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25 YEARS AGO Ocean/Atmospheric Advisory indicated below, members will hold three year terms Committee Appointed on the Committee. President Richard M. Nixon has The President named Dr. William A. Nierenberg appointed 25 persons to the new Na- as Chairman of the Committee and Dr. William J. tiona l Advisory Committee on Hargis, Jr., as Vice Chairman. Dr. Nierenberg is Di- Oceans and Atmosphere as of 19 rector of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La October. Established under Public Jolla, Calif., and Dr. Hargis is Director of the Virginia Law 92-125, the purpose of the Com- Institute of Marine Science at Gloucester Point, Va., mittee is to "undertake a continuing and Chairman of the Coastal States Association. review of the progress of the marine Other members appointed to the Committee are: and atmospheric science and service programs of the three year term: Charles F. Bair, International Nickel United States, and advise the Secretary of Commerce Company, Inc., Shore Hills, N.J.; Wayne Burt, Oregon with respect to the carrying out of the purposes of the State University, Corvallis; Charles L. Drake, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration." Dartmout h College, Norwich, Vt.; Thomas A. The Committee will submit a comprehensive report Fulham, Boston Fish Market Corp., Wellesley Hills, to the President and the Congress by 30 June each Mass.; Brig. Gen. Joseph J. George, USAF (Ret.), year. Eastern Airlines, Miami, Fla.; William J. Hargis, Vir- Membership on the Committee was established by ginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, statute at 25 persons who may not be full-time offic- Va.; Thomas F. Malone, National Academy of Sci- ers or employees of the United States, but should be ence and University of Connecticut, West Hartford; drawn from state and local governments, industry, William A. Nierenberg, Scripps Institution of Ocean- science, and other appropriate areas. Except for the ography, La Jolla, Calif.; two year term: William D. first appointees, who will serve the staggered terms Carey, Arthur D. Little Corp., Washington, D.C.; Dayton H. Clewell, Mobil Oil Corp. and Mobil Re- search and Development Corp., Darien, Conn.; John P. Craven, University of Hawaii, Honolulu; Francis S. Johnson, University of Texas, Dallas; Ralph A. MacMullan, Department of Natural Resources, Lan- sing, Mich.; Mark Morton, Aerospace Group, Gen- AMSnewsletter ME-R I CAN M£?£O«OIO0IC*L SOCiFTr eral Electric Co., Narberth, Pa.; John J. Royal, Fish- erman and Allied Workers Union, San Pedro, Calif.; Julius A. Stratton, Ford Foundation, New York; one No w Online ! year term: Werner A. Baum, University of Rhode Is- land, Kingston; John C. Calhoun, Texas A&M Col- Ge t th e latest informatio n relatin g t o th e lege, College Station, Tex.; Gilbert M. Grosvenor, atmospheric , oceanic , an d hydrologic National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.; O. communitie s for free! William Moody, Jr., AFL-CIO Maritime Trades De- partment and Seafarers International Union, AFL- Is technolog y replacin g th e nee d for human s in CIO, Silver Spring, Md.; Verner E. Suomi, Space meteorology ? Science and Engineering Center, University of Wis- What' s ne w wit h GOES-8 an d GOES-9? consin, Madison; Edward Wenk, Jr., Aerospace Re- search Laboratory, University of Washington, Seattle; Wh o ar e this month' s peopl e in th e news? Clement Tillion, Alaska State Legislature, Homer; Myron Tribus, Xerox Corp., Rochester, N.Y.; and All this an d mor e in this month' s AMS RAdm. Odale D. Waters, Jr., USN (Ret.), Florida In- Newsletter. stitute of Technology, N. Indialantic. • Th e AMS Newsletter ca n b e foun d o n th e AM S hom e pag e Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 52, 1127 (http://www.ametsoc.org/AIVIS) . 2800 Vol. 77, No. 1 1, November 7 996 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Abstract

Ocean/Atmospheric Advisory indicated below, members will hold three year terms Committee Appointed on the Committee. President Richard M. Nixon has The President named Dr. William A. Nierenberg appointed 25 persons to the new Na- as Chairman of the Committee and Dr. William J. tiona l Advisory Committee on Hargis, Jr., as Vice Chairman. Dr. Nierenberg is Di- Oceans and Atmosphere as of 19 rector of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La October. Established under Public Jolla, Calif., and Dr. Hargis is Director of the Virginia Law 92-125, the purpose of the Com- Institute of Marine Science at Gloucester Point, Va., mittee is to "undertake a continuing and Chairman of the Coastal States Association. review of the progress of the marine Other members appointed to the Committee are: and atmospheric science and service programs of the three year term: Charles F. Bair, International Nickel United States, and advise the Secretary of Commerce Company, Inc., Shore Hills, N.J.; Wayne Burt, Oregon with respect to the carrying out of the purposes of the State University, Corvallis; Charles L. Drake, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration." Dartmout h College, Norwich, Vt.; Thomas A. The Committee will submit a comprehensive report Fulham, Boston Fish Market Corp., Wellesley Hills, to the President and the Congress by 30 June each Mass.; Brig. Gen. Joseph J. George, USAF (Ret.), year. Eastern Airlines, Miami, Fla.; William J. Hargis, Vir- Membership on the Committee was established by ginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, statute at 25 persons who may not be full-time offic- Va.; Thomas F. Malone, National Academy of Sci- ers or employees of the United States, but should be ence and University of Connecticut, West Hartford; drawn from state and local governments, industry, William A. Nierenberg, Scripps Institution of Ocean- science, and other appropriate areas. Except for the ography, La Jolla, Calif.; two year term: William D. first appointees, who will serve the staggered terms Carey, Arthur D. Little Corp., Washington, D.C.; Dayton H. Clewell, Mobil Oil Corp. and Mobil Re- search and Development Corp., Darien, Conn.; John P. Craven, University of Hawaii, Honolulu; Francis S. Johnson, University of Texas, Dallas; Ralph A. MacMullan, Department of Natural Resources, Lan- sing, Mich.; Mark Morton, Aerospace Group, Gen- AMSnewsletter ME-R I CAN M£?£O«OIO0IC*L SOCiFTr eral Electric Co., Narberth, Pa.; John J. Royal, Fish- erman and Allied Workers Union, San Pedro, Calif.; Julius A. Stratton, Ford Foundation, New York; one No w Online ! year term: Werner A. Baum, University of Rhode Is- land, Kingston; John C. Calhoun, Texas A&M Col- Ge t th e latest informatio n relatin g t o th e lege, College Station, Tex.; Gilbert M. Grosvenor, atmospheric , oceanic , an d hydrologic National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C.; O. communitie s for free! William Moody, Jr., AFL-CIO Maritime Trades De- partment and Seafarers International Union, AFL- Is technolog y replacin g th e nee d for human s in CIO, Silver Spring, Md.; Verner E. Suomi, Space meteorology ? Science and Engineering Center, University of Wis- What' s ne w wit h GOES-8 an d GOES-9? consin, Madison; Edward Wenk, Jr., Aerospace Re- search Laboratory, University of Washington, Seattle; Wh o ar e this month' s peopl e in th e news? Clement Tillion, Alaska State Legislature, Homer; Myron Tribus, Xerox Corp., Rochester, N.Y.; and All this an d mor e in this month' s AMS RAdm. Odale D. Waters, Jr., USN (Ret.), Florida In- Newsletter. stitute of Technology, N. Indialantic. • Th e AMS Newsletter ca n b e foun d o n th e AM S hom e pag e Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 52, 1127 (http://www.ametsoc.org/AIVIS) . 2800 Vol. 77, No. 1 1, November 7 996

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