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50 YEARS AGO sphere, and mesosphere. For more information, con- tact M. F. Larsen, Physics Department, Clemson Election s of Meteorologists to the National University, Clemson, SC 29634; telephone: 803-656- Academ y of Sciences 5309; fax: 803-656-0805; e-mail: mlarsen@hubcap. The elections to the National Academy of clemson.edu. Sciences this spring included Dr. Francis W. Reichelderfer, Chief, U.S. Weather Bureau, and Rental Program. Weather Information Technologies, Dr. Beno Gutenberg, Professor of Geophysics Inc. announces the availability of a short-term rental at the California I nstitute of Technology. Some of Dr. Gutenberg's recent studies have involved program for the COMET Forecaster's Multimedia micro-pressure waves and meteorological causes Library of Computer-Based Learning Modules (CBLs). of microseisms.1 The two-month rental fee includes hardware, soft- Sir Geoffrey I. ware, shipping, customer support, and a choice of up to four of the COMET modules. For more information, Taylor of England contact Wayne Moore, WITI Product Manager, at was elected a for- 303-497-8563, or e-mail: wmoore@comet.ucar.edu. eign associate. Sir Geoffrey is well known among dynamic meteorologists for his contributions to our knowledge of eddy conductivity.—C.F.B. NIDS Training. Two-day training sessions on NEXRAD Information Dissemination Service (NIDS) products 1 Cf. "The Velocity of Soun d Wave s and the Temperatur e in the are being offered regionally around the country by Stratosphere in Southern California," BAMS, May 1939, pp. Unisys Weather Information Services. Training sub- 192-201 , and "Waves and Currents Recorded by Electro- jects include radar theory, NIDS products, and appli- magnetic Barographs" (with H. Benioff), BAMS, December cations. For more information, contact the Unisys 1939, pp. 421-426 . NIDS Training Coordinator at 610-444-2400. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 26,193. Submission Information. All organizations are in- vited to submit programs for inclusion. Please send submissions to Bulletin News Editor, AMS, 45 Beacon St., Boston, MA 02108; fax: 617-742-8718; e-mail: amspubs@aip.org. Please include the following infor- mation: program title, brief description, and contact information (address, telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail address). K 4 THE ATLAS OF OKLAHOMA CLIMATE By Howard L. Johnson and Claude E. Duchon Written in a clear, concise style, this atlas is the most comprehensive description of Oklahoma's climate ever published. "It brings under one ' \ cover a broad spectrum of information of interest to the lay person as well as professionals."— Gary A. England, meteorologist, KWTV, Oklahoma City. $29.95 Seals of Approval University of Oklahoma Press From your bookseller, or 842 GlenGerberg 1995 Dept. MAD3 843 Edward C.Levy 1995 1005 Asp Ave.—Norman, OK 73019 844 Camie Stockhausen 1995 (Telephone: 1-800-627-7377) Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 803 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society
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sphere, and mesosphere. For more information, con- tact M. F. Larsen, Physics Department, Clemson Election s of Meteorologists to the National University, Clemson, SC 29634; telephone: 803-656- Academ y of Sciences 5309; fax: 803-656-0805; e-mail: mlarsen@hubcap. The elections to the National Academy of clemson.edu. Sciences this spring included Dr. Francis W. Reichelderfer, Chief, U.S. Weather Bureau, and Rental Program. Weather Information Technologies, Dr. Beno Gutenberg, Professor of Geophysics Inc. announces the availability of a short-term rental at the California I nstitute of Technology. Some of Dr. Gutenberg's recent studies have involved program for the COMET Forecaster's Multimedia micro-pressure waves and meteorological causes Library of Computer-Based Learning Modules (CBLs). of microseisms.1 The two-month rental fee includes hardware, soft- Sir Geoffrey I. ware, shipping, customer support, and a choice of up to four of the COMET modules. For more information, Taylor of England contact Wayne Moore, WITI Product Manager, at was elected a for- 303-497-8563, or e-mail: wmoore@comet.ucar.edu. eign associate. Sir Geoffrey is well known among dynamic meteorologists for his contributions to our knowledge of eddy conductivity.—C.F.B. NIDS Training. Two-day training sessions on NEXRAD Information Dissemination Service (NIDS) products 1 Cf. "The Velocity of Soun d Wave s and the Temperatur e in the are being offered regionally around the country by Stratosphere in Southern California," BAMS, May 1939, pp. Unisys Weather Information Services. Training sub- 192-201 , and "Waves and Currents Recorded by Electro- jects include radar theory, NIDS products, and appli- magnetic Barographs" (with H. Benioff), BAMS, December cations. For more information, contact the Unisys 1939, pp. 421-426 . NIDS Training Coordinator at 610-444-2400. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 26,193. Submission Information. All organizations are in- vited to submit programs for inclusion. Please send submissions to Bulletin News Editor, AMS, 45 Beacon St., Boston, MA 02108; fax: 617-742-8718; e-mail: amspubs@aip.org. Please include the following infor- mation: program title, brief description, and contact information (address, telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail address). K 4 THE ATLAS OF OKLAHOMA CLIMATE By Howard L. Johnson and Claude E. Duchon Written in a clear, concise style, this atlas is the most comprehensive description of Oklahoma's climate ever published. "It brings under one ' \ cover a broad spectrum of information of interest to the lay person as well as professionals."— Gary A. England, meteorologist, KWTV, Oklahoma City. $29.95 Seals of Approval University of Oklahoma Press From your bookseller, or 842 GlenGerberg 1995 Dept. MAD3 843 Edward C.Levy 1995 1005 Asp Ave.—Norman, OK 73019 844 Camie Stockhausen 1995 (Telephone: 1-800-627-7377) Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 803

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