he 103rd American Meteorological Society (AMS) Annual Meeting AMS 2023 will take place from 8 to 12 January, 2023 in Denver, Colorado, United States.
Environmental Earth and space system data has one of the largest digital footprints and is a central component of scientific inquiry, but we have not yet collectively solved the problem of data access, discovery, and service. This theme will be the catalyst for a year-long inclusive and collaborative discourse on the challenges posed by the data deluge with a focus on how to stage environmental data to make it efficiently useful and accessible for the plethora of applications important to driving science, informing decisions, and enriching humanity within our community and beyond.
Theme of the AMS 2023 Annual Meeting
Data: Driving Science. Informing Decisions. Enriching Humanity.
We observe, create, measure, simulate, collect, and process data at a prodigious rate, propelled by modern digital technology, and use it to create new knowledge and insights; inform and validate models and hypotheses; guide policies and decisions; and advance the scientific, environmental, and societal dimensions of the weather, water, and climate enterprise (WWC).
This theme uses data as the locus for interlinking heterogeneous disciplines across the WWC enterprise along braids of commonality to propel new science, expand and empower the stakeholder ecosystem across all sectors, and ameliorate bias and socioeconomic inequity, through the suffusion of both theory and data centric approaches.
About AMS 2023
We are excited about how our theme for this 103rd Annual Meeting: “Data: Driving Science. Informing Decisions. Enriching Humanity” has come together thanks to the hard work of the Overall Planning Committee, Melissa Burt and Scott Mackaro (co-chairs), Yaireska Colladovega, Gaige Kerr, Amy McGovern, Shang-Ping Xie, and Joseph Trujillo.
The Overall Planning Committee and Program Chairs seek input from our community when setting the scientific and technical program. Please provide your input by submitting a Session Topic Proposal by 14 April. Submitters will be notified a few weeks later regarding the acceptance status of Topic Proposals. Your User Portal provides a list of entries/submissions (such as topics or abstracts you have submitted) OR on which you are the presenting author. Please refer to the guidelines before submitting a Topic Proposal.
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