Video Lending Library

 

AMS Headquarters is in the process of compiling a list of videos available for chapter use. We will add new videos to the list as they become available. If your chapter would like to borrow a tape, please contact Kelly S. Garvey at 617-227-2426 ext. 215 or kgarvey@ametsoc.org. The video(s) may be borrowed for 2 months. When you receive the video, it will indicate the return date. Please make every effort to return the video(s) on time so that they may be available for other chapters.

81st Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, NM
Topic: Luncheon Address: “Worlds Apart – The Challenge of communicating Science through the Media to the Public”
Speakers: Jim Hartz, Arlington VA; Rick Chappell, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
Running time: 52 min
Number of copies: 1

81st Annual Meeting, 2001 - Albuquerque, NM
Topic: The First Presidential Policy Forum
Speakers: James Kimpel, Bill Colely, Darius Gaskins, Dennis O’Brien, Robert M. White, Alan Bromley, John Dutton, Jack Kelly
Running time: approx. 3 hours (three tapes)
Number of copies: 1

80th Annual Meeting Luncheon (AMS Annual Meeting in Long Beach, 11 January 2000)
Introductory Remarks: George Frederick, AMS President
Speaker: D. James Baker, Administrator for NOAA, Silver Spring, MD
Topic: Climate Change Research
Other Luncheon Events: The Formation of the European Meteorological Society Rene Morin, President of the European Meteorological Society
Introduction of AMS Scholarship and Fellowship Recipients and Sponsors
Running time: 46 minutes
Number of copies available: 8

80th Annual Meeting (Town Meeting - 9 January 2000)
Topic: NASA's Earth Science Programs
Speaker: Daniel S. Goldin, Administrator, NASA
Running time: 44 minutes
Number of copies available: 8

80th Annual Meeting (Town Meeting - 9 January 2000)
Topic: What comes after the National Weather Service Modernization?
Speaker: Brig. Gen. John E. Kelly, Director, National Weather Service
Running time: 59 minutes
Number of copies available: 9

Walter Orr Roberts Memorial Lecture (AMS Annual Meeting in Dallas, 14 January 1999)
Speaker: Richard C.J. Somerville, University of California-San Diego, La Jolla, California
Topic: "Can Climate Models be Trusted?"
Running time: 42 minutes
Number of copies available: 3

AMS Annual Meeting Luncheon (AMS Annual Meeting in Dallas, 12 January 1999)
Speaker: James Fleming, Colby College, Waterville, Maine
Topic: "Why the History of Science is Important to Science"
Running time: 30 minutes
Number of copies available: 3

 




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