1900 International Meteorological Congress
|Event names||International Conference of Meteorology|
|Start date||September 10, 1900|
|Number of days||7|
|Tech focus||meteo, LTA, kite|
The International Conference of Meteorology met during the 1900 Exposition Universelle in Paris. More than 100 delegates from more than 30 countries met at the Société d'Encouragement (rue de Rennes, no. 44). It immediately preceded the International Aeronautical Congress of 1900.
The conference resolved to conduct regular cloud observations from kites and balloons, and to transmit observation reports telegraphically.
- "Meteorological Congress at Paris, September 10-16, 1900." Monthly Weather Review and Annual Summary Vol. XXVIII, 1900/1901, USDA / Weather Bureau.
- Abbott Lawrence Rotch, "The International Congresses of Meteorology and Aeronautics at Paris", Science, Vol. XII, No. 308; 23 November 1900.