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Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society , Volume 62 (10): 4 – Oct 1, 1981

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-62.10.1512
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Anchorage maturing. Hosier, addressing 125 members and friends, including 13 local On 24 April, chapter members graded and awarded science fair science fair winners, compared the future world with present-day projects in the Anchorage Science and Engineering Fair. AMS populous China, where enormous efforts are made to utilize fore- certificates and a year's subscription to Weatherwise were awarded casts to save and enhance food crops. China also offers a perspective for viewing climate forecasts. "The Great Wall was built to keep out to projects on acid snow and light scattering. people who were forced to move by climate changes," he said. In The 29 April meeting was held at Elmendorf Air Force Base today's world, he continued, food is moved rather than people, and Officer's Club. During the luncheon meeting, much time was spent talking about federal program cuts and changes. The nominating hence greater weather and climate forecasting skills are needed to committee then presented its recommendations for the 1981-82 support the logistics and timing of food shipments. Management officers. Members also discussed last summer's heat wave in the and movement of water, energy, and other commodities all require lower 48 states and the unusually dry and warm

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Published: Oct 1, 1981

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