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Announcements 25 years ago The Seventeenth International Conference on The Secretary announced the results of the vote for Infrared and Millimeter Waves. This conference the Grade of Fellow. sponsored by SPIE—The International Society for Voted, to declare the election of the following named Optical Engineering—will be held between 14 and members to the grade of Fellow: 18 December 1992 at the California Institute of Second List of Fellows of the American Meteorological Technology in Pasadena, California. A call for Society papers is in effect. Abstracts of35-40word s shoud be submitted by 1 July 1992 to the program chair ( George S. Benton Lewis D. Kaplan or, for more information) Kenneth J. Button, Box Horace R. Byers Gordon J.F. MacDonals 2455, Satellite Beach, FL 32937, telephone (407) Richard A. Craig P.D. McTaggart-Cowan 777-7293. Robert G. Fleagle Walter H. Munk Dave Fultz Jerome Namias Second International Conference On Modeling of Global Climate Change and Variability. This Joseph J. George Hans A. Panofsky conference, sponsored by Max-Planck-1nstitut fur Henry T. Harrison Norman A. Phillips* Meteorolgie, will be held in Hamburg, Germany, Francis S. Johnson George W. Platzman between 7 and 11 September 1992. Contributions Richard J. Reed Victor P. Starr are invited on the following subjects: development Francis W. Reichelderfer Verner E. Suomi of climate models; climate sensitivity experiments; Herbert Riehl Philip D. Thompson modeling of the natural climate variability; predic- Joseph Smagorinsky Robert M. White tion and detection of climate change. One-page abstracts should be received in duplicate by 1 * Declined March 1992 to Dr. Lydia Durnenil, chairperson, Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 23, 126. Local Organizing Committee, Max-Planck-lnstitut fur Meteorologie, Bundesstrabe 55, D-2000 Ham- burg 13; -f-49-40-41173-310; fax +49-40-41173- 50 years ago Natural Research Council Board on Agricul- ture Meeting. This meeting will be held at the For the last fiscal year the expenditures per mem- National Academy of Sciences' Beckman Center ber were as follows: in Irvine, California, on 3 and 4 April 1992. Repre- sentatives of 62 professional scientific societies Bulletin, printing and mailing $2.41 57% have been invited to participate. For the past four Assistance to Secretary .47 11 years, society representatives have met with Board Editor, and assistance .46 11 on Agriculture members to discuss issues of com- Assistance to Treasurer $0.17 4 mon interest. For more information, telephone (202) 334-2252. Incidentals $0.54 13 Office quarter $0.18 4 Remote Sensing in Global Climate Change: The Seventh Dundee Summer School in Re- $4.23 100% mote Sensing. In preparation for imminent pro- grams that require regular monitoring of the envi- This cost is about 140% of the $3 minimum dues paid. ronment, this summer school program on remote The extra 40 % comes from contributions, income from sensing has been established. A program of lec- endowment, advertisements, sales of back issues of tures and seminars will be provided by interna- the BULLETIN, and a deficit, which is about 51 cents tional experts in the field, and there will be an active per member. This deficit is the increase of unpaid bills social program. For more information, contact Di- and the amount by which the charge to the Society for rector Robin Vaughan, Department of Applied Physics and Electronic and Manufacturing Engi- the time the Secretary devotes to it and for a certain neering, University of Dundee, Dundee DD1 4HN, amount of time for which the Editor has not billed the Scotland, U.K., telephone (0382) 23181 ext. 4557/ Society.-C.F.B. 4912, fax (0382) 202830, or telex 9312110826 DUG. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 48,178. 364 Vol. 73, No. 2, February 1992 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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25 years ago The Seventeenth International Conference on The Secretary announced the results of the vote for Infrared and Millimeter Waves. This conference the Grade of Fellow. sponsored by SPIE—The International Society for Voted, to declare the election of the following named Optical Engineering—will be held between 14 and members to the grade of Fellow: 18 December 1992 at the California Institute of Second List of Fellows of the American Meteorological Technology in Pasadena, California. A call for Society papers is in effect. Abstracts of35-40word s shoud be submitted by 1 July 1992 to the program chair ( George S. Benton Lewis D. Kaplan or, for more information) Kenneth J. Button, Box Horace R. Byers Gordon J.F. MacDonals 2455, Satellite Beach, FL 32937, telephone (407) Richard A. Craig P.D. McTaggart-Cowan 777-7293. Robert G. Fleagle Walter H. Munk Dave Fultz Jerome Namias Second International Conference On Modeling of Global Climate Change and Variability. This Joseph J. George Hans A. Panofsky conference, sponsored by Max-Planck-1nstitut fur Henry T. Harrison Norman A. Phillips* Meteorolgie, will be held in Hamburg, Germany, Francis S. Johnson George W. Platzman between 7 and 11 September 1992. Contributions Richard J. Reed Victor P. Starr are invited on the following subjects: development Francis W. Reichelderfer Verner E. Suomi of climate models; climate sensitivity experiments; Herbert Riehl Philip D. Thompson modeling of the natural climate variability; predic- Joseph Smagorinsky Robert M. White tion and detection of climate change. One-page abstracts should be received in duplicate by 1 * Declined March 1992 to Dr. Lydia Durnenil, chairperson, Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 23, 126. Local Organizing Committee, Max-Planck-lnstitut fur Meteorologie, Bundesstrabe 55, D-2000 Ham- burg 13; -f-49-40-41173-310; fax +49-40-41173- 50 years ago Natural Research Council Board on Agricul- ture Meeting. This meeting will be held at the For the last fiscal year the expenditures per mem- National Academy of Sciences' Beckman Center ber were as follows: in Irvine, California, on 3 and 4 April 1992. Repre- sentatives of 62 professional scientific societies Bulletin, printing and mailing $2.41 57% have been invited to participate. For the past four Assistance to Secretary .47 11 years, society representatives have met with Board Editor, and assistance .46 11 on Agriculture members to discuss issues of com- Assistance to Treasurer $0.17 4 mon interest. For more information, telephone (202) 334-2252. Incidentals $0.54 13 Office quarter $0.18 4 Remote Sensing in Global Climate Change: The Seventh Dundee Summer School in Re- $4.23 100% mote Sensing. In preparation for imminent pro- grams that require regular monitoring of the envi- This cost is about 140% of the $3 minimum dues paid. ronment, this summer school program on remote The extra 40 % comes from contributions, income from sensing has been established. A program of lec- endowment, advertisements, sales of back issues of tures and seminars will be provided by interna- the BULLETIN, and a deficit, which is about 51 cents tional experts in the field, and there will be an active per member. This deficit is the increase of unpaid bills social program. For more information, contact Di- and the amount by which the charge to the Society for rector Robin Vaughan, Department of Applied Physics and Electronic and Manufacturing Engi- the time the Secretary devotes to it and for a certain neering, University of Dundee, Dundee DD1 4HN, amount of time for which the Editor has not billed the Scotland, U.K., telephone (0382) 23181 ext. 4557/ Society.-C.F.B. 4912, fax (0382) 202830, or telex 9312110826 DUG. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 48,178. 364 Vol. 73, No. 2, February 1992

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