25 YEARS AGO

25 YEARS AGO Segundo, California, is a nonprofit organization pro- viding architecture, engineering, and scientific support to the Department of Defense space programs. The cor- poration also cooperates with other government agencies First Third-Order and international organizations in the application of space Acronym Sighted technology to projects in the national interest. Hispanic Business magazine has named 1995 Recently while reading the Nobel laureate and 1997 UCAR GARP Third GATE AMS Honorary Member Progress report at the ISMG, I was de- Mario J . Molina as one of lighted (aghast?) to witness my first third- the 100 Most Influential order acronym. As an assiduous observer Hispanics. Molina received of obscure meteorological phenomena, I the 1995 Nobel Prize for have yet to decide how this observation Chemistry along with F. ranks with a sighting of Kern's Arc (which Sherwood Rowland and I have not seen) or the Fata Morgana Paul Crutzen for their 20- (which I have). Possibly a distinction be- year study of the ozone layer. Molina is the Lee and tween natural and unnatural phenomena is Geraldine Martin Professor of Environmental Studies in order. and a professor in the Department of Earth, Atmospheric In section 4 of the report one finds and Planetary Sciences and the Department of Chemis- GOCC which stands for GATE Opera- try at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. • tional Control Centre. GATE refers to GARP Atlantic Tropical Experiment and GARP stands for something or other that slips my mind because it has not been writ- Position Available HydioIogM & ten out in full in the literature for so long. Land-Surfaced Process Modeling We might thus write [(GARP)ATE]OCC, The NOAA National Weather Service which certainly looks more impressive if (NWS) Office of Hydrology (OH) is seeking a visiting scientist. The OH Visiting Scientist not more poetic than Fata Morgana. Program,, managed by the University I eagerly await news of the sighting of a fourth- or fifth-order meteorological acronym. Alistair B. Fraser Pennsylvania State University development on issues related to hy( satellite data to augment current e University Park, Pa. 16802 Applicants should have a PhD in ,. OJ v hydraulic engineering, applied mathematics, or a relate field. The appointment will be for two to three years, Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 53, 1192. reviewed annually. Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. For questions related to the scientific project, contact: Charles Hoffeditz at telephone 301-713-0640 xl26, fax: 301-713-0963 or via e-mail at:charles.hoffeditz@noaa.gov • A^over fetter stating the name of this program. • Curriculum Vitae with list of publications. • Names and addresses of four professional references. TCLEVKIOHICIIU OfflPNOTl • PhD thesis abstract, including title. • 1-2 page statement of experience and interests as related to goals or program. 94 9 Christopher J. Dunn 1997 Application deadline: 1 March 1998 Complete description of position: http-yAvww.vsp.ucanedu 95 0 Mary Kay Kleist 1997 951 Dave Parker 1997 UNIVERSITY CORPORATION FOR ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH HVisitin g Scientist Programs • P. 0 . Box 3000 • Boulder, C O • 80307-3000 95 2 Keryn Shipman 1997 (303) 497-8649 • vsp@ncar.ucanedu • http://www.vsp.ucaredu 2762 Vol. 78, No. 12,, December 1997 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Segundo, California, is a nonprofit organization pro- viding architecture, engineering, and scientific support to the Department of Defense space programs. The cor- poration also cooperates with other government agencies First Third-Order and international organizations in the application of space Acronym Sighted technology to projects in the national interest. Hispanic Business magazine has named 1995 Recently while reading the Nobel laureate and 1997 UCAR GARP Third GATE AMS Honorary Member Progress report at the ISMG, I was de- Mario J . Molina as one of lighted (aghast?) to witness my first third- the 100 Most Influential order acronym. As an assiduous observer Hispanics. Molina received of obscure meteorological phenomena, I the 1995 Nobel Prize for have yet to decide how this observation Chemistry along with F. ranks with a sighting of Kern's Arc (which Sherwood Rowland and I have not seen) or the Fata Morgana Paul Crutzen for their 20- (which I have). Possibly a distinction be- year study of the ozone layer. Molina is the Lee and tween natural and unnatural phenomena is Geraldine Martin Professor of Environmental Studies in order. and a professor in the Department of Earth, Atmospheric In section 4 of the report one finds and Planetary Sciences and the Department of Chemis- GOCC which stands for GATE Opera- try at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. • tional Control Centre. GATE refers to GARP Atlantic Tropical Experiment and GARP stands for something or other that slips my mind because it has not been writ- Position Available HydioIogM & ten out in full in the literature for so long. Land-Surfaced Process Modeling We might thus write [(GARP)ATE]OCC, The NOAA National Weather Service which certainly looks more impressive if (NWS) Office of Hydrology (OH) is seeking a visiting scientist. The OH Visiting Scientist not more poetic than Fata Morgana. Program,, managed by the University I eagerly await news of the sighting of a fourth- or fifth-order meteorological acronym. Alistair B. Fraser Pennsylvania State University development on issues related to hy( satellite data to augment current e University Park, Pa. 16802 Applicants should have a PhD in ,. OJ v hydraulic engineering, applied mathematics, or a relate field. The appointment will be for two to three years, Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 53, 1192. reviewed annually. Salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. For questions related to the scientific project, contact: Charles Hoffeditz at telephone 301-713-0640 xl26, fax: 301-713-0963 or via e-mail at:charles.hoffeditz@noaa.gov • A^over fetter stating the name of this program. • Curriculum Vitae with list of publications. • Names and addresses of four professional references. TCLEVKIOHICIIU OfflPNOTl • PhD thesis abstract, including title. • 1-2 page statement of experience and interests as related to goals or program. 94 9 Christopher J. Dunn 1997 Application deadline: 1 March 1998 Complete description of position: http-yAvww.vsp.ucanedu 95 0 Mary Kay Kleist 1997 951 Dave Parker 1997 UNIVERSITY CORPORATION FOR ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH HVisitin g Scientist Programs • P. 0 . Box 3000 • Boulder, C O • 80307-3000 95 2 Keryn Shipman 1997 (303) 497-8649 • vsp@ncar.ucanedu • http://www.vsp.ucaredu 2762 Vol. 78, No. 12,, December 1997

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