Tw o Ne w Meteorological Discs Available For more information contact Kenneth H. Shatten, Code A new disc containing the surface and upper air data 610.2, NASA/GSFC, Greenbelt, MD 20771, (301) 286- collected over North America and the adjacent coastal 3831, or contact Albert Arking, code 613, NASA/GSFC, waters for July through December 1987 is now available. Greenbelt, MD, 20771, (301) 286-7208. Aviation hourlies, synoptic reports for land, ship, and buoy stations, Coast Guard, and hourly data at Los Angeles, The Second International Symposiu m on Gas California; North Bend, Oregon; and Seattle-Tacoma Air- Transfer and Water Surfaces port, Washington; are included. This disc is available for The Second International Symposium on Gas Transfer and $100 from Professor Clifford F. Mass, Department of At- Water Surfaces, sponsored by the U.S. Army Engineer mospheric Sciences, AK-40, University of Washington, Waterways Experiment Station and the University of Min- Seattle, WA 98195, (206) 545-0910. nesota, will be held 11-14 September 1990 in Minneapolis, Another new offering is the World WeatherDisc, which Minnesota. contains seventeen databases that describe the climate of The symposium will focus on improvements in the ability the earth today and during the past few hundred years. to describe the
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Oct 1, 1989
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