National Severe Weather Workshop 2005
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A national forum for academia, emergency management, media, and NOAA to exchange information and techniques for public safety during severe weather.

March 2-4, 2006

Reed Center

5800 Will Rogers
Midwest City, Oklahoma


Breakout Sessions
The Breakout Sessions consist of six one-hour sessions.
Each session will be presented six times over the Thursday-Friday period, allowing you to attend all six sessions.

Basic Meteorology and Weather Forecasting
Dale Morris,
Oklahoma Climatological Survey

An Introduction to Severe Weather Forecasting
Steve Corfidi,
NOAA NWS Storm Prediction Center

Radar Imagery Interpretation 101
Dr. Kevin Kloesel,
University of Oklahoma

Emergency Management 101
Gayland Kitch,
Oklahoma Emergency Management Association

Fire Weather 101
Dr. Phillip Bothwell,
NOAA NWS Storm Prediction Center

Google Earth as a GIS Platform
for Weather Applications

Travis Smith,
University of Oklahoma CIMMS/NSSL
 

Agenda subject to change.
Any changes will be posted here if they occur.


 

Updated January 11, 2006

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