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Corrigenda June, 1942, Bulletin: P. 258, 2nd col., omit the 6th to 13th lines below the table. P . 259, 2nd col., 7th line, for "mountain", read "valley". P . 260, the table should have followed the 12th line of the second column of the text. P. 260, 2nd col., 6th line from bottom, for "recur" read "occur". P. 262, 12th line from bottom should read "C = Mesothermal: mean temperature of coldest mont h between 18° and 0° C." Ma p of Climates of S. W. Guatemala, legend should read "1921 Census" instead of "1931 Census" . September, Bulletin: P. 308, M01.9, FERENCE, M-, etc., should be no. 6 instead of no. 7 of the University of Chicag o reports. P. 309, M15.127, WULF, etc., should be no. 10 rather than no. 6 of the University of Chicag o reports. October, Bulletin: P. 320, Byer's article, for the word "thickness", substitute "weight". Pp . 334-341, the subscript of "/ " is "t" not "1". P . 343, the observation of "St. Elmo's Fire" was from 1941, not 1942. November, Bulletin: (Fletcher's article). P . 352, 1st col., at beginning of the second line a large dot should be inserted. P. 352, 2nd col., line 23 ; p. 353, 2nd col., lines 4, 6, and 23, for "counterclockwise" read "clockwise" . P . 361, 2nd col., 2nd line, for "8th" read "second day". P . 365, 2nd col., interchange 8th and 10th lines. I Announcements Award s for 1943 Offered by Foundation for the Study of Cycles Th e Foundation is awarding a medal to the person who, during 1943, published the book o r paper that in the opinion of the judges is the most outstanding in this field. The judges are Dr . C. G. Abbot, Dr. Harold E. Anthony, Prof. W. C. Mitchell, Prof. E. Huntington, and Prof. V . C. Wynne-Edwards. Various scientific societies (including AMS) have recommended advisors t o the judges. Interested persons should write the Chairman, Prof. E. Huntington, Yale Uni- versity, for further details. Technical and Scientific Positions with the Government Men and women are sought to fill States. There are no age limits, and positions as technical and scientific no written test is required. Applica- tions and complete information may aids in the Federal Government. They are needed to do research and testing be obtained from first- and second- in the following fields: chemistry, class post offices, from civil service geology, geophysics:, mathematics, met- regional offices and from the commis- alurgy, meteorology, physics and ra- sion in Washington, D. C. Applica- tions will be accepted at the U. S. dio. The positions pay from $1,620 to $2,600, plus overtime. Civil Service Commission, Washing- ton, D. C., until the needs at the serv- Applicants may qualify through ice have been met. experience or education. For the assistant grade, applications will be Trainee positions in technical and accepted from persons who have com- scientific work will be filled in Wash- pleted one year of paid experience or ington, D. C., and vicinity. The salary a war-training course approved by is $1,440 a year plus overtime, and the the U. S. Office of Education. One only educational requirement is that year of college study, including one the applicant must have completed course in the option applied for, is one high-school credit of physics, also qualifying. Persons now enrolled chemistry, mathematics, biology or in war-training or college courses may general science. There are no options. apply, subject to completion of the Persons using their highest skills in course. For the higher grades suc- war work are not encouraged to apply. cessively greater amounts of educa- Wa r manpower restrictions on federal tion or experience are required. appointments are given in Form 3989, The majority of positions are in posted in first- and second-class post Washington, D. C., but some will be offices. filled in other parts of the United http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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1520-0477
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June, 1942, Bulletin: P. 258, 2nd col., omit the 6th to 13th lines below the table. P . 259, 2nd col., 7th line, for "mountain", read "valley". P . 260, the table should have followed the 12th line of the second column of the text. P. 260, 2nd col., 6th line from bottom, for "recur" read "occur". P. 262, 12th line from bottom should read "C = Mesothermal: mean temperature of coldest mont h between 18° and 0° C." Ma p of Climates of S. W. Guatemala, legend should read "1921 Census" instead of "1931 Census" . September, Bulletin: P. 308, M01.9, FERENCE, M-, etc., should be no. 6 instead of no. 7 of the University of Chicag o reports. P. 309, M15.127, WULF, etc., should be no. 10 rather than no. 6 of the University of Chicag o reports. October, Bulletin: P. 320, Byer's article, for the word "thickness", substitute "weight". Pp . 334-341, the subscript of "/ " is "t" not "1". P . 343, the observation of "St. Elmo's Fire" was from 1941, not 1942. November, Bulletin: (Fletcher's article). P . 352, 1st col., at beginning of the second line a large dot should be inserted. P. 352, 2nd col., line 23 ; p. 353, 2nd col., lines 4, 6, and 23, for "counterclockwise" read "clockwise" . P . 361, 2nd col., 2nd line, for "8th" read "second day". P . 365, 2nd col., interchange 8th and 10th lines. I Announcements Award s for 1943 Offered by Foundation for the Study of Cycles Th e Foundation is awarding a medal to the person who, during 1943, published the book o r paper that in the opinion of the judges is the most outstanding in this field. The judges are Dr . C. G. Abbot, Dr. Harold E. Anthony, Prof. W. C. Mitchell, Prof. E. Huntington, and Prof. V . C. Wynne-Edwards. Various scientific societies (including AMS) have recommended advisors t o the judges. Interested persons should write the Chairman, Prof. E. Huntington, Yale Uni- versity, for further details. Technical and Scientific Positions with the Government Men and women are sought to fill States. There are no age limits, and positions as technical and scientific no written test is required. Applica- tions and complete information may aids in the Federal Government. They are needed to do research and testing be obtained from first- and second- in the following fields: chemistry, class post offices, from civil service geology, geophysics:, mathematics, met- regional offices and from the commis- alurgy, meteorology, physics and ra- sion in Washington, D. C. Applica- tions will be accepted at the U. S. dio. The positions pay from $1,620 to $2,600, plus overtime. Civil Service Commission, Washing- ton, D. C., until the needs at the serv- Applicants may qualify through ice have been met. experience or education. For the assistant grade, applications will be Trainee positions in technical and accepted from persons who have com- scientific work will be filled in Wash- pleted one year of paid experience or ington, D. C., and vicinity. The salary a war-training course approved by is $1,440 a year plus overtime, and the the U. S. Office of Education. One only educational requirement is that year of college study, including one the applicant must have completed course in the option applied for, is one high-school credit of physics, also qualifying. Persons now enrolled chemistry, mathematics, biology or in war-training or college courses may general science. There are no options. apply, subject to completion of the Persons using their highest skills in course. For the higher grades suc- war work are not encouraged to apply. cessively greater amounts of educa- Wa r manpower restrictions on federal tion or experience are required. appointments are given in Form 3989, The majority of positions are in posted in first- and second-class post Washington, D. C., but some will be offices. filled in other parts of the United

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Published: Jan 1, 1943

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