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Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society , Volume 64 (4): 1 – Apr 1, 1983

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"Dave Ludlum's name is an institution among the nation's meteorologists. His books are our historical references. His style fascinates us. I 383 Academic Press, Inc. invite you to join the crowd." —John Coleman 407 AIR, Inc. c2 Alden Electronic c4 Belfort Instrument Co. Where were the biggest snowstorms, the longest rainless c3 Campbell Scientific, Inc. periods, the hottest heat waves, the coldest cold waves) 376 Elsevier Science Publishing Co., Inc. When were the killer tornadoes, the major hurricanes, and snowstorms in Florida ? What causes cold fronts? 393 Radio Research Instrument Co., Inc. } {eat waves? What was the weather like in 1776? Ho w do you parachute through a thunderstorm? • 395 United Video, Inc. HIVV W When was the Johnstown Flood, •• • WW1J I the Galveston Hurricane, i the Tri-state Tornado? AMS Publications, Preprints, etc. 381 Fourth Conference on Atmospheric Radiation 382 Second Conference on Coastal Meteorology H a 388 METROMEX: A Review and Summary 390 Third Joint Conference on Applications of Air Pollu- n|li| V has all the answers plus IKIIIIH ^ key cities, dates, events, tion Meteorology W wA n and eyewitness accounts 396 Tropical Cyclones—Their Evolution, Structure and major weather phenomena, charts and drawings of ather-at-a-glance* daily and monthly weather, Effects Bg * 397 Fifth Symposium on Turbulence, Diffusion, and Air If f. Pollution 401 Proceedings—International Conference on Climate an d Offshore Energy Resources 402 Short Course—Instruments and Techniques for Prob- ing the Atmospheric Boundary Layer 408 Early American Tornadoes 409 The Thermal Theory of Cyclones 424 Early American Winters Enriched with fascinating weather stories and 432 Weather Ties and Scarves full records of the hottest, coldest, wettest and 436 Second Conference on Flash Floods other extremes for every state in the union, 438 Ninth Conference on Weather Forecasting and Analysis here is a unique, month-by-month account of 448 Employment Announcements major American weather events through the 448 The American Weather Book years. Photographs and maps; four appendixes of weather records. 296 pp., 6 in X 9 in $14.95 Cloth (ISBN 0-395-32049-6) $8.95 Paper (ISBN 0-395-32122-0) (add $1.50 for postage and handling) employment announcements Also available: Th e American Meteorological Society issues employment A FIELD GUIDE TO THE ATMOSPHERE announcement s monthly, setting forth opportunities for by Vincent J. Schaefer and John A. Day position s in the atmospheric and oceanographic fields. Th e employers describe the prerequisites and require- ment s for the openings. Member s and nonmembers may subscribe to the an- American Meteorological Society nouncements . The subscription price for a calendar 45 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108-3693 year (12 monthly issues) is $6 fo r AM S members and $25 fo r Please send me nonmember s (add $10 for mailing to a foreign address; The American Weather Book, hardcover ($14.95) monthl y issues will be sent via air mail). After July 1, half- The American Weather Book, paperback ($8.95) year subscriptions (for July through December issues) are A Field Guide to the Atmosphere, hardcover ($13.95) available at one half of the above annual prices. Enclosed is my check or money order for payment in full, Th e purpose of the Employment Announcements is to including $1.50 per book ordered to cover postage and han- provid e a means by which those seeking positions in the dling. (Allow 4 weeks for delivery.) atmospheri c and related fields and those requiring per- sonne l to fill such openings may have a convenient Name mean s of communication. Organizations that wish to avail themselves of this service should contact Jean Address _ Cooper , American Meteorological Society, 45 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. 02108 (617-227-2425), for details City State - Zip . an d charges. • Vol. 64. No. 4, April 1983

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