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at AMS headquarters index to advertisers at AMS headquarters c 2 Alden Electronics On 2 October Executive Director Kenneth C. Spengler and Meetings Coordinator Evelyn Mazur went to Anchorage, c 3 American Meteorological Society 15th Weathercast- Alaska for the AMS-American Association of Advancement of Science (AAAS) Symposium on Meteorology and in g Conference Oceanography of the North American High Latitudes. While at the meeting they visited with Stuart Begler, Director, c 4 Belfort Instruments Headquarters of the Alaskan Region of the National Weather Service, and met with representatives of the 1325 Campbell Scientific, Inc. Alaskan Division of the AAAS, the University of Alaska at Fairbanks, and the local chapter of AMS. They also 1327 Environmental Instruments, Inc. arranged a meeting of the AMS Committee on Polar Meteorology, and an informal reception for representatives 1328 Zephyr Weather Transmission Service of the above organizations. Among the guests was Dr. Bridgewater, National Science Foundation associate director 1334 Servo Corporation of America for Astronomy, Atmosphere, Earth and Ocean Science. Spengler returned to Boston on 5 October. 1336 National Research Council Mazur joined Spengler in Boulder on 9 October for an AMS-University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) Department Heads' meeting on 10 and 11 October. AM S Publications, Preprints, etc. On the evening of 9 October, they attended UCAR's receptio n for its members. 1343 Lapel pin/ti e tack On 11 October Spengler and Mazur, accompanied by President Bierly, went to Kansas City for the 50th 1358 Weather Ties an d Scarves Anniversary banquet of the Kansas City Chapter, at which Bierly was the principal speaker. Mr. Parkinson, a long-time 1368 Proceedings of the First Sino-American Workshop member of the chapter, was also a guest speaker. His talk o n Mountain Meteorology about the "early days" was accompanied by a film featuring many pioneering meteorologists. The chapter featured an 1381 AMS newsletter anniversary exhibit depicting most interesting memorabilia, newspaper clippings and photos. President Bierly's talked about the AMS 50 years ago, its ongoing activities, and 1414 AMS Periodicals—1985 future programs. Spengler and Mazur returned to Boston on 12 October. 1415 Curricula in the Atmospheric , Oceanic, an d Related The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Sciences : 1984 Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) Committee on Environmental Health met at AMS Headquarters on 15 1416 Employment Announcements October. Attending were P. S. Eshelman, General Motors Technical Center; J. C. Feeley, Center for Disease Control (CDC); R. F. Goldman, Multi-Tech Corp.; Robert Horton, M.D., Chappel Hill, N. Car.; P. Morey, NIOSH/CDC; and J. D. Spengler, Harvard School of Public Health. Also on the 15th, Spengler and Mazur went to Portland, Oreg., for the Fourth Joint Conference on Applications of Air Pollution Meteorology and the Third Conference on Mountain Meteorology. While there, they attended the meetings of the two AMS Committees involved with these conferences, and met with the Oregon Chapter of the AMS at a special dinner meeting on 16 October. They returned to Boston on the 17th. miloyiMi t iNOUflceiMMs Werner Baum, Headquarters Consultant, was in Boston 22-24 October. On 22 and 24 October Spengler and Mazur met with Kathryn Sawyer-Crouch of UCAR and Martin Yerg of the Th e American Meteorological Society issues employment National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's announcement s monthly, setting forth opportunities for National Climate Program Office concerning plans for position s in the atmospheri c an d oceanographi c fields. The hosting a joint U.S.-U.S.S.R. Climate Working Group at employer s describe the prerequisites and requirements for AMS, tentatively scheduled for January. th e openings. On 23 October a meeting was held at headquarters with Nancy C. Wilson of Wilson Economic Associates, Alvin Member s and nonmembers may subscribe to the an- Rosenbaum of Redtree Associates, and James Moore, Esq., nouncements . Th e subscriptio n price fo r a calenda r year (12 of Zuckerman, Spader and Moore, all of Washington, and monthl y issues) is $6 fo r AM S members and $25 fo r non- Robert E. McLaughlin, Esq., of Gilman, McLaughlin and member s (ad d $10 fo r mailin g to a foreig n address ; monthly Hanrahan, AMS legal counsel, and Michael Eby, Esq., Werner issue s will be sent via air mail). After Jul y 1, half-yea r sub- Baum, David F. Landrigan, AMS Secretary-Treasurer, sription s (fo r Jul y throug h Decembe r issues) ar e availabl e at Spengler and Mazur, for extended discussions concerning on e half of the abov e annua l prices. plans for a climate impact magazine. Th e purpose of the Employment Announcements is to provid e a mean s by which thos e seekin g position s in the at- mospheri c an d related fields an d thos e requirin g personne l to fill suc h opening s ma y hav e a convenien t mean s of commun - ication . Organizations that wish to avail themselves of this servic e shoul d contac t Jea n Cooper , America n Meteorologi- A CELEBRATION OF THE 100th ANNIVERSARY OF THE ca l Society , 45 Beacon Street, Boston, M A 02108 (617-227- BLUE HILL OBSERVATORY WILL BE HELD ON 1 2425) , fo r details an d charges. • FEBRUARY 1985. 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index to advertisers at AMS headquarters c 2 Alden Electronics On 2 October Executive Director Kenneth C. Spengler and Meetings Coordinator Evelyn Mazur went to Anchorage, c 3 American Meteorological Society 15th Weathercast- Alaska for the AMS-American Association of Advancement of Science (AAAS) Symposium on Meteorology and in g Conference Oceanography of the North American High Latitudes. While at the meeting they visited with Stuart Begler, Director, c 4 Belfort Instruments Headquarters of the Alaskan Region of the National Weather Service, and met with representatives of the 1325 Campbell Scientific, Inc. Alaskan Division of the AAAS, the University of Alaska at Fairbanks, and the local chapter of AMS. They also 1327 Environmental Instruments, Inc. arranged a meeting of the AMS Committee on Polar Meteorology, and an informal reception for representatives 1328 Zephyr Weather Transmission Service of the above organizations. Among the guests was Dr. Bridgewater, National Science Foundation associate director 1334 Servo Corporation of America for Astronomy, Atmosphere, Earth and Ocean Science. Spengler returned to Boston on 5 October. 1336 National Research Council Mazur joined Spengler in Boulder on 9 October for an AMS-University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) Department Heads' meeting on 10 and 11 October. AM S Publications, Preprints, etc. On the evening of 9 October, they attended UCAR's receptio n for its members. 1343 Lapel pin/ti e tack On 11 October Spengler and Mazur, accompanied by President Bierly, went to Kansas City for the 50th 1358 Weather Ties an d Scarves Anniversary banquet of the Kansas City Chapter, at which Bierly was the principal speaker. Mr. Parkinson, a long-time 1368 Proceedings of the First Sino-American Workshop member of the chapter, was also a guest speaker. His talk o n Mountain Meteorology about the "early days" was accompanied by a film featuring many pioneering meteorologists. The chapter featured an 1381 AMS newsletter anniversary exhibit depicting most interesting memorabilia, newspaper clippings and photos. President Bierly's talked about the AMS 50 years ago, its ongoing activities, and 1414 AMS Periodicals—1985 future programs. Spengler and Mazur returned to Boston on 12 October. 1415 Curricula in the Atmospheric , Oceanic, an d Related The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Sciences : 1984 Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) Committee on Environmental Health met at AMS Headquarters on 15 1416 Employment Announcements October. Attending were P. S. Eshelman, General Motors Technical Center; J. C. Feeley, Center for Disease Control (CDC); R. F. Goldman, Multi-Tech Corp.; Robert Horton, M.D., Chappel Hill, N. Car.; P. Morey, NIOSH/CDC; and J. D. Spengler, Harvard School of Public Health. Also on the 15th, Spengler and Mazur went to Portland, Oreg., for the Fourth Joint Conference on Applications of Air Pollution Meteorology and the Third Conference on Mountain Meteorology. While there, they attended the meetings of the two AMS Committees involved with these conferences, and met with the Oregon Chapter of the AMS at a special dinner meeting on 16 October. They returned to Boston on the 17th. miloyiMi t iNOUflceiMMs Werner Baum, Headquarters Consultant, was in Boston 22-24 October. On 22 and 24 October Spengler and Mazur met with Kathryn Sawyer-Crouch of UCAR and Martin Yerg of the Th e American Meteorological Society issues employment National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's announcement s monthly, setting forth opportunities for National Climate Program Office concerning plans for position s in the atmospheri c an d oceanographi c fields. The hosting a joint U.S.-U.S.S.R. Climate Working Group at employer s describe the prerequisites and requirements for AMS, tentatively scheduled for January. th e openings. On 23 October a meeting was held at headquarters with Nancy C. Wilson of Wilson Economic Associates, Alvin Member s and nonmembers may subscribe to the an- Rosenbaum of Redtree Associates, and James Moore, Esq., nouncements . Th e subscriptio n price fo r a calenda r year (12 of Zuckerman, Spader and Moore, all of Washington, and monthl y issues) is $6 fo r AM S members and $25 fo r non- Robert E. McLaughlin, Esq., of Gilman, McLaughlin and member s (ad d $10 fo r mailin g to a foreig n address ; monthly Hanrahan, AMS legal counsel, and Michael Eby, Esq., Werner issue s will be sent via air mail). After Jul y 1, half-yea r sub- Baum, David F. Landrigan, AMS Secretary-Treasurer, sription s (fo r Jul y throug h Decembe r issues) ar e availabl e at Spengler and Mazur, for extended discussions concerning on e half of the abov e annua l prices. plans for a climate impact magazine. Th e purpose of the Employment Announcements is to provid e a mean s by which thos e seekin g position s in the at- mospheri c an d related fields an d thos e requirin g personne l to fill suc h opening s ma y hav e a convenien t mean s of commun - ication . Organizations that wish to avail themselves of this servic e shoul d contac t Jea n Cooper , America n Meteorologi- A CELEBRATION OF THE 100th ANNIVERSARY OF THE ca l Society , 45 Beacon Street, Boston, M A 02108 (617-227- BLUE HILL OBSERVATORY WILL BE HELD ON 1 2425) , fo r details an d charges. • FEBRUARY 1985. FOR DETAILS CALL 802-728-3318. 1416 Vol. 65, No. 12, December 1984

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