constructed, to what types of meteorological problems they are best applied, and what tools are available for building them. Systems already developed for meteo- $71 jf/Lemxmo m rological problems will be presented for discussion. A small expert system will be constructed using the expert system shell to provide hands-on experience. For additional information, please see future issues of 3). ^mwfloul the Bulletin or contact AMS Headquarters at 617-227- 1905-1995 Rental Program. Weather Information Technologies, Inc. announces the availability of a short-term rental ,/)r mms/ <&. ^betfiie/t program for the COMET Forecaster's Multimedia 1926-1995 Library of Computer-Based Learning Modules (CBLs). The two-month rental fee includes hardware, soft- ware, shipping, customer support, and a choice of up to four of the COMET modules. For more information, ^ei&e contact Wayne Moore, WITI Product Manager, at 1920-1995 303-497-8563, or e-mail: email@example.com. NIDS Training. Two-day training sessions on NEXRAD Information Dissemination Service (NIDS) products are being offered regionally around the country by Unisys Weather Information Services. Training sub- jects include radar theory, NIDS products, and appli- cations. For more information, contact the Unisys NIDS Training Coordinator at 610-444-2400. Submission Information. All organizations are in- Senio r Se a Ice Scientist vited to submit programs for inclusion. Please send A company based in Anchorage, Alaska, is recruiting a submissions to Bulletin News Editor, AMS, 45 Bea- Senior Scientist to conduct research into development con St., Boston, MA 02108; fax: 617-742-8718; e- of mathematical models and computer programs to mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the follow- simulate sea ice conditions and behavior. Emphasis on ing information: program title, brief description, and support of industrial development in Alaskan and Rus- contact information (address, telephone and fax num- sian Arctic and sub-Arctic seas, including creation of bers, and e-mail address). • numerical and statistical methods for short- and long- term forecasts and the use of satellite data for analysis. Requirements: Ph.D. in oceanography or related field and a broad knowledge of meteorology, sea ice phys- ics, and oceanography; four years of experience in the study of physical processes of sea ice in the Arctic; and experience in the application of research results to support industrial activity in ice-infested waters. Must travel frequently to European Russia and the Russian Far East to supervise and coordinate research activities, meet with industrial clients, Russian govern- arsag o ment officials, and research scientists. Must be able to communicate in and read the Russian language. Begin- 5 ning salary $48K. Applicants should send a resume to Editor's note: The Bulletin Alaska Department of Labor was not published in July from Field Technical Unit P.O. Box 25509 1938 to 1957, inclusive. Juneau, Alaska 99802-5509 Attn: Job Order 283 Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1251
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Published: Jul 1, 1995
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