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AMS notice index to advertisers c2 Alden Electronics c3 Atmospheric Instrumentation Research, Inc. CCM News c4 Belfort Instrument Company 180 Rotronic Instrument Co. 188 Oxford University Press A new graphic presentation of the Certified Consulting 190 Environmental Satellite Data, Inc. Meteorologis t (CCM) program has been prepared by the 191 Handar CC M Board. A set of 30 slides describing the program, 194 Teledyne Energy Systems its purpose , operation, and status is available to members 196 WSI Corporation 198 Southeastern Center for Electrical Engineering Education of the Society for use in explaining the program to those 201 Oceanroutes unfamilia r with it. 203 Vaisala Th e presentation , available in bot h 35mm slides an d vue- graph s for overhead projectors, is designed for use either with other meteorologists or with interested members of AMS Publications, Preprints, etc. th e public. It features photographs and graphic represen- tation s as well as topic slides. It presents an attractive 241 AMS Workshop on Hurricane Forecasting/Tropical Me- possibility for use at meetings of local AM S chapters. teorology and the Media, May 31, 1989 255 AMS Videotape Series Sets of either slides or vue-graphs are available upon 256 Lectures in Air Pollution Modeling reques t to individual members of the board. A $25.00 de- 256 Employment Announcements posit is required by the board members. The deposit will be returned upon return of the graphics by the requestor. Th e requestor will be expected to pay all mailing costs. Th e names and addresses of the Board members are listed in the latest August Bulletin. • New Color Figure Policy for AMS Journals and Bulletin AMS is now using a new color separation process to better reproduce color figures in AMS publications. Authors wish- ing to publish color figures are asked to submit, along with LECTURE S ON their color prints, either color slides or positive transpar- encies. AIR POLLUTION MODELING Akul a Venkatram and John C. Wyngaard Editors employment announcements Dedicated to Hans A. Panofsky Thi s volume is based on the "Short Course on Air The American Meteorological Society issues employment Pollution Modeling" held in San Diego, California, on announcement s monthly, setting fort h opportunitie s fo r posi- 17-21 March 1986, and sponsored by the American tion s in the atmospheric and oceanographic fields. The em- Meteorologica l Society. It contains chapters on the basic physics and structure of turbulent wind fields in ployer s describe the prerequisites and requirements for the th e earth's boundary layer, the fundamentals of tur- openings . bulent diffusion and the influence of the state of the Members an d nonmembers may subscribe to the announce- atmosphere , the interpretation of field experiments ments. The subscription price fo r a calenda r year (12 monthl y o n diffusion, the impact of local meteorology, and issues) is $6 fo r AM S member s an d $25 fo r nonmember s (add concentratio n fluctuations. $10 fo r mailing to a foreign address; monthly issues will be sent via air mail). After July 1, half-yea r subscriptions (for Th e authors-Gar y Briggs, James Deardorff, R. Ian Sykes, Akula Venkatram, Jeffrey Weil, Glen Willis, Jul y through December issues) are available at one half of an d John Wyngaard-hav e extensive research expe- the above annual prices. rienc e in atmospheric turbulence and diffusion. Their The purpos e of the Employmen t Announcements is t o pro- lecture s have been expanded and edited for this vide a means by which those seeking positions in the atmo- specia l volume, which should be useful for graduate spheric an d related fields an d those requiring personnel to fill students , teachers, and researchers alike. such openings may have a convenient means of communica- AMS Members $35 American Meteorological Society tion . Organizations that wish to avail themselves of this Noil-Member s $45 Boston service should contact Corinne Kazarosian, American Mete- Add $3 Postag e 1988 orologica l Society, 45 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108 (617-227-2425), for details and charges. • Vol. 70, No. 2, February 1989 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society
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index to advertisers c2 Alden Electronics c3 Atmospheric Instrumentation Research, Inc. CCM News c4 Belfort Instrument Company 180 Rotronic Instrument Co. 188 Oxford University Press A new graphic presentation of the Certified Consulting 190 Environmental Satellite Data, Inc. Meteorologis t (CCM) program has been prepared by the 191 Handar CC M Board. A set of 30 slides describing the program, 194 Teledyne Energy Systems its purpose , operation, and status is available to members 196 WSI Corporation 198 Southeastern Center for Electrical Engineering Education of the Society for use in explaining the program to those 201 Oceanroutes unfamilia r with it. 203 Vaisala Th e presentation , available in bot h 35mm slides an d vue- graph s for overhead projectors, is designed for use either with other meteorologists or with interested members of AMS Publications, Preprints, etc. th e public. It features photographs and graphic represen- tation s as well as topic slides. It presents an attractive 241 AMS Workshop on Hurricane Forecasting/Tropical Me- possibility for use at meetings of local AM S chapters. teorology and the Media, May 31, 1989 255 AMS Videotape Series Sets of either slides or vue-graphs are available upon 256 Lectures in Air Pollution Modeling reques t to individual members of the board. A $25.00 de- 256 Employment Announcements posit is required by the board members. The deposit will be returned upon return of the graphics by the requestor. Th e requestor will be expected to pay all mailing costs. Th e names and addresses of the Board members are listed in the latest August Bulletin. • New Color Figure Policy for AMS Journals and Bulletin AMS is now using a new color separation process to better reproduce color figures in AMS publications. Authors wish- ing to publish color figures are asked to submit, along with LECTURE S ON their color prints, either color slides or positive transpar- encies. AIR POLLUTION MODELING Akul a Venkatram and John C. Wyngaard Editors employment announcements Dedicated to Hans A. Panofsky Thi s volume is based on the "Short Course on Air The American Meteorological Society issues employment Pollution Modeling" held in San Diego, California, on announcement s monthly, setting fort h opportunitie s fo r posi- 17-21 March 1986, and sponsored by the American tion s in the atmospheric and oceanographic fields. The em- Meteorologica l Society. It contains chapters on the basic physics and structure of turbulent wind fields in ployer s describe the prerequisites and requirements for the th e earth's boundary layer, the fundamentals of tur- openings . bulent diffusion and the influence of the state of the Members an d nonmembers may subscribe to the announce- atmosphere , the interpretation of field experiments ments. The subscription price fo r a calenda r year (12 monthl y o n diffusion, the impact of local meteorology, and issues) is $6 fo r AM S member s an d $25 fo r nonmember s (add concentratio n fluctuations. $10 fo r mailing to a foreign address; monthly issues will be sent via air mail). After July 1, half-yea r subscriptions (for Th e authors-Gar y Briggs, James Deardorff, R. Ian Sykes, Akula Venkatram, Jeffrey Weil, Glen Willis, Jul y through December issues) are available at one half of an d John Wyngaard-hav e extensive research expe- the above annual prices. rienc e in atmospheric turbulence and diffusion. Their The purpos e of the Employmen t Announcements is t o pro- lecture s have been expanded and edited for this vide a means by which those seeking positions in the atmo- specia l volume, which should be useful for graduate spheric an d related fields an d those requiring personnel to fill students , teachers, and researchers alike. such openings may have a convenient means of communica- AMS Members $35 American Meteorological Society tion . Organizations that wish to avail themselves of this Noil-Member s $45 Boston service should contact Corinne Kazarosian, American Mete- Add $3 Postag e 1988 orologica l Society, 45 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108 (617-227-2425), for details and charges. • Vol. 70, No. 2, February 1989

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