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50 years ago announcements "A Celebration of Science" to Kick off American ment of Science, 1333 H Street, Washington, D.C. Association for the Advancement of Science An- 20005; phone: 202-326-6400. nual Meeting The Annual Meeting of the American Association Conference for Pollution Prevention Strategies to for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) will be held on be held in Baltimore 11-16 February 1993 at the Hynes Convention Center The Air & Waste Management Association will and Sheraton Boston Hotel and Towers in Boston, sponsor the "Pollution Prevention, Reuse, Recycling Massachusetts. and Environmental Efficiency" conference on 13-16 April 1993 at the Sheraton Inner Harbor in Baltimore, The meeting will feature the full range of sciences Maryland. from meteorology to cosmology, from measuring equal The conference will cover pollution prevention pro- opportunity in the workplace to analyzing criminal cedures, processes, and practices that reduce or careers, from reforming science education to under- eliminate pollutant generation at the source and whole- standing the human dimensions of environmental system life-cycle approaches to accomplish overall change. pollution prevention, elimination, and minimization. The meeting will also focus on the issue of science The Air & Waste Management Association provides education reform, leading off with "A Celebration of a neutral forum where environmental professionals Science" (formerly Public Science Day) on 11 Febru- share technical and managerial information about air ary, during which thousands of Boston and Cambridge pollution control and waste management, represent- schoolchildren will participate in hands-on science ing all disciplines and providing many viewpoints on activities throughout the city. A one-day symposium environmental issues. on 13 February will focus on the national science For meeting information, contact Marci Mazzei, Air education standards currently being developed. & Waste Management Association, P.O. Box 2861, A full schedule of news briefings will be available Pittsburgh, PA 15230; phone: 412-232-3444, ext. 3142; this month. For more information, contact Nan fax: 412-232-3450. • Broadbent, American Association for the Advance- Latin American Section With this issue, the American Meteorological Society inaugurates a Latin American Section of its BULLETIN in Spanish. At its founding in 1919, the Society was conceived of as a society for all Americans. There have been Spanish and Portugese speaking members since the Society was organized, and among the 21 Councilors of the Society there have been one or two Latin American members in all years except one. It is quite natural, therefore, at this time when North Americans and South Americans in general have become more conscious of our common heritage and ideals, that this Society should fulfill its true hemispherical nature by publishing parts of its BULLETIN in Spanish as well as in English. The Council authorized this action in the summer of 1941. As president of the Society, I wish to welcome into our membership the many Latin Americans who are joining at this time. I am sure that meteorologists both in the northern and southern parts of our hemisphere will find benefit in this advance in publishing a bilingual BULLETIN and in the greater interchange of ideas and closer personal relations between Spanish, Portugese, and English speaking Americans. I wish to express my appreciation to those who have planned this development, particularly Alfredo Galmariniof Argentina, whose enthusiasm and vision UQQtS &Q O have put real power into the movement, and also J. de • i Sampsio Ferraz of Brazil, Jose C. Gomez of Mexico, and Jose C. Milas of Cuba, all some-time Councilors of the Society who have given it their strong support; and Ralph W. Burhoe, who has been carrying on the necessary correspondence and brought the matter to a head. Below, Sr. Galmarini makes some introductory remarks and then follow the BULLETIN'S first papers and notes in Spanish.—Edward H. Bowie, President.—Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 24,1-2. • Bulletin American Meteorological Society http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society
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announcements "A Celebration of Science" to Kick off American ment of Science, 1333 H Street, Washington, D.C. Association for the Advancement of Science An- 20005; phone: 202-326-6400. nual Meeting The Annual Meeting of the American Association Conference for Pollution Prevention Strategies to for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) will be held on be held in Baltimore 11-16 February 1993 at the Hynes Convention Center The Air & Waste Management Association will and Sheraton Boston Hotel and Towers in Boston, sponsor the "Pollution Prevention, Reuse, Recycling Massachusetts. and Environmental Efficiency" conference on 13-16 April 1993 at the Sheraton Inner Harbor in Baltimore, The meeting will feature the full range of sciences Maryland. from meteorology to cosmology, from measuring equal The conference will cover pollution prevention pro- opportunity in the workplace to analyzing criminal cedures, processes, and practices that reduce or careers, from reforming science education to under- eliminate pollutant generation at the source and whole- standing the human dimensions of environmental system life-cycle approaches to accomplish overall change. pollution prevention, elimination, and minimization. The meeting will also focus on the issue of science The Air & Waste Management Association provides education reform, leading off with "A Celebration of a neutral forum where environmental professionals Science" (formerly Public Science Day) on 11 Febru- share technical and managerial information about air ary, during which thousands of Boston and Cambridge pollution control and waste management, represent- schoolchildren will participate in hands-on science ing all disciplines and providing many viewpoints on activities throughout the city. A one-day symposium environmental issues. on 13 February will focus on the national science For meeting information, contact Marci Mazzei, Air education standards currently being developed. & Waste Management Association, P.O. Box 2861, A full schedule of news briefings will be available Pittsburgh, PA 15230; phone: 412-232-3444, ext. 3142; this month. For more information, contact Nan fax: 412-232-3450. • Broadbent, American Association for the Advance- Latin American Section With this issue, the American Meteorological Society inaugurates a Latin American Section of its BULLETIN in Spanish. At its founding in 1919, the Society was conceived of as a society for all Americans. There have been Spanish and Portugese speaking members since the Society was organized, and among the 21 Councilors of the Society there have been one or two Latin American members in all years except one. It is quite natural, therefore, at this time when North Americans and South Americans in general have become more conscious of our common heritage and ideals, that this Society should fulfill its true hemispherical nature by publishing parts of its BULLETIN in Spanish as well as in English. The Council authorized this action in the summer of 1941. As president of the Society, I wish to welcome into our membership the many Latin Americans who are joining at this time. I am sure that meteorologists both in the northern and southern parts of our hemisphere will find benefit in this advance in publishing a bilingual BULLETIN and in the greater interchange of ideas and closer personal relations between Spanish, Portugese, and English speaking Americans. I wish to express my appreciation to those who have planned this development, particularly Alfredo Galmariniof Argentina, whose enthusiasm and vision UQQtS &Q O have put real power into the movement, and also J. de • i Sampsio Ferraz of Brazil, Jose C. Gomez of Mexico, and Jose C. Milas of Cuba, all some-time Councilors of the Society who have given it their strong support; and Ralph W. Burhoe, who has been carrying on the necessary correspondence and brought the matter to a head. Below, Sr. Galmarini makes some introductory remarks and then follow the BULLETIN'S first papers and notes in Spanish.—Edward H. Bowie, President.—Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 24,1-2. • Bulletin American Meteorological Society

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