new officers and councilors The incoming President of the American Meteorological Society for 1990 is lames Mahoney, Director of the National Acid Precipitation Assessment Pro- gram, Washington, D.C. He succeeds Joanne Simpson, Chief Scientist for President Meteorology at the Goddard Laboratory for Atmospheres, Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland. The results of the 1990 election for President-Elect and Councilors were announced on 4 February 1990 at the 70th Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society in Anaheim, California. The President-Elect, who will assume office in January 1991, is William D. Bonner, Director, Cooperative Program for Meteorological Education and Training (COMET), University Cor- poration for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado. Each year, four Councilors are elected to three-year terms of office by the Society's membership, and one Councilor is elected by the Council. This year, the Council elected Robert Gurney, Professor at the University of Reading England, and Director of the NERC Unit for Thematic Information Systems. Elected to the Council by the Society's membership are Ron L. Alberty, Di- rector of the NEXRAD Support Facility, NOAA, in Norman, Oklahoma; Stan- ley A. Changnon, Principal Scientist and Chief Emeritus, Illinois Water State Survey, Champaign, Illinois, and Professor of Geography, University of
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Published: Jun 1, 1990
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