Ninth Symposium on the Weather, Water, and Climate Enterprise

Abstract Information

Abstracts are closed! The deadline was 11 September 2020 at 11:59 PM EST.

Abstract Fee and Author Instructions

Call for Papers

Papers for the Ninth Symposium on the Weather, Water, and Climate Enterprise are solicited on the following:

  • A Meteorologist, an Epidemiologist, a Seismologist, and a Volcanologist Walk into a Bar: Improving our own risk and impact communication by examining experiences from outside the weather, water, and climate enterprise;
  • Assessing What We Know and Preparing for a More Resilient Future: Solving Societal Challenges Related to River Water Risks across California;
  • Beyond Weather: The Evolution of The State Mesonet;
  • Citizen Science: Optimizing the Role and Value of Non-Traditional Observations;
  • Enhancing Weather, Water & Climate Science & Services Through Partnerships;
  • Enterprise Integrated Warning Team;
  • Examination of South Central United States Climate: Drought to Floods – Scientists to Communities;
  • Extreme Maritime Weather: Bringing 21st Century Weather Services to Mariners;
  • Forum on Climate Linked Economics
    • This Forum is a platform for all sectors of the weather, water and climate enterprise to build a bridge to a broader community of economists, corporate executives, risk managers, financial planners, insurance professionals, and technology leaders.  The Forum empowers business leaders to effectively incorporate insights from the scientific community and vice versa. In addition to leveraging the leaders within the AMS Community, this forum also targets senior executives and managers from dozens of organizations that currently have little (or no) exposure to the AMS Community.
  • From The Weather Act to the New Congress: How Legislation is Shaping the Weather, Water, and Climate Enterprise;
  • How Can Enterprise Meet Societal Needs Related to Wildland Fire and Weather?;
  • How to improve community resiliency to wind storms from a multidisciplinary perspective;
  • How We Decide: Tools and Approaches for Guiding Investments in Observations;
  • Meteorological Measurements Standardization Needs;
  • Metrics Connecting Earth System Processes to Useful Predictions;
  • Weather Prediction and National Security: An Interagency Imperative.

Joint Sessions

  • Comunicación Bilingüe: Spanish Language Efforts in the Weather, Water, and Climate Enterprise (Joint between the Ninth Symposium on the Weather, Water, and Climate Enterprise and the Ninth Symposium on Building a Weather-Ready Nation:Enhancing Our Nation's Readiness, Responsiveness, and Resilience to High Impact Weather Events);
  • Who Determines the Forecast? The Changing Mix Between Human and Technology (Joint between the 20th Conference on Artificial Intelligence for Environmental Science and the Ninth Symposium on the Weather, Water, and Climate Enterprise).

Conference Contacts

For additional information, please contact the program chairs: Becky DePodwin (email: becky.depodwin@gmail.com) and Owen Sheih (email: Owen.Shieh@navy.mil).