Meeting of the Council 30 September and 1 October 1993, Boston, Massachusetts MINUTES The Council convened at 9:05 A.M. on 30 September graphic editor for the Bulletin as part of the effort to 1993. enhance the value of the Society to oceanographers, and Dr. Hallgren agreed to reexamine the concept of Present: President Ryan; President-Elect Washing- associate editors for the Bulletin. ton; Past President Johnson; Councilors Frank, Hidy, Mahlman, McPherson, Councilor Voss joined the meeting during this discus- Vincent, Barnett, MacDonald, Pelissier, sion. Rossby, LeMone, McBean, Rasmusson, and Sorooshian; Commissioners Carn- 4. Status of Annual Meetings ahan, Simpson, Orville, Snow, and Braham; President Ryan discussed plans for the impending Executive Director Hallgren; Recorder Nashville meeting, the program for which appeared in Baum the October 1993 issue of the Bulletin. It is still not definite whether Vice President Gore will speak. 1- Absence of Dr. Spengler President-Elect Washington briefly discussed the President Ryan took note of the absence of Secre- Dallas meeting, which will be the 75th Anniversary tary-Treasurer Spengler, who is representing the Meeting, plans for which are still evolving; sugges- Society at a meeting on international data exchange tions would be appreciated. policies in England. This is the
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