Boston, USA

2019 Joint EUMETSAT/AMS/NOAA Satellite Conference

Shaping the Future Together – Providing Observations for the Coupled Earth System
2019 EUMETSAT Meteorological Satellite Conference
23rd AMS Satellite Meteorology, Oceanography and Climatology Conference
2019 NOAA Satellite Users Conference

The conference organizers are particularly interested in soliciting papers on the improved use of satellite data for analyzing and predicting the weather, ocean/coastal/water regimes, climate, and the environment. Major areas of interest (and anticipated sessions) include:

  • New Satellite Systems and Instrumentation
  • Status of Satellite Products and Data Access
  • Oceanography and Marine Meteorology
  • Significance of Satellite Data for monitoring the Polar Regions
  • Impact of Satellite Data on Nowcasting and Short Range Weather Forecasting
  • Quantifying Impact of Weather Extremes in a Changing Climate
  • Training and User Preparation
  • Air Quality and Atmospheric Composition

Please submit your abstract electronically online at http://ams.confex.com/ams/ by the deadline date of 8 March 2019. An abstract fee of $95 (payable by credit card or purchase order) is required at the time of submission.

Student Funding

Three Young Student Travel Awards (YSTA) are available to aid students in their participation at the Joint Satellite Conference. Please see full announcement here: https://www.emetsoc.org/awards/award-category/young-scientist-travel-awards/

AMS will provide two non-presenting students with Travel Grants for travel to Boston for the 2019 Joint Satellite Conference.  For more information and to apply by 9 August, please visit: AMS Student Travel Grant.

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