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Tonight’s Meeting: Historic Eagle Creek Fire

Just a quick reminder about the next Oregon AMS meeting tonight. We have added a quick presentation from Oregon AMS member Oca Hoeflein, who was introduced at the meeting at OMSI on October 28th. He took some amazing videos and photos of the gorge fire last summer and will share them with us at the top of the meeting, before John’s headlining presentation. We also have the date for the January meeting. See details below.

November AMS Meeting Update

Historic Eagle Creek Fire! This will be a technical meeting that will focus on the details surrounding the explosive Eagle Creek Fire in the gorge. John Saltenberger, Meteorologist, US Dept of Fish & Wildlife Service, Northwest Interagency Coordination Center, will give us a great presentation on both weather conditions and fire conditions that lead up to what will likely go down as the biggest fire in the gorge in a generation!

Topic / Title: “Historic Eagle Creek Fire”

Guest Speakers:  John Saltenberger, Meteorologist, US Dept of Fish & Wildlife Service, Northwest Interagency Coordination Center 

When: Thursday, November 16th 2017. Happy hour 6-7pm and formal meeting from 7-9pm.

Where: Stark Street Pizza – 9234 S.E. Stark Street in Portland. One block west of I-205 @ Stark.

Driving Directions: http://tinyurl.com/z55cwps

UPDATE — Coming up in January and February — presentations from Kyle Dittmer (Hawaii climate) on Tuesday, January 23rd 2018 at Stark Street Pizza in Portland and Drew Jackson (Mt. Bachelor snow) date and location: TBD. No December meeting, per our usual winter break.

 

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