conference on Mesoscale Meteorology and TAMEX 3- 6 December 1991, Taipei, Taiwan Ying-Hwa Kuo* and George T.-J. Chen+ 1. Introduction missions. Research using the dataset collected during TAMEX has provided new insight into the structure The past decade has witnessed major advances in and dynamics of the Mei-Yu front, subtropical me- mesoscale meteorology. The development of remote- soscale convective systems, and terrain-induced sensing instruments, such as wind profilers, radio mesoscale circulations. acoustic-sounding systems, next-generation Doppler In an effort to provide an international forum for the radars, and next-generation satellites allows us to disposition and discussion of various areas of me- sample the atmosphere with a temporal and spatial soscale meteorology, and to promote international resolution never before possible. With rapid advances scientific collaboration, which was crucial for the suc- in computing technology, high-resolution models are cess of TAMEX, the Meteorological Society of the capable of simulating mesoscale circulation systems Republic of China and the American Meteorological with an unprecedented degree of realism and accu- Society jointly organized the International Conference racy. The deployment of new observing systems and on Mesoscale Meteorology and TAMEX, which was the development of sophisticated numerical and theo- held 3-6 December

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