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at AMS headquarters On 1 April John Conover visited headquarters to discuss of Rhode Island; Clarise Yenpsch, Bigelow Laboratories, wit h Executive Director Kenneth C. Spengler the possibility North Boothbay Harbor, Maine; John Paul, Environmental of writing a history of the Blue Hill Meteorological Protection Agency; James Gallagher, U. S. Navy; Stanley Observatory, which will be 100 years old in February 1985. Wilson, National Aeronautics and Space Administration; Cal On 2 April the Northeast Area Remote Sensing System Swift , University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Robert Chase, Consortium met at headquarters. The 18 people in Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute; Joanne Magarian, attendance were representing the Woods Hole Arlington, Mass.; and Ronald O'Shea, Arlington, Mass. Oceanographic Institute, The University of Rhode Island, The University of Massachusetts-Amherst, the Naval Underseas System Center, the General Services Administration, the Environmental Protection Agency, The University of Maine, The University of Connecticut, Bigelow Laboratories, the New England Fisheries Center, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Air Force Geophysical Laboratory, the U. S. Navy, and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. On 8 April the AMS Executive Committee met at headquarters. President Richard E. Hallgren, Past-President Robert G. Fleagle, President-Elect Earl G. Droessler, and RECENT CONFERENCE Councilors D . Ray Booker and Glenn R. Hilst attended. PUBLIC A TIONS Spengler was in Washington, D. C., on 14 April for day-long discussions with Hallgren. On 15 April Alan Smith, former President of the Mount Washington Observatory, visited headquarters for AVAILABLE FROM: discussions with Spengler on plans for the Mount American Meteorological Society Washington Meteorological Observatory's 50th anniversary 45 Beacon Street this year. Boston, Mass. 02108 On 16 April the AMS Admissions Committee met at Price: $15 AMS Members/$20 Nonmembers headquarters. Those attending included John D. Spengler, (Unless otherwise noted) Donald A. Chisholm, Owen R. Cote, Valentine J. Descamps, John E. Wallace, and Paul E. Sherr. INTERNATIONA L CONFERENCE - CLIMATE Spengler was back in Washington, D. C., on 19-20 April AN D OFFSHORE ENERGY RESOURCES, Oct. t o attend the opening session of the eighth meeting of the 21-23,19S0, London, England - Proceedings Commission for Climatology and Applications of Meteorology of the World Meteorological Organization at 8TH CONFERENCE ON INADVERTENT AND the Department of State. On the evening of the 19th he PLANNE D WEATHER MODIFICATION, Oct. 5-7, attended a reception hosted by the U. S. delegation at the 1981, Reno, Nev. - Extended Abstracts Department of State. That evening he also attended a dinner of the Board of Trustees of the University 4TH CONFERENCE ON HYDROMETEOROLOGY, Corporation for Atmospheric Research. On the 20th he Oct. 7-9,1981, Reno, Nev. - Preprints met with Fred White, editor of the AMS Newsletter, before 7TH CONFERENCE ON PROBABILITY AND returning to Boston. STATISTICS IN ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES, Nov. On 23 April the AMS ad hoc Committee to Review 2-6,1981, Monterey, Calif. - Preprints Procedures for the Radio and Television Seal of Approval met at headquarters. Werner A. Baum, Robert T. Ryan, 5TH CONFERENCE ON NUMERICAL WEATHER Roy L. Leep, Earl G. Droessler, and attorneys Robert PREDICTION, Nov. 2-6. 1981, Monterey, Calif. - McLaughlin and Nei l Ruther attended. Preprints On 28 April Spengler was in Washington, D. C., for a meeting with David Slade and Harry Moses of the 2N D CONFERENCE ON MOUNTAIN METEOROL- Department of Energy and John Perry of the National OGY, Nov. 9-12, 1981, Steamboat Springs, Colo. - Academy of Sciences, concerning plans for a conference on Preprints climate/energy interactions to be held as part of the 63rd AMS Annual Meeting in New Orleans next January. On that 20TH CONFERENCE ON RADAR METEOROL- same day Spengler also went to Silver Springs, Md., for OGY, Nov. 30-Dec. 3,1981, Boston, Mass. - Preprints $20 AMS Members/$25 Nonmembers discussions with Hallgren. On 29 April Spengler and Executive Assistant Evelyn 3RD JOINT CONFERENCE ON APPLICATIONS OF Mazur met with representatives of the Marriott Hotel Corp. AIR POLLUTION METEOROLOGY, Jan. 12-15, 1982, a t the new Boston Marriott Long Wharf Hotel. San Antonio, Tex. - Preprints Visitors to headquarters during April included: Edmund Cuno, Blackwell Scientific Publications; S. Lustig, IBIS, 12TH CONFERENCE ON SEVERE LOCAL STORMS, New York City; J. R. Dudley, Framingham, Mass.; David Jan. 12-15. 1982, San Antonio, Tex. - Preprints Mead, Edwards Bros., Bedford, Mass.; Elizabeth Casey, $20 AMS Members/$25 Nonmembers Washington, Mass.; Giayol Sahba, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Joanne Wagner and Mary Wagner, Toledo, Ohio; FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON Helen Mustafa, National Oceanic and Atmospheric METEOROLOGY AND AIR/SEA INTERACTION OF THE COASTAL ZONE, May 10-14, 1982, The Hague, Administration/New England Fisheries Center, Woods The Netherlands - Preprints Hole, Mass.; Peter Cornillon, University of Rhode Island; $20 AMS Members/$25 Nonmembers Ronald Fournier and Richard Lynch, Air Force Geophysical Laboratory, Hanscomb Air Force Base, Mass.; Linda Kelley Please send remittance (plus $2.00 postage/handling and Barry J. Thompson, General Services Administration; for each book ordered) to the address listed above. Walter Clearwaters, Naval Underseas System Center, New London, Conn.; Robert Huguenin, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Ken Hardy, Air Force Geophysical Laboratory; Marty McClure and James Griffin, University Bulletin American Meteorological Society http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society , Volume 63 (6): 1 – Jun 1, 1982

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On 1 April John Conover visited headquarters to discuss of Rhode Island; Clarise Yenpsch, Bigelow Laboratories, wit h Executive Director Kenneth C. Spengler the possibility North Boothbay Harbor, Maine; John Paul, Environmental of writing a history of the Blue Hill Meteorological Protection Agency; James Gallagher, U. S. Navy; Stanley Observatory, which will be 100 years old in February 1985. Wilson, National Aeronautics and Space Administration; Cal On 2 April the Northeast Area Remote Sensing System Swift , University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Robert Chase, Consortium met at headquarters. The 18 people in Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute; Joanne Magarian, attendance were representing the Woods Hole Arlington, Mass.; and Ronald O'Shea, Arlington, Mass. Oceanographic Institute, The University of Rhode Island, The University of Massachusetts-Amherst, the Naval Underseas System Center, the General Services Administration, the Environmental Protection Agency, The University of Maine, The University of Connecticut, Bigelow Laboratories, the New England Fisheries Center, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Air Force Geophysical Laboratory, the U. S. Navy, and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. On 8 April the AMS Executive Committee met at headquarters. President Richard E. Hallgren, Past-President Robert G. Fleagle, President-Elect Earl G. Droessler, and RECENT CONFERENCE Councilors D . Ray Booker and Glenn R. Hilst attended. PUBLIC A TIONS Spengler was in Washington, D. C., on 14 April for day-long discussions with Hallgren. On 15 April Alan Smith, former President of the Mount Washington Observatory, visited headquarters for AVAILABLE FROM: discussions with Spengler on plans for the Mount American Meteorological Society Washington Meteorological Observatory's 50th anniversary 45 Beacon Street this year. Boston, Mass. 02108 On 16 April the AMS Admissions Committee met at Price: $15 AMS Members/$20 Nonmembers headquarters. Those attending included John D. Spengler, (Unless otherwise noted) Donald A. Chisholm, Owen R. Cote, Valentine J. Descamps, John E. Wallace, and Paul E. Sherr. INTERNATIONA L CONFERENCE - CLIMATE Spengler was back in Washington, D. C., on 19-20 April AN D OFFSHORE ENERGY RESOURCES, Oct. t o attend the opening session of the eighth meeting of the 21-23,19S0, London, England - Proceedings Commission for Climatology and Applications of Meteorology of the World Meteorological Organization at 8TH CONFERENCE ON INADVERTENT AND the Department of State. On the evening of the 19th he PLANNE D WEATHER MODIFICATION, Oct. 5-7, attended a reception hosted by the U. S. delegation at the 1981, Reno, Nev. - Extended Abstracts Department of State. That evening he also attended a dinner of the Board of Trustees of the University 4TH CONFERENCE ON HYDROMETEOROLOGY, Corporation for Atmospheric Research. On the 20th he Oct. 7-9,1981, Reno, Nev. - Preprints met with Fred White, editor of the AMS Newsletter, before 7TH CONFERENCE ON PROBABILITY AND returning to Boston. STATISTICS IN ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES, Nov. On 23 April the AMS ad hoc Committee to Review 2-6,1981, Monterey, Calif. - Preprints Procedures for the Radio and Television Seal of Approval met at headquarters. Werner A. Baum, Robert T. Ryan, 5TH CONFERENCE ON NUMERICAL WEATHER Roy L. Leep, Earl G. Droessler, and attorneys Robert PREDICTION, Nov. 2-6. 1981, Monterey, Calif. - McLaughlin and Nei l Ruther attended. Preprints On 28 April Spengler was in Washington, D. C., for a meeting with David Slade and Harry Moses of the 2N D CONFERENCE ON MOUNTAIN METEOROL- Department of Energy and John Perry of the National OGY, Nov. 9-12, 1981, Steamboat Springs, Colo. - Academy of Sciences, concerning plans for a conference on Preprints climate/energy interactions to be held as part of the 63rd AMS Annual Meeting in New Orleans next January. On that 20TH CONFERENCE ON RADAR METEOROL- same day Spengler also went to Silver Springs, Md., for OGY, Nov. 30-Dec. 3,1981, Boston, Mass. - Preprints $20 AMS Members/$25 Nonmembers discussions with Hallgren. On 29 April Spengler and Executive Assistant Evelyn 3RD JOINT CONFERENCE ON APPLICATIONS OF Mazur met with representatives of the Marriott Hotel Corp. AIR POLLUTION METEOROLOGY, Jan. 12-15, 1982, a t the new Boston Marriott Long Wharf Hotel. San Antonio, Tex. - Preprints Visitors to headquarters during April included: Edmund Cuno, Blackwell Scientific Publications; S. Lustig, IBIS, 12TH CONFERENCE ON SEVERE LOCAL STORMS, New York City; J. R. Dudley, Framingham, Mass.; David Jan. 12-15. 1982, San Antonio, Tex. - Preprints Mead, Edwards Bros., Bedford, Mass.; Elizabeth Casey, $20 AMS Members/$25 Nonmembers Washington, Mass.; Giayol Sahba, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Joanne Wagner and Mary Wagner, Toledo, Ohio; FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON Helen Mustafa, National Oceanic and Atmospheric METEOROLOGY AND AIR/SEA INTERACTION OF THE COASTAL ZONE, May 10-14, 1982, The Hague, Administration/New England Fisheries Center, Woods The Netherlands - Preprints Hole, Mass.; Peter Cornillon, University of Rhode Island; $20 AMS Members/$25 Nonmembers Ronald Fournier and Richard Lynch, Air Force Geophysical Laboratory, Hanscomb Air Force Base, Mass.; Linda Kelley Please send remittance (plus $2.00 postage/handling and Barry J. Thompson, General Services Administration; for each book ordered) to the address listed above. Walter Clearwaters, Naval Underseas System Center, New London, Conn.; Robert Huguenin, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Ken Hardy, Air Force Geophysical Laboratory; Marty McClure and James Griffin, University Bulletin American Meteorological Society

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