June 12-14, 2019, San Diego, CA
The 47th Conference on Broadcast Meteorology was organized by the Board on Broadcast Meteorology and hosted by the American Meteorological Society. The Fifth Conference on Weather Warnings and Communication was organized by the Board on Societal Impacts and the Committee on Severe Local Storms and hosted by the American Meteorological Society.
There were several sponsorship opportunities available at the 47th Conference on Broadcast Meteorology/Fifth Conference on Weather Warnings and Communication. All sponsors will receive recognition on the conference website, conference program and signage at event sponsored.
We would like to extend a special thank you to the National Science Foundation to George Mason University, in cooperation with Climate Central, Yale University, NASA, & NOAA for their financial support to the AMS Short Course: From Science to Solutions.
The full-week package includes admission to all sessions, exhibits, breakfasts, coffee breaks, ice breaker reception, and one ticket to Thursday's Lunch.
The one-day package includes for one calendar day admission to all sessions, exhibits, breakfast and coffee breaks for one day. The Thursday Lunch is NOT included.
|Early Registration||Registration||Late Registration||Early Registration||Registration||Late Registration|
|Through May 8||May 8-June 11||On-Site||Through May 8||May 8-June 11||On-Site|
|AMS Full Member, AMS Affiliate Member, Program or Session Chair||$500||$540||$560||$265||$305||$325|
|Non-Member Speaker or Poster Presenter, AMS Associate Member, or Co-Sponsoring Society Member||$550||$590||$610||$265||$305||$325|
|AMS Student Member||$195||$235||$255||$70||$110||$130|
Tuesday, 11 June from 5:30-7:30pm
A ticket was needed to attend the Tuesday Field trip and tour to the Institution of Oceanography, UC San Diego. The tour was 60 minutes and transportation was provided. $25 tickets were available for purchase when registering.
Buses boarded 5:15:-5:30 PM at the east entrance.
Thursday, June 13, 12:00–1:30pm
A ticket was needed to attend the Thursday Luncheon. One ticket to the 47th Conference on Broadcast Meteorology/Fifth Conference on Weather Warnings and Communication Luncheon was included in the full-week registration package. The Luncheon took place in the Exhibit Hall (Rio Vista Salon D-F).
Thursday, 13 June from 7:00-10:00pm
A ticket was needed to attend the Thursday Outing which took place at Café Coyote located in the Heart of Historic Old Town San Diego. Tickets were priced at $40 per person. Ticket included food, 1 drink ticket, and transportation to and from the hotel to the event. Children's tickets were also available at $20 per person (Age 12 & under only).
Buses departed the hotel at 6:30pm.
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