- Meeting or Conference
- European Meteorological Society (EMS)
- 09-13 Sep 2013
- United Kingdom (The University of Reading)
- Palmer Building
Reading RG6 6UR
High Impact Weather: Working in Partnerships to Reduce Risk.
The EMS & ECAM meetings aim at fostering exchange and cross-fertilisation of ideas in the meteorological, climatological and related communities, focusing particularly on strategic issues relevant to the future of meteorology in Europe.
The theme emphasises the partnership dimension of meteorological services. Developing and sharing skills, technology and infrastructure across organisations is required to achieve maximum utility from knowledge of the weather, in particular in high impact situation.
The ECAM-sessions address how to develop multi-hazard partnerships and impact-based warnings. Working in partnership to reduce risk to the public and the infrastructure requires:
-consciousness on how forecasters express advice and warnings
-knowledge of specific requirements of the customers
-impact-based verification of forecasts and warnings
-efficient and transparent communication in high impact weather situations
How to register
Scientists, who wish to apply for either the EMS YSTA or a registration fee waiver must be the principal author of their contribution and must submit an abstract by 13 March 2013. For the submission of your abstract/application, please enter the Session Programme, select the programme group and session you would like to submit your abstract to, and use the link "Abstract Submission" associated with that session. Within the abstract submission tool, please tick the support scheme you want to apply for.
Abstract processing fee - €30 (gross must be paid for each abstract submission)
Please see the Registration Fee Waiver at: http://www.ems2013.net/awards_and_waivers.html
- Climate Change, Early Warning, Information Management, Advocacy & Media, Critical Infrastructure
- United Kingdom