mountain meteorology

mountain meteorology

[′mau̇nt·ən ‚mēd·ē·ə′räl·ə·jē]
(meteorology)
The branch of meteorology that studies the effects of mountains on the atmosphere, ranging over all scales of motion.
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One group consisted of mountain meteorology experts, the other two of master's degree students who had taken mountain meteorology courses, and a further two of objective algorithms.
The first group (most of them are coauthors of this paper) consisted of 26 seasoned experts in mountain meteorology from different continents with operational or research backgrounds and thus a broad range of concepts of what constitutes foehn.
It was emphasized that India should provide leadership in regional capacity building, severe weather, mountain meteorology and climate services.
DeMarco Application of a Thorpe Length Scale- North Carolina State Based Approach for Estimating Refractive University Index Structure Parameter Profiles in the Atmosphere 17th Conference on Mountain Meteorology, 27 june-l July 2016, Burlington, Vermont Best Student Oral Presentations Maximo Q.
Scoleri is majoring in meteorology at the University of Northern Colorado where he is focusing his studies on weather forecasting, fire weather, and mountain meteorology.
She has served on many AMS committees (Mountain Meteorology, Continuing Education), has chaired AMS sessions, and was chair of the Board of Certified Consulting Meteorologists (CCM).
on Mountain Meteorology, 27 June-1 July, Burlington, Vermont Abstract deadline: 29 February 2016 Preregistration deadline: 31 May 2016 Manuscript deadline: 1 August 2016 Initial announcement published: July 2015
"We're developing a Capitol Hill briefing on flooding, and the Hydrology, Mountain Meteorology, and Coastal Environment STAC Committee chairs had lots of great recommendations for speakers and topics."
Cheeks is majoring in computer science and applied mathematics at Marshall University where he is studying numerical modeling and mountain meteorology.