Scientists, students and community stakeholders will convene at the Geophysical Institute this Tuesday and Wednesday, March 13 -14, to discuss air pollution among other topics related to the region's weather and environment.
The 2012 Alaska Weather Symposium will provide a forum for sharing operational and research information specifically related to the themes of air quality, data assimilation, high resolution modeling in complex terrain, observations/monitoring challenges and weather-scale sea ice.
The two-day workshop is to be held in the Elvey Auditorium on the West Ridge of the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus. The symposium is sponsored by the Alaska Region NOAA National Weather Service, the Arctic Region Super Computing Center, the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at UAF, the Geophysical Institute and the International Arctic Research Center.
See the workshop agenda here: