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25 years ago . . . Vol. 70, No. 2, February 1989 abou t ou r corporatio n members ENSR Consulting and Engineering has named Robert Webe r vice president and regional manager of the firm's Midwes t Region. The midwest region includes offices in Chicago, Minneapolis, and Pittsburgh. A t AM S Headquarters* Christian Seigneur recently joined ENS R as a senior program manager based in Oakland, California. He Dr. Robert M. White, chief of the Weather Bureau, met at AMS headquarters on 2 December with members of the AMS Committee is directing air quality and hazardous waste projects, on Industrial Meteorology. Committee members present were Frederic and air toxics for industrial clients. A. Berry, Rear Adm. USN (Ret.), E. Bollay Associates, Inc.; Robert G. Beebe, Midwest Weather Service; Loren W. Crow, consulting me- Service Argos Inc. marks 10 years of successful teorologist; Norman L. Hallanger, Booz-Allen Applied Research; and ARGO S operation with the launch of the NOAA-H John R. Murray, Murray and Trettel. Dr. White was accompanied by satellite space craft in late September, which carried James M. Beall and John H. Eberly. the 8th model of the French ARGO S data collection On 4 December, members of the AMS Film Panel (Eugene Bollay, and location system onboard. E. Bollay Associates; Dr. Louis J. Battan, University of Arizona; Prof. Verne N. Rockcastle, Cornell University; Prof. Verner E. Suomi, Uni- ARGO S is a cooperative program between the versity of Wisconsin) met at headquarters. Also present were Dr. Vin- French Space Agency and the National Oceani c and cent J. Schaefer, State University of New York, and Dr. L. O. Binder, Atmospheric Administration (NOAA ) for environmen- National Science Foundation. Roman Kroitor and Hugh O'Connor of tal data collection and platform location globally. the National Film Board of Canada discussed progress on a film they are producing for the AMS. On the 5th, Executive Secretary Spengler went to New York to attend Member s are encouraged to submit news items about the annual dinner of the American Geographic Society, at which Dr. themselves or colleagues that will be of interest to fellow F. Kenneth Hare of McGill University was the principal speaker. The members. Copy should be typed double-spaced; photos should following day, Mr. Spengler visited the American Institute of Physics accompany news items when possible.—News Ed. • and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics on matters concerning the AMS annual meeting scheduled for New York in Jan- uary 1965. On the 7th, Mr. Spengler went to Washington, DC, for a meeting of the Committee on Council Affairs of the American Asso- ciation for the Advancement of Science. • * Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 45, 123. Th e Air Force Geophysics Scholar Program is spon- sored by the Air Force Geophysics Laboratory and is conducte d by the Southeastern Center for Electrical En- gineerin g Education (SCEEE). This program provides 50 years ago.. . research opportunities for qualified Engineers and Sci- entists who have received their Ph.D . degrees, or equiv- alent, from technical programs at U.S. Universities or Technica l Institutions. These opportunities consist of re- search appointments of 12 months duration with an op- Examinatio n for Junio r Observer* tional one-year extension at the Air Force Geophysics Laboratory , located at Hanscom AFB near Boston. Re- search opportunities exist in the following areas of me- teorology : cloud and precipitation microphysics, An examination for Junior Observer in Meteorology, $1440 a year, atmospheri c dynamics and NWP, ground-based and re- in the U.S. Weather Bureau, is announced. Applications must be on file in Washington by April 17, excepting for the Rocky Mountains mot e sensing equipment and techniques, satellite me- and other western States, for which the closing date is April 20. The teorology , mesoscale modeling and studies, boundary examination will be on high-school physics, elementary meteorology, layer processes and climatology methods and models. and high-school mathematics. Candidates must have completed a full All qualified applicants will receive consideration with- 4-year high-school course or must pass an intelligence test. The age out regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. limits are 18 to 35, except persons granted military preference. 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Vol. 70, No. 2, February 1989 abou t ou r corporatio n members ENSR Consulting and Engineering has named Robert Webe r vice president and regional manager of the firm's Midwes t Region. The midwest region includes offices in Chicago, Minneapolis, and Pittsburgh. A t AM S Headquarters* Christian Seigneur recently joined ENS R as a senior program manager based in Oakland, California. He Dr. Robert M. White, chief of the Weather Bureau, met at AMS headquarters on 2 December with members of the AMS Committee is directing air quality and hazardous waste projects, on Industrial Meteorology. Committee members present were Frederic and air toxics for industrial clients. A. Berry, Rear Adm. USN (Ret.), E. Bollay Associates, Inc.; Robert G. Beebe, Midwest Weather Service; Loren W. Crow, consulting me- Service Argos Inc. marks 10 years of successful teorologist; Norman L. Hallanger, Booz-Allen Applied Research; and ARGO S operation with the launch of the NOAA-H John R. Murray, Murray and Trettel. Dr. White was accompanied by satellite space craft in late September, which carried James M. Beall and John H. Eberly. the 8th model of the French ARGO S data collection On 4 December, members of the AMS Film Panel (Eugene Bollay, and location system onboard. E. Bollay Associates; Dr. Louis J. Battan, University of Arizona; Prof. Verne N. Rockcastle, Cornell University; Prof. Verner E. Suomi, Uni- ARGO S is a cooperative program between the versity of Wisconsin) met at headquarters. Also present were Dr. Vin- French Space Agency and the National Oceani c and cent J. Schaefer, State University of New York, and Dr. L. O. Binder, Atmospheric Administration (NOAA ) for environmen- National Science Foundation. Roman Kroitor and Hugh O'Connor of tal data collection and platform location globally. the National Film Board of Canada discussed progress on a film they are producing for the AMS. On the 5th, Executive Secretary Spengler went to New York to attend Member s are encouraged to submit news items about the annual dinner of the American Geographic Society, at which Dr. themselves or colleagues that will be of interest to fellow F. Kenneth Hare of McGill University was the principal speaker. The members. Copy should be typed double-spaced; photos should following day, Mr. Spengler visited the American Institute of Physics accompany news items when possible.—News Ed. • and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics on matters concerning the AMS annual meeting scheduled for New York in Jan- uary 1965. On the 7th, Mr. Spengler went to Washington, DC, for a meeting of the Committee on Council Affairs of the American Asso- ciation for the Advancement of Science. • * Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 45, 123. Th e Air Force Geophysics Scholar Program is spon- sored by the Air Force Geophysics Laboratory and is conducte d by the Southeastern Center for Electrical En- gineerin g Education (SCEEE). This program provides 50 years ago.. . research opportunities for qualified Engineers and Sci- entists who have received their Ph.D . degrees, or equiv- alent, from technical programs at U.S. Universities or Technica l Institutions. These opportunities consist of re- search appointments of 12 months duration with an op- Examinatio n for Junio r Observer* tional one-year extension at the Air Force Geophysics Laboratory , located at Hanscom AFB near Boston. Re- search opportunities exist in the following areas of me- teorology : cloud and precipitation microphysics, An examination for Junior Observer in Meteorology, $1440 a year, atmospheri c dynamics and NWP, ground-based and re- in the U.S. Weather Bureau, is announced. Applications must be on file in Washington by April 17, excepting for the Rocky Mountains mot e sensing equipment and techniques, satellite me- and other western States, for which the closing date is April 20. The teorology , mesoscale modeling and studies, boundary examination will be on high-school physics, elementary meteorology, layer processes and climatology methods and models. and high-school mathematics. Candidates must have completed a full All qualified applicants will receive consideration with- 4-year high-school course or must pass an intelligence test. The age out regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. limits are 18 to 35, except persons granted military preference. Ap- SCEE E supports Equal Opportunity/Affirmativ e Action. plication form no. 8 (also preference form 14, if veteran preference is Fo r information and application forms contact: SCEEE, claimed) may be obtained from the Secretary of the Board of the United 1101 Massachusetts Avenue, St. Cloud, FL 32769. States Civil Service Examiners at any first-class post office. The title Phon e (407) 892-6146. of the examination should be stated.—C.F.B. • * Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 20, 84.

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