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announcements I THE MDPiTHLY ANNOUNCEMENT B Conference Focuses on Climate Change Issues flooding, climate change, water quality, and algal The Climate Change Communications Conference blooms all require not jus t a knowledge of hydrology, is being held 22-24 June 2000 in Kitchener, Ontario, but an understanding of the interactions between the Canada. The conference aims at facilitating collabo- hydrology of a system and the related environment, ration among those stakeholders involved in commu- climate, economics, and society. Hydro 2000 will fo- nicating climate change issues—educators, business cus on these interactions in order to better prepare leaders, politicians, government agencies, researchers, hydrologists and others to deal with these problems. Abstracts and expressions of interest are currently nongovernmental organizations, the general public, being solicited. For more information, contact Con- native communities, and the media. For more infor- gress West Pty Ltd., P.O. Box 1248, West Perth, WA mation, e-mail c3confer@fes.uwaterloo.ca. 6872, Australia; telephone: 61-8-9322; fax: 61-8-9322 Environmental and Social Implications of 1734; e-mail: conwes@congresswest.com.au; Web Land Use and Land Cover Change Theme of site: www.ieaust.org.au. Summer Institute Air Pollution 2000 to be Held at Cambridge The Inter-American Institute for Global Change University Research (IAI) and the University of Miami (UM) announce the Second IAI/UM Summer Institute, to be Air Pollution 2000 brings together scientists work- held in Miami, Florida, 16 July-4 August 2000. The ing in industry, research organizations, government, theme is "Environmental and Social Implications of and academia who are working on simulation and Land Use and Land Cover Change in the Americas." management of air pollution problems. The emphasis The institute will explore the dynamics and interac- of the Eighth International Conference on Modelling, Monitoring, and Management of Air Pollution will be tions of land use and land cover change as both major on the development of experimental and computa- inputs to (and consequences of) global environmen- tional techniques, the essential tools for the solution, tal change. Twenty applicants (social and natural sci- and understanding of practical air pollution problems. entists) from IAI member countries will be selected to attend the institute. Selected applicants will receive The conference, organized by the Wessex Institute financial support. Specific information on eligibility of Technology, will be held 24-26 July 2000 at Cam- and selection criteria is available at the Web site bridge University, United Kingdom. (www.rsmas.miami.edu/IAIUM). For more informa- For further details contact Karen Savage; telephone: tion contact IAI Directorate, Av. dos Astronautas 44 0 238 029 3223; fax: 44 0 238 029 2853; e-mail: 1758, CEP 12227-010, Sao Jose dos Campos, Sao ksavage@wessex.ac.uk; Web site: www.wessex.ac.uk/ Paulo, Brazil; telephone: 55-12-345-6855; fax: 55-12- conferences/2000. • 341-4410; e-mail: iaibr@dri.iai.int. Symposium Focus on Interactions between Hydrolog y and Climate, Environment, Economics, and Society Hydro 2000: Third International Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, Interactive Hydrology: Interactions between Hydrology and Climate, Envi- ; * ronment, Economics, and Society is being held in Perth, Australia, 20-23 November 2000. Issues such as the impact of dams, groundwater contamination, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 6 61 3 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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I THE MDPiTHLY ANNOUNCEMENT B Conference Focuses on Climate Change Issues flooding, climate change, water quality, and algal The Climate Change Communications Conference blooms all require not jus t a knowledge of hydrology, is being held 22-24 June 2000 in Kitchener, Ontario, but an understanding of the interactions between the Canada. The conference aims at facilitating collabo- hydrology of a system and the related environment, ration among those stakeholders involved in commu- climate, economics, and society. Hydro 2000 will fo- nicating climate change issues—educators, business cus on these interactions in order to better prepare leaders, politicians, government agencies, researchers, hydrologists and others to deal with these problems. Abstracts and expressions of interest are currently nongovernmental organizations, the general public, being solicited. For more information, contact Con- native communities, and the media. For more infor- gress West Pty Ltd., P.O. Box 1248, West Perth, WA mation, e-mail c3confer@fes.uwaterloo.ca. 6872, Australia; telephone: 61-8-9322; fax: 61-8-9322 Environmental and Social Implications of 1734; e-mail: conwes@congresswest.com.au; Web Land Use and Land Cover Change Theme of site: www.ieaust.org.au. Summer Institute Air Pollution 2000 to be Held at Cambridge The Inter-American Institute for Global Change University Research (IAI) and the University of Miami (UM) announce the Second IAI/UM Summer Institute, to be Air Pollution 2000 brings together scientists work- held in Miami, Florida, 16 July-4 August 2000. The ing in industry, research organizations, government, theme is "Environmental and Social Implications of and academia who are working on simulation and Land Use and Land Cover Change in the Americas." management of air pollution problems. The emphasis The institute will explore the dynamics and interac- of the Eighth International Conference on Modelling, Monitoring, and Management of Air Pollution will be tions of land use and land cover change as both major on the development of experimental and computa- inputs to (and consequences of) global environmen- tional techniques, the essential tools for the solution, tal change. Twenty applicants (social and natural sci- and understanding of practical air pollution problems. entists) from IAI member countries will be selected to attend the institute. Selected applicants will receive The conference, organized by the Wessex Institute financial support. Specific information on eligibility of Technology, will be held 24-26 July 2000 at Cam- and selection criteria is available at the Web site bridge University, United Kingdom. (www.rsmas.miami.edu/IAIUM). For more informa- For further details contact Karen Savage; telephone: tion contact IAI Directorate, Av. dos Astronautas 44 0 238 029 3223; fax: 44 0 238 029 2853; e-mail: 1758, CEP 12227-010, Sao Jose dos Campos, Sao ksavage@wessex.ac.uk; Web site: www.wessex.ac.uk/ Paulo, Brazil; telephone: 55-12-345-6855; fax: 55-12- conferences/2000. • 341-4410; e-mail: iaibr@dri.iai.int. Symposium Focus on Interactions between Hydrolog y and Climate, Environment, Economics, and Society Hydro 2000: Third International Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium, Interactive Hydrology: Interactions between Hydrology and Climate, Envi- ; * ronment, Economics, and Society is being held in Perth, Australia, 20-23 November 2000. Issues such as the impact of dams, groundwater contamination, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 6 61 3

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