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NEWS FROM OUR BRANCHES

NEWS FROM OUR BRANCHES VOL . 38, No . 4, APRIL, 1957 should be sent to Mr. Donald D. Sorenson, Northern for receipt of titles, abstracts, presentation requirements Natural Gas Company, Omaha 1, Nebraska. The Omaha- is 15 July. Dr. Ligda is also interested in receiving names Offutt Branch of the Society is assisting Mr. Sorenson and addresses of students who attended the meteorology on social activities for the Conference. training program of the Signal Corps during World War Sessions are tentatively planned on Descriptive Mete- I at College Station to enlist support for a class reunion. orology, Theoretical Meteorology, Climatology, Long Information should be directed to the Department of Range Forecasting, and Numerical Weather Prediction. Oceanography and Meteorology, A. & M. College of Meeting headquarters for the Conference will be the Texas, College Station, Texas. Sheraton-Fontenelle Hotel, 18th and Douglas Streets, and Papers are especially invited on the following subjects: a block of rooms has been reserved for those making Agricultural Meteorology, Weather Modification and reservations. Cloud Physics; Severe Weather (observation, analysis, and forecasting); Trajectories; Interaction between Sea and Atmosphere; IGY observations or studies. Tenta- Meeting in College Station, Texas, tively, special symposia are planned on Education; Pro- 13-15 November fessional Standards http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-38.4.243
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VOL . 38, No . 4, APRIL, 1957 should be sent to Mr. Donald D. Sorenson, Northern for receipt of titles, abstracts, presentation requirements Natural Gas Company, Omaha 1, Nebraska. The Omaha- is 15 July. Dr. Ligda is also interested in receiving names Offutt Branch of the Society is assisting Mr. Sorenson and addresses of students who attended the meteorology on social activities for the Conference. training program of the Signal Corps during World War Sessions are tentatively planned on Descriptive Mete- I at College Station to enlist support for a class reunion. orology, Theoretical Meteorology, Climatology, Long Information should be directed to the Department of Range Forecasting, and Numerical Weather Prediction. Oceanography and Meteorology, A. & M. College of Meeting headquarters for the Conference will be the Texas, College Station, Texas. Sheraton-Fontenelle Hotel, 18th and Douglas Streets, and Papers are especially invited on the following subjects: a block of rooms has been reserved for those making Agricultural Meteorology, Weather Modification and reservations. Cloud Physics; Severe Weather (observation, analysis, and forecasting); Trajectories; Interaction between Sea and Atmosphere; IGY observations or studies. Tenta- Meeting in College Station, Texas, tively, special symposia are planned on Education; Pro- 13-15 November fessional Standards

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Apr 1, 1957

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