Northeastern Storm Conference (Saratoga), 2nd Workshop Severe Convection & Climate (NYC) and DC Forum on Risk Mgmt

2nd Workshop on Severe Convection and Climate

March 9-10, 2016
Columbia University, New York, NY

The workshop is intended for all in academia, government, and the private sector with an interest in understanding the latest science behind the risk from severe convective storms. The workshop will showcase the latest research on severe convective storms (tornadoes, hail and damaging wind) and their connections with the climate system on all time scales. The workshop will feature invited keynote talks, a limited number of contributed talks, panel discussions, and a poster session, as well as substantial breaks and opportunities for networking and unstructured discussion.

http://extremeweather.columbia.edu/events/severeconvection2016/

Subject: Northeastern Storm Conference Call for Papers (See attachment)

The Lyndon State College Chapter of the American Meteorological Society and National Weather Association invites you to attend the 41st Annual Northeastern Storm Conference (NESC). Paper and poster abstracts are now being accepted for the conference, which will be held Friday, March 4 through Sunday, March 6, 2016 at the Holiday Inn in Saratoga Springs, New York. Attached you’ll find information for NESC including keynote speakers and important dates. We have been working hard to organize this meeting, and hope you’ll join us in March!

Anthony Macari

Lyndon State College AMS & NWA President

LSC Box 7779 – 1001 College Road

Lyndonville, VT 05851

Anthony.Macari

401-626-7247

41st_NESC_CallForPapers.pdf

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