Oregon Chapter – American Meteorological Society

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Next Meeting: Volcanic Ash Fall Forecasting

We are proud to announce that the next Oregon AMS meeting is set and ready to go, along with an exciting NEW venue that we are sure you will enjoy and find to be more centrally located for all AMS members. See details below —
John Ewert is Scientist-in-Charge of the USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory in Vancouver, WA.  John’s presentation will focus on volcanoes of the Pacific Northwest and the USGS’s recent work on developing an ash fall model, “Ash3d.”  He will discuss the role of meteorology and how data from weather models are used in ash fall forecasts.
When: Tuesday, February 3rd 2015. Happy hour 6-7pm and formal meeting from 7-9pm.
Where: McMenamins Restaurant (Lloyd District) – 1504 N.E. Broadway, Portland, Oregon 97232. We have the closed-door banquet room reserved.
Driving Directions: click http://tinyurl.com/m6jbanb
Details: Please come hungry and thirsty! You can order on your own and the food is delicious!
Parking For Free: Park one block north of Broadway (in the neighborhood for free) if you can not find available parking on Broadway or in the McMenamins lot itself.
This will be a great topic! We hope to see you all there on Tuesday, February 3rd.

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