2010 AMS Summer Community Meeting
9–12 August 2010
The Pennsylvania State University · University Park, Pennsylvania
Sponsors of the 2010 Summer Community Meeting
AccuWeather, Inc.
American Weather and Climate Industry Association
Millersville University of PA Earth Sciences Department
Penn State University Meteorology Department
UCAR Office of Government Affairs
Purpose of the Annual Summer Community Meetings

The American Meteorological Society, its Commission on the Weather and Climate Enterprise, and its Board on Enterprise Communication are proud to work with AMS Community members from all sectors (public, private, and academic), on a continuing basis, to advance the ability of the weather, water, and climate Community to meet our nation's, and the world's demand for products and services relating to weather, water, climate, and other closely allied fields. An important tool to help accomplish this objective is the AMS Summer Community Meeting. Held each August, at a location that is home to a concentration of Community members, the AMS Summer Community Meeting provides a venue for discussing timely topics of broad Community interest.

Theme of the 2010 Summer Community Meeting
Weather and Climate Risk: Signs, Uncertainty, and Outcome

One of the biggest challenges faced by our Community is utilizing the vast amount of data and information we have accumulated to assist in making the most difficult decisions businesses and society face in some of the most critical situations. At stake are hundreds of billions of dollars and the safety of countless lives. Are we, as a Community, prepared to effectively rise to the challenges? We take a look at:


This meeting provides insight toward the next steps of coordinated, effective action across all members of our Community to address weather and climate risk.

Agenda
Agenda, with links to speaker profiles
(.pdf; updated 3 July 2011)
Participant Profiles
Profiles of the Meeting Participants
with links to slide presentations
(updated 1 September 2010)
Registration
Meeting registration is now closed
Slide Presentations
Please follow the links from the participant profiles
Other Meeting Information
Monday Morning Pre-Meeting Activities (.pdf)
Parking Information (.pdf)
Area Map (11x8.5; .pdf)
Campus Map (17x11; .pdf)
Other Things to Do (.pdf)
The dress code is business casual
Business attire is acceptable too


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