index to advertisers An AMS Classic. c2 Alden Electronics GLOSSARY OF METEOROLOGY c3 71 st Annual Meeting of the AMS edited by Ralph E. Huschke c4 Belfort Instrument Company 1653 Academic Press 1655 Applied Environmetrics 1645 Atmospheric Instrumentation Research Now in its fourth printing, this 1959 classic is still rele- 1654 Climatronics Corporation vant to the field, and remains an AMS bestseller. Written 1665 Johns Hopkins University 1661 Marta Systems by more than 40 subject area specialists, the volume pro- 1659 National Council for Industrial Meteorologists vides more than 600 pages of definitions, from "aberwind" 1655 Northern Video Graphics to "Zurich number." Important features of the book in- 1660 Setra Systems clude literature citations at the end of definitions, exten- 1661 Simerl Instruments 1665 Strategic Weather Services sive cross-referencing, and good coverage of mathemat- 1664 Washington State University ical formulae and concepts. Every effort was made by the 1659 Woods Hole Oceanographic Ins. editorial team to include relevant translations and trans- 1663 Zephyr Weather Information Services literations of foreign terms. The glossary remains a basic reference for the student and professional alike. AMS Publications, Preprints, etc. 1959 hardcover 638 pages ISBN 0-933876-35-1 Price: $25.00 1666 71 st Annual Meeting of the AMS/New Orleans members , $30.00 nonmembers 1713 71 st Annual Meeting of the AMS/Call for Videotapes & Electronic presentations To order, send your check or money order, plus $3.00 for ship- 1716 Atmospheric Processes over Complex Terrain pin g and handling, to: 1657 Global Climate/Atmosphere Charts 1719 Glossary of Meteorology American Meteorological Society 1715 International Cloud Atlas II 45 Beacon Street 1713 Meteorological Aspects of Emergency Response Boston, MA 02108 1662 Snowstorms Along the Northeastern Coast of the U.S. 1711 Spacious Skies 1714 Radar in Meteorology 1720 Registration form for the 71 st Annual Meeting of the AMS 25 years ago .. • The "About our Members" section of the November 1965 Bulletin included the following item: Royal Meteorological Society Dr. George P. Cressman was sworn in as director of the Weather Bureau on 8 September at the ESSA headquarters at the Washington Science Center, Rockville, Md. He had At the annual general meeting, January 24, the Symons been serving as acting director of the ESSA bureau since the Memorial gold medal was awarded to Prof. Jakob Bjerknes. Environmental Sciences Services Administration was in the absence of Prof. Bjerknes, now teaching in the United formed on 13 July. Dr. Cressman had served as director of States, the Norwegian Minister received the medal on his National Meteorological Services for the Weather Bureau behalf, and an address on weather and crops was given by since April 1964. He joine d the Bureau in 1958asdirectorof B. A. Keen, President. Alterations and additions to the by- the National Meteorological Center, Suitland, Md., where laws were made. Imposing a lower age limit of 21 to in 1961 he earned the Department of Commerce Gold membership in the Society, and a maximum age of 24 for Medal for his outstanding accomplishments, distinguished Student Associates. The move to provide a minimum age authorship, and his leadership of the Center. He received limit is apparently a sequel to a discovery recently announced the Air Force Exceptional Civilian Service Award in 1955 in newspapers that one asiduous observer and weather for his work as meteorologist with Air Weather Service in reporter only 14 years of age had recently been elected to the organizingthe Joint Numerical Weather Prediction Unit. Royal Met. Society.-C. F. B. Dr. Cressman has served the AMS as councilor (1957-59), chairman of the Publications Commission (1959-61), on various committees, and is currently an associate editor of the JOURNAL of AppLmd METEOROLOGY Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 46, 751. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 21, 382. Bulletin American Meteorological Society 171 9
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