Meetings/Workshops on Meteorology and Climate Change in the United States (USA)
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American Meteorological Society's 97th Annual Meeting
22 Jan 2017 - 26 Jan 2017
Each year, more than 3,500 scientists, educators, students, and other professionals from across the weather, water, and climate community come together to share, learn, network, and make a difference. Over forty conferences and symposia are planned, each will have oral and poster presentations related to this year’s theme,“Observations Lead the Way” as well as general topics related to weather, water and climate.
Jennifer Ives; Phone: [617-227-2426, ext. 3974]; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
meteorology, hydrology, oceanography, climate change, weather forecasting, artificial intelligence, space weather, societal applications, lidar, new energy, satellite data assimilation, observations and instrumentation, high performance computing
Planetary Boundary Layers in Atmospheres, Oceans, and Ice on Earth and Moons
02 Apr 2018 - 22 Jun 2018
Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics, Santa Bar, United States
The exchange of energy, mass, and other important quantities across interfaces is a fundamental physical problem spanning all of the natural sciences. Boundary and interfacial layers often exert controlling influence on these exchanges. Interfacial and boundary layers are often characterized by a change of phase, and through spray, bubbles, melting/freezing, and other vigorous mixing or forcing, the coexistence of multiple phases can become important. This program will focus on key questions that illustrate the generality of the interaction phenomenon and facilitate the synthesis of ideas and techniques from different disciplines.
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Last updated: 11 December 2016