25 – 29 June 2018, Santa Fe, New Mexico
La Fonda on the Plaza
Abstract Deadline: Has been extended to 23 February, 2018
Acceptance E-mails Sent Out & Program is Posted: Late–March, 2018
Registration & Hotel Reservations Open: Early–April, 2018
Hotel Reservation Deadline: 21 May, 2018
Pre-Registration Deadline: 21 May, 2018
No Registration Refund After: 18 June, 2018
Extended Abstract Deadline: 29 July, 2018
The 18th Conference on Mountain Meteorology is hosted by the American Meteorological Society and organized by the Committee on Mountain Meteorology.
There are several sponsorship opportunities available at the 18th Conference on Mountain Meteorology. All sponsors will receive recognition on the conference website, conference program and signage at event sponsored. Interested companies and organizations should contact Ricky Sidla at RSidla@ametsoc.org.
All attendees must register to attend the conference. Registration may be completed online, via fax-in form, or onsite. Everyone presenting (both oral and poster) and/or attending must register and wear a badge. Be sure to register by 21 May 2018 in order to receive the lower registration rate. Registrations received at AMS from 22 May and through the conference dates will be processed at the higher rate (see rates below). Payment may be made with check, purchase order (hard copy required) or credit card (MasterCard/VISA/American Express)
Excursion to Valles Caldera National Preserve and Los Alamos
The afternoon excursion on Wednesday, June 27th, will include a visit to the Valles Caldera, a 1.25 million year super volcano collapsed crater that is now a National Park Service National Preserve, followed by a visit to the town of Los Alamos. The agenda is as follows:
Buses will be outside the La Fonda hotel at 12:00 pm. Buses will leave no later than 12:15, so please make sure you are on the bus before then.
Lunch on bus (catered by Sirphey Restaurant in Los Alamos).
Arrive at Valles Caldera at ~1:45 pm.
Valles Caldera ranger-led talk/tour, possibility of a ranger-led hike 2:00-3:45 pm.
Leave for Los Alamos ~4:00 pm.
Arrive Los Alamos ~4:30 pm.
Unquarked wine bar, Los Alamos National Lab historian talk and refreshments of choice* ~5:00 pm
Buses depart back to Santa Fe (6:00 pm)
Valles Caldera is at an elevation 11,253 ft (~3430 m), and thus should be a bit cooler than Santa Fe; please dress appropriately. Note that this includes clothing for both hot and cool (monsoonal rain) conditions.
*paid for by individual participants
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