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announcements Bulletin American Meteorological Society Kepler, J. 1611. The Six-Cornered Snowflake. Godfrey Tampach, Poisson, S. D. 1823. Sur la Chaleur des Gaz et des Vapeurs. Ann. de Chim. 23: 337-352. Frankfurt on Main. (Reprinted in translation by the Oxford Uni- Renou, M. E. 1866. Theorie de la Pluie. Comptes Rendus de versity Press, Ed. C. Hardie, 1966). I'Academie des Sciences 62: 825-826. Lenard, P. E. A. 1904: Uber Regen. Meteor. Zeits 21: 249-262. LeRoy, C. 1751. Memoire sur I'Elevation et la Suspension de Reynolds, O . 1877: O n the Manner in which Raindrops and Hail- I'Eau dans I'Air, et sur la Rosee. Mem. Acad. Roy. 5c/. Paris stones are Formed. Proc. Lit. and Phil. Soc. of Manchester 16: 481-518. 23-33. Loomis, E. 1841. O n the Storm whic h was Experienced throughout Saussure, H. B. 1783. Essays sur I'Hygometrie. Neuchatel: Chez the United States about the 20th of December, 1836. Trans. S. Fauche Pere et Fils. Amer. Phil. Soc. 7: 125-163. Thomson, W. 1870, On the Equilibrium of Vapour at a Curved Maille , P. H. 1853. Nouvelle Theorie des Hydrometeores. Paris: Surface of Liquid. Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh 7: 63-68. Bachelier. Wegener, A. 1911. Thermodynamik der Atmosphare. Leipzig: Martens , F. 1671. Spitzbergische oder Froenlandische Reise Bes- J. A. Barth. chreibung gethan in jahr 1671. Marburg. Schultzens. Wilcke, J. K. 1761. Ron ock tankar om Sno-figures Skiljakaktighet. Middleton , W . E. K. 1965: A History of the Theories of Rain. New K. Svenska. Vetenska-Akad. Handl. 22: 1-7. York. Franklin Watts. Wilcke, J. K. 1769. Nyaron om Vattnets Frysning til Snolike is- Nollner, K. 1853. Die Hagelbildung. Parts I, II, and III. Die Natur. figures. K. Svenska. Vetenska-Akad. Handl. 30: 90-101. 2: 313-315; 321-323; 365-367. Wiscombe, W. J. and V. Ramanathan. 1985. The Role of Radiation Peslin, H. 1868. Sur les Mouvements Generaux de I'Atmosphere. and other Renascent Subfields in Atmospheric Science. Bull. Bull. hebd. Assoc. Sci. de France 3: 299-319. Amer. Meteor. Soc. 66: 1278-1287. • Help Needed With Historical Document Monterey Peninsula. For additional information contact Gary Grice of the National Weather Service and Ken Sam Houston, NWSA 15th Reunion, P.O. Box 8662 NPS, Howard of the Environmental Research Laboratory are Monterey, CA 93943 or telephone (408) 649-0109. working on a document describing the history of the National Weather Service. Although several publications exist which describe this subject, these authors are attempt- ing to approach the history from a more personal standpoint. Private Grants for Field Research The authors are interested in any information regarding the The Center for Field Research has identified meteorological National Weather Service (Weather Bureau) from 1850 field reseach as a priority for Earthwatch support and invites through today, but are particularly interested in talking with proposals for funding consideration. those individuals who served in the "old " Weather Bureau Over $5 million will be awarded in 1988 and 1989 to during the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s. Should you have 200 projects in the sciences and humanities throughout the personal knowledge, experience, or documentation you world; grants range from $7,500 to $100,000. All funds would like to share with the authors, please contact Gary are derived from the contributions of participating volun- K. Grice, National Weather Service, Southern Region Head- teers selected from the Earthwatch membership (40,000); quarters, W/SR1x1, 819 Taylor Street, Room 10A26, Fort all projects supported must therefore need both funds and Worth, Texas 76102 or phone (817) 334-2654. Contribu- direct field assistance to be eligible. tors will be referenced in the document. To apply send a preliminary proposal 18 months before intended project date; exceptions will be made in some cases. Upon favorable review, a full proposal will be promptly invited. Decisions for funding are made on a Fifteenth Annual Naval Weather Service monthly basis. Association Convention For further information contact Dede Robbins, Associate The 15th annual NWS A Convention, hosted by the Monterey Director, Center for Field Research, 680 Mount Auburn Chapter of the NWSA, will be held 21-24 June 1989 in Street, P.O. Box 403, Watertown, MA 02272 or telephone Carmel, California. All past or present members of Navy (617) 926-8200. Aerology, Naval Weather Service Command, or Naval Oceanography Command, and their comrades, associates, and friends are cordially invited to attend this event on the International Symposium on Measurement of Toxic and Related Air Pollutants Notice of registration deadlines for meetings, workshops, and The EPA/AWMA International Symposium on Measurement seminars, deadlines for submission of abstracts or papers to be of Toxic and Related Pollutants will be held 2-5 May 1989 presented at meetings, and deadlines for grants, proposals, awards, nominations, and fellowships must be received at least at the Quality Inn, Mission Valley, Raleigh, North Carolina. three months before deadline dates.—News Ed. (continued on page 325) http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Bulletin American Meteorological Society Kepler, J. 1611. The Six-Cornered Snowflake. Godfrey Tampach, Poisson, S. D. 1823. Sur la Chaleur des Gaz et des Vapeurs. Ann. de Chim. 23: 337-352. Frankfurt on Main. (Reprinted in translation by the Oxford Uni- Renou, M. E. 1866. Theorie de la Pluie. Comptes Rendus de versity Press, Ed. C. Hardie, 1966). I'Academie des Sciences 62: 825-826. Lenard, P. E. A. 1904: Uber Regen. Meteor. Zeits 21: 249-262. LeRoy, C. 1751. Memoire sur I'Elevation et la Suspension de Reynolds, O . 1877: O n the Manner in which Raindrops and Hail- I'Eau dans I'Air, et sur la Rosee. Mem. Acad. Roy. 5c/. Paris stones are Formed. Proc. Lit. and Phil. Soc. of Manchester 16: 481-518. 23-33. Loomis, E. 1841. O n the Storm whic h was Experienced throughout Saussure, H. B. 1783. Essays sur I'Hygometrie. Neuchatel: Chez the United States about the 20th of December, 1836. Trans. S. Fauche Pere et Fils. Amer. Phil. Soc. 7: 125-163. Thomson, W. 1870, On the Equilibrium of Vapour at a Curved Maille , P. H. 1853. Nouvelle Theorie des Hydrometeores. Paris: Surface of Liquid. Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh 7: 63-68. Bachelier. Wegener, A. 1911. Thermodynamik der Atmosphare. Leipzig: Martens , F. 1671. Spitzbergische oder Froenlandische Reise Bes- J. A. Barth. chreibung gethan in jahr 1671. Marburg. Schultzens. Wilcke, J. K. 1761. Ron ock tankar om Sno-figures Skiljakaktighet. Middleton , W . E. K. 1965: A History of the Theories of Rain. New K. Svenska. Vetenska-Akad. Handl. 22: 1-7. York. Franklin Watts. Wilcke, J. K. 1769. Nyaron om Vattnets Frysning til Snolike is- Nollner, K. 1853. Die Hagelbildung. Parts I, II, and III. Die Natur. figures. K. Svenska. Vetenska-Akad. Handl. 30: 90-101. 2: 313-315; 321-323; 365-367. Wiscombe, W. J. and V. Ramanathan. 1985. The Role of Radiation Peslin, H. 1868. Sur les Mouvements Generaux de I'Atmosphere. and other Renascent Subfields in Atmospheric Science. Bull. Bull. hebd. Assoc. Sci. de France 3: 299-319. Amer. Meteor. Soc. 66: 1278-1287. • Help Needed With Historical Document Monterey Peninsula. For additional information contact Gary Grice of the National Weather Service and Ken Sam Houston, NWSA 15th Reunion, P.O. Box 8662 NPS, Howard of the Environmental Research Laboratory are Monterey, CA 93943 or telephone (408) 649-0109. working on a document describing the history of the National Weather Service. Although several publications exist which describe this subject, these authors are attempt- ing to approach the history from a more personal standpoint. Private Grants for Field Research The authors are interested in any information regarding the The Center for Field Research has identified meteorological National Weather Service (Weather Bureau) from 1850 field reseach as a priority for Earthwatch support and invites through today, but are particularly interested in talking with proposals for funding consideration. those individuals who served in the "old " Weather Bureau Over $5 million will be awarded in 1988 and 1989 to during the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s. Should you have 200 projects in the sciences and humanities throughout the personal knowledge, experience, or documentation you world; grants range from $7,500 to $100,000. All funds would like to share with the authors, please contact Gary are derived from the contributions of participating volun- K. Grice, National Weather Service, Southern Region Head- teers selected from the Earthwatch membership (40,000); quarters, W/SR1x1, 819 Taylor Street, Room 10A26, Fort all projects supported must therefore need both funds and Worth, Texas 76102 or phone (817) 334-2654. Contribu- direct field assistance to be eligible. tors will be referenced in the document. To apply send a preliminary proposal 18 months before intended project date; exceptions will be made in some cases. Upon favorable review, a full proposal will be promptly invited. Decisions for funding are made on a Fifteenth Annual Naval Weather Service monthly basis. Association Convention For further information contact Dede Robbins, Associate The 15th annual NWS A Convention, hosted by the Monterey Director, Center for Field Research, 680 Mount Auburn Chapter of the NWSA, will be held 21-24 June 1989 in Street, P.O. Box 403, Watertown, MA 02272 or telephone Carmel, California. All past or present members of Navy (617) 926-8200. Aerology, Naval Weather Service Command, or Naval Oceanography Command, and their comrades, associates, and friends are cordially invited to attend this event on the International Symposium on Measurement of Toxic and Related Air Pollutants Notice of registration deadlines for meetings, workshops, and The EPA/AWMA International Symposium on Measurement seminars, deadlines for submission of abstracts or papers to be of Toxic and Related Pollutants will be held 2-5 May 1989 presented at meetings, and deadlines for grants, proposals, awards, nominations, and fellowships must be received at least at the Quality Inn, Mission Valley, Raleigh, North Carolina. three months before deadline dates.—News Ed. (continued on page 325)

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