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announcements Bulletin American Meteorological Society 8. Principal contracting agencies 2. USDA at $11.7 million or 18.3% 3. DOE at $7.1 million or 11.1%; and In FY 1990 the principal contracting agencies are 1. EPA at $34.7 million or 54.4% 4. DOI at $5.4 million or 8.4%. • Journal of Soil & Water Conservation Call International Symposium on Hydrological for Papers Applications of Weather Radar The Soil and Water Conservation Society invites contribu- The International Symposium on Hydrological Applications tions for a special issue of the journal of Soil & Water of Weather Radar will be held at the University of Salford, Conservation, 'The Promise of Low-Input Agriculture/' United Kingdom, 14-17 August 1989. All correspondence that will appear in November-December 1989. The dead- connected with the Symposium should be addressed to line for contributions to this issue is 31 August 1989. I.D. Cluckie, Int. Symp. Hydrological Applications of Article submissions and requests for editorial guidelines Weather Radar, Department of Civil Engineering, University should be directed to the Editor, Journal of Soil and Water of Salford, Salford, M5 4WT, United Kingdom, telephone 061-736-5843, Fax number 061-745-7027. Conservation, 7515 Northeast Ankeny Road, Ankeny, Iowa 50021-9764, telephone (515) 289-2331. Fourth International Conference on Aerobiology NCAR Report Available The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) The next IAA Conference is scheduled for 27-31 August announces a new publication available free of charge while 1990 in Stockholm, Sweden. The congress sessions will supplies last. Guide to Historical Resources in the Atmo- commence on Tuesday morning 28 August 1990 and close spheric Sciences: Archives, Manuscripts, and Special Col- on Friday afternoon 31 August 1990. lections in the Washington, D.C. Area is a 167 page report All enquiries should be addressed to Administra- by James R. Fleming (NCAR Technical Note TN-327 + IA, tive Secretary, 4th International Aerobiological Confer- January 1989). ence, Konferensservice AB, Box 4037, S-171 04 SOLNA, SWEDEN . A copy may be obtained by writing to J.R. Fleming, Program in Science and Technology Studies, Department x>f Physics and Astronomy, Colby College, Waterville, Climate Diagnostic Workshop Maine 04901. Copies are also available from NCAR Infor- The 14th Annual Climate Diagnostics Workshop will be mation Services, P.O. Box 3000, Boulder, Colorado held at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, 80307-3000. California 16-20 October 1989. The workshop is spon- sored by the Climate Analysis Center, National Meteoro- Nominations Invited for AAAS/ logical Center/National Oceanic and Atmospheric Westinghouse Award Administration, and is cosponsored this year by Scripps. The 1989 American Association for the Advancement of Those interested in participating in the workshop should Sciences and the Westinghouse Foundation invites nomi- write David R. Rodenhuis, Director, Climate Analysis nations for the 1989 Award for Public Understanding of Center, W/NMC5, Washington, DC 20233, telephone Science and Technology. This annual award is for working (301) 763-8167. scientists and engineers from all disciplines who make outstanding contributions to public understanding of sci- COMPARE Project Announced ence and technology but are not members of the media. The COMPARE—Comparison of Mesoscale Prediction And Research Experiments—project, an outgrowth of the Model The award and accompanying $2,500 prize will be pre- Intercomparison Project sponsored by the National Center sented during the AAAS Annual Meeting in New Orleans, for Atmospheric Research in 1988, is looking for interested 15-20 February 1990. Deadline for nominations is 1 September 1989. For additional information contact Patricia parties who would like to participate or keep abreast of S. Curlin, Administrator of the Award, AAAS Committee activities in numerical weather prediction. on Public Understanding of Science and Technology, 1333 The scientific objectives of the COMPARE project are to H Street, NW, Washington DC 20005, (202) 326-6600. propose and perform comparative experiments in a collab- orative manner in order to further both our understanding and predictive capability at the mesoscale; to identify the important scientific issues of mesoscale research and pre- diction that may be addressed by numerical experimenta- Notice of registration deadlines for meetings, workshops, and tion, and to coordinate such experimentation by seminars, deadlines for submission of abstracts or papers to be presented at meetings, and deadlines for grants, proposals, awards, nominations, and fellowships must be received at least three months before deadline dates.—News Ed. • (continued on p. 675) http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Bulletin American Meteorological Society 8. Principal contracting agencies 2. USDA at $11.7 million or 18.3% 3. DOE at $7.1 million or 11.1%; and In FY 1990 the principal contracting agencies are 1. EPA at $34.7 million or 54.4% 4. DOI at $5.4 million or 8.4%. • Journal of Soil & Water Conservation Call International Symposium on Hydrological for Papers Applications of Weather Radar The Soil and Water Conservation Society invites contribu- The International Symposium on Hydrological Applications tions for a special issue of the journal of Soil & Water of Weather Radar will be held at the University of Salford, Conservation, 'The Promise of Low-Input Agriculture/' United Kingdom, 14-17 August 1989. All correspondence that will appear in November-December 1989. The dead- connected with the Symposium should be addressed to line for contributions to this issue is 31 August 1989. I.D. Cluckie, Int. Symp. Hydrological Applications of Article submissions and requests for editorial guidelines Weather Radar, Department of Civil Engineering, University should be directed to the Editor, Journal of Soil and Water of Salford, Salford, M5 4WT, United Kingdom, telephone 061-736-5843, Fax number 061-745-7027. Conservation, 7515 Northeast Ankeny Road, Ankeny, Iowa 50021-9764, telephone (515) 289-2331. Fourth International Conference on Aerobiology NCAR Report Available The National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) The next IAA Conference is scheduled for 27-31 August announces a new publication available free of charge while 1990 in Stockholm, Sweden. The congress sessions will supplies last. Guide to Historical Resources in the Atmo- commence on Tuesday morning 28 August 1990 and close spheric Sciences: Archives, Manuscripts, and Special Col- on Friday afternoon 31 August 1990. lections in the Washington, D.C. Area is a 167 page report All enquiries should be addressed to Administra- by James R. Fleming (NCAR Technical Note TN-327 + IA, tive Secretary, 4th International Aerobiological Confer- January 1989). ence, Konferensservice AB, Box 4037, S-171 04 SOLNA, SWEDEN . A copy may be obtained by writing to J.R. Fleming, Program in Science and Technology Studies, Department x>f Physics and Astronomy, Colby College, Waterville, Climate Diagnostic Workshop Maine 04901. Copies are also available from NCAR Infor- The 14th Annual Climate Diagnostics Workshop will be mation Services, P.O. Box 3000, Boulder, Colorado held at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, 80307-3000. California 16-20 October 1989. The workshop is spon- sored by the Climate Analysis Center, National Meteoro- Nominations Invited for AAAS/ logical Center/National Oceanic and Atmospheric Westinghouse Award Administration, and is cosponsored this year by Scripps. The 1989 American Association for the Advancement of Those interested in participating in the workshop should Sciences and the Westinghouse Foundation invites nomi- write David R. Rodenhuis, Director, Climate Analysis nations for the 1989 Award for Public Understanding of Center, W/NMC5, Washington, DC 20233, telephone Science and Technology. This annual award is for working (301) 763-8167. scientists and engineers from all disciplines who make outstanding contributions to public understanding of sci- COMPARE Project Announced ence and technology but are not members of the media. The COMPARE—Comparison of Mesoscale Prediction And Research Experiments—project, an outgrowth of the Model The award and accompanying $2,500 prize will be pre- Intercomparison Project sponsored by the National Center sented during the AAAS Annual Meeting in New Orleans, for Atmospheric Research in 1988, is looking for interested 15-20 February 1990. Deadline for nominations is 1 September 1989. For additional information contact Patricia parties who would like to participate or keep abreast of S. Curlin, Administrator of the Award, AAAS Committee activities in numerical weather prediction. on Public Understanding of Science and Technology, 1333 The scientific objectives of the COMPARE project are to H Street, NW, Washington DC 20005, (202) 326-6600. propose and perform comparative experiments in a collab- orative manner in order to further both our understanding and predictive capability at the mesoscale; to identify the important scientific issues of mesoscale research and pre- diction that may be addressed by numerical experimenta- Notice of registration deadlines for meetings, workshops, and tion, and to coordinate such experimentation by seminars, deadlines for submission of abstracts or papers to be presented at meetings, and deadlines for grants, proposals, awards, nominations, and fellowships must be received at least three months before deadline dates.—News Ed. • (continued on p. 675)

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