WHAT: 27th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology
WHEN: April 24-28, 2006
WHERE: Hyatt Regency Resort and Conference Center, Monterey, California
During the four-day symposium, scientists from around the globe will discuss all aspects of hurricanes and tropical systems. The topics will include storms structure; current research projects; predicting seasonal variability; the 2005 Atlantic hurricane season; advances in hurricane modeling; risk management; related issues such as flooding, storm surge and excessive rainfall; and understanding the relationship and impact of climate change.
The complete program is available on the American Meteorological Society Web site at http://www.ametsoc.org/meet/fainst/200627hurricanes.html
There will be a special panel discussion on Tuesday, April 25 starting at 7 p.m. on the long-term variations in tropical cyclone activity – possible causes and effects. Speakers include:
Media are invited to attend the sessions and interview the experts. All media must register at the main AMS registration desk to receive access to the meeting.
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