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25 years ago announcements TOGA COARE Data Workshop CD-RO M published, including a description of the datasets, typ e of dat a or information, format, sourc e of T o facilitate international cooperation and collabo- the content, associated software, references, origina- ration in the analysis and exchange of COAR E data- to r of the content, publisher, and distributor. sets, the TOG A COARE International Project Office MeteoQUES T plans to publish subsequent editions (TCIPO ) announces the TOG A COARE International annually. Data Workshop, 2-11 August 1994, at the Meteo- France Conference Center in Toulouse, France. T o order the CD-ROM Sourcebook, contact Th e workshop will involve reports and discussions MeteoQUEST , 57 Catesby Lane, P.O. Box 10360, in plenar y session interspersed with periods of hands- Bedford, NH 03110-0360; telephone: 603-471-1802. on data analysis an d exchang e amon g smaller formal an d a d hoc workin g groups. It wil l produc e a report that includes assessment of progress toward COARE goals and identification of key scientific issues and • • • actions required to address those issues. The pro- gra m will extend for eight days: a first day of data status reports, science updates, and setting of issues by leaders of the COARE science groups; two-day cycles of working sessions morning and afternoon with midday poster (hardcopy and electronic) ses- Editor's Note sions and a summary plenary discussion for each cycle; and a final day of summary reports to plenary If your organization or group is conducting an an d evaluation and discussion of workshop issues. atmospheric, oceanic, hydrological or related sci- For more information, contact the TCIPO at 303- ence conference, workshop, or seminar or has 497-8692 ; internet: jones@ncar.ucar.edu; omnet: released a CD-ROM , report, or other printed or coare.office. electronic information, submit the announcement t o the Bulletin. The announcement should be typed Special Issue on Air-Sea Interaction Planned and include a contact name and phone number. In 1995 the Journal of Climate will publish a group Send t o Bulletin News Editor, 45 Beacon St., Bos- of papers in a special issue that deals with various ton, MA 02108-3693; e-mail:amspubs@aip.org. aspects of large-scale air-sea interaction. The issue will be dedicated to the memory of Stanley Hayes, an oceanographe r wh o pioneere d th e developmen t of the present observational basis for studies of air-sea interaction in th e tropica l Pacific. It is expecte d that the major emphasis will be on interactions in the Tropics but papers on extratropical interactions will also be Meteorology at North Carolina State University considered. North Carolina State University at Raleigh is initiat- T o submit a paper for consideration for inclusion in ing a program of instruction in meteorology, effective the Hayes special issue of the Journal of Climate, with the academic session 1969-1970. The program contact the editor and indicate the expected date of will be under the di- manuscript submission: Peter Lamb, Chief Editor, rection of Dr. Walter P.O. Box 720130, Norman, OK 73070-4103; tele- J. Sauscier , formerly phone: 405-325-3041. of the University of Oklahoma . Further CD-ROM Sourcebook information may be A directory that contains discriptions of more than obtaine d from the Department of Geosciences, North 20 0 atmospheric science related CD-ROMs will be Carolina State University, Raleigh, N. Car. 27607. published by MeteoQUEST of Bedford, New Hamp- shire , in August 1994. The directory, "CD-ROM Sourceboo k for th e Atmospheric , Oceanic, Earth, and Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 50,576. Spac e Sciences," will provide information about each 1298 Vol. 75, No. 7, July 1994 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society
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announcements TOGA COARE Data Workshop CD-RO M published, including a description of the datasets, typ e of dat a or information, format, sourc e of T o facilitate international cooperation and collabo- the content, associated software, references, origina- ration in the analysis and exchange of COAR E data- to r of the content, publisher, and distributor. sets, the TOG A COARE International Project Office MeteoQUES T plans to publish subsequent editions (TCIPO ) announces the TOG A COARE International annually. Data Workshop, 2-11 August 1994, at the Meteo- France Conference Center in Toulouse, France. T o order the CD-ROM Sourcebook, contact Th e workshop will involve reports and discussions MeteoQUEST , 57 Catesby Lane, P.O. Box 10360, in plenar y session interspersed with periods of hands- Bedford, NH 03110-0360; telephone: 603-471-1802. on data analysis an d exchang e amon g smaller formal an d a d hoc workin g groups. It wil l produc e a report that includes assessment of progress toward COARE goals and identification of key scientific issues and • • • actions required to address those issues. The pro- gra m will extend for eight days: a first day of data status reports, science updates, and setting of issues by leaders of the COARE science groups; two-day cycles of working sessions morning and afternoon with midday poster (hardcopy and electronic) ses- Editor's Note sions and a summary plenary discussion for each cycle; and a final day of summary reports to plenary If your organization or group is conducting an an d evaluation and discussion of workshop issues. atmospheric, oceanic, hydrological or related sci- For more information, contact the TCIPO at 303- ence conference, workshop, or seminar or has 497-8692 ; internet: jones@ncar.ucar.edu; omnet: released a CD-ROM , report, or other printed or coare.office. electronic information, submit the announcement t o the Bulletin. The announcement should be typed Special Issue on Air-Sea Interaction Planned and include a contact name and phone number. In 1995 the Journal of Climate will publish a group Send t o Bulletin News Editor, 45 Beacon St., Bos- of papers in a special issue that deals with various ton, MA 02108-3693; e-mail:amspubs@aip.org. aspects of large-scale air-sea interaction. The issue will be dedicated to the memory of Stanley Hayes, an oceanographe r wh o pioneere d th e developmen t of the present observational basis for studies of air-sea interaction in th e tropica l Pacific. It is expecte d that the major emphasis will be on interactions in the Tropics but papers on extratropical interactions will also be Meteorology at North Carolina State University considered. North Carolina State University at Raleigh is initiat- T o submit a paper for consideration for inclusion in ing a program of instruction in meteorology, effective the Hayes special issue of the Journal of Climate, with the academic session 1969-1970. The program contact the editor and indicate the expected date of will be under the di- manuscript submission: Peter Lamb, Chief Editor, rection of Dr. Walter P.O. Box 720130, Norman, OK 73070-4103; tele- J. Sauscier , formerly phone: 405-325-3041. of the University of Oklahoma . Further CD-ROM Sourcebook information may be A directory that contains discriptions of more than obtaine d from the Department of Geosciences, North 20 0 atmospheric science related CD-ROMs will be Carolina State University, Raleigh, N. Car. 27607. published by MeteoQUEST of Bedford, New Hamp- shire , in August 1994. The directory, "CD-ROM Sourceboo k for th e Atmospheric , Oceanic, Earth, and Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 50,576. Spac e Sciences," will provide information about each 1298 Vol. 75, No. 7, July 1994

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