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announcements Bulletin American Meteorological Society m sec-1 and has detected radiosonde displacements of 2 m by a grant from the National Science Foundation. Graduate at a distance of 200 km. students are selected on a national competitive basis, and the faculty is chosen from outstanding scientists at universities throughout the United States and other parts of the world. Students who receive awards will have most of their expenses paid by the OTS. Courses offered in the spring and summer terms are as follows: Spring Term: 15 April-15 June 1970, Field course in the geography of Costa Rica; Forests and related resources in the tropics—An economics-management approach. Summer Term: 1 July-31 August 1970, Tropical biology— An ecological approach (for graduate students); Tropical biology—An ecological approach (for college and university faculty); Atmospheric considerations in a tropical environ- ment; Tropical marine biology. Coordinator of Course No. 70-9, Atmospheric energy con- siderations in a tropical environment, is Prof. John F. Grif- fiths of Texas A&M University. L. G. Cobb of Colorado State College is full-term instructor; Prof. A. Nelson Dingle, Uni- versity of Michigan, and Prof. Leo G. Fritschen, University of Washington, will be visiting scientists. Prerequisites in- clude graduate standing with at least http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Publisher
American Meteorological Society
Copyright
Copyright © American Meteorological Society
ISSN
1520-0477
eISSN
1520-0477
DOI
10.1175/1520-0477-50.11.891
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Abstract

Bulletin American Meteorological Society m sec-1 and has detected radiosonde displacements of 2 m by a grant from the National Science Foundation. Graduate at a distance of 200 km. students are selected on a national competitive basis, and the faculty is chosen from outstanding scientists at universities throughout the United States and other parts of the world. Students who receive awards will have most of their expenses paid by the OTS. Courses offered in the spring and summer terms are as follows: Spring Term: 15 April-15 June 1970, Field course in the geography of Costa Rica; Forests and related resources in the tropics—An economics-management approach. Summer Term: 1 July-31 August 1970, Tropical biology— An ecological approach (for graduate students); Tropical biology—An ecological approach (for college and university faculty); Atmospheric considerations in a tropical environ- ment; Tropical marine biology. Coordinator of Course No. 70-9, Atmospheric energy con- siderations in a tropical environment, is Prof. John F. Grif- fiths of Texas A&M University. L. G. Cobb of Colorado State College is full-term instructor; Prof. A. Nelson Dingle, Uni- versity of Michigan, and Prof. Leo G. Fritschen, University of Washington, will be visiting scientists. Prerequisites in- clude graduate standing with at least

Journal

Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Nov 1, 1969

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