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announcements iTHEMONTHL Y ANNOUNCEMENT i • • - • ARM Fellow Position Established first phase participants will carry out numerical experi- mentation at their home institution using datasets that The U.S. Department of Energy's Atmospheric will be provided by the workshop organizers. During Radiation Measurement (ARM) program announced the second, modelers and observationalists will meet it is establishing an ARM Fellow position at the Na- at the workshop to compare model results with each tional Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) other and with observational analyses. The results of in Camp Springs, Maryland. The one- to two-year these comparisons will be published in a workshop postdoctoral appointment will help ARM and NCEP improve cloud and radiation parameterizations used report. Persons unable to physically attend the work- for climate and weather predictions. shop will be provided an opportunity to participate by correspondence. According to Thomas Ackerman, ARM chief sci- entist, the work will primarily focus on aspects of The workshop will be at the Ramada Inn and Suites, cloud parameterizations, radiative transfer in cloudy 124 West Sixth Street, Glenwood Springs, Colorado. atmospheres, and column energy balance. ARM is Information on Glenwood Springs, the Ramada Inn looking for applicants with an interest in numerical and Suites, and instructions for making reservations modeling and parameterization development as well can be found on the workshop Web site at http:// as familiarity with the ARM data products. The ARM misty.sws.uiuc.edu/wmoworkshop/. For more infor- Fellow will collaborate with NCEP scientists to use mation contact Harry Ochs, Illinois State Water Sur- ARM data in the testing and evaluation of NCEP cloud vey, 2204 Griffith Drive, Champaign, IL 61820; and radiation parameterizations. Ackerman says the telephone: 217-333-4964; fax: 217-244-0220; e-mail: program will consider postdoctoral candidates or senior h-ochs@uiuc.edu; or Roy Rasmussen, National Cen- applicants wishing to spend a sabbatical year at NCEP. ter for Atmospheric Research, Box 3000, Boulder, CO 80307; telephone: 303-497-8430; fax: 303-497-8401; In addition to research, the ARM Fellow will serve e-mail: rasmus@ncar.ucar.edu. • as a liaison between the modeling activities at NCEP and related data analysis within the ARM program. Further information is available from Ackerman at ackerman@pnl.gov; telephone: 509-372-6032. K 4 WMO Cloud Modeling Workshop to Be Held in Colorado The Fifth International Cloud Modeling Workshop will be held 7-1 1 August 2000 in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. The workshop is sponsored by the World Meteorological Organization Executive Council/Com- mission on Atmospheric Sciences Working Group on the Physics and Chemistry of Clouds and Weather RADIO SEALS OF APPROVAL Modification Research. Also sponsoring the workshop is the International Commission on Clouds and Pre- cipitation, International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences, and International Union of 157 Branton Miller 2000 Geodesy and Geophysics. The Illinois State Water Survey and the National Center for Atmospheric Re- search are also sponsoring this meeting. The workshop will involve two phases. During the 164 2 Vol. 8 7, No. 7, July 2000 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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iTHEMONTHL Y ANNOUNCEMENT i • • - • ARM Fellow Position Established first phase participants will carry out numerical experi- mentation at their home institution using datasets that The U.S. Department of Energy's Atmospheric will be provided by the workshop organizers. During Radiation Measurement (ARM) program announced the second, modelers and observationalists will meet it is establishing an ARM Fellow position at the Na- at the workshop to compare model results with each tional Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) other and with observational analyses. The results of in Camp Springs, Maryland. The one- to two-year these comparisons will be published in a workshop postdoctoral appointment will help ARM and NCEP improve cloud and radiation parameterizations used report. Persons unable to physically attend the work- for climate and weather predictions. shop will be provided an opportunity to participate by correspondence. According to Thomas Ackerman, ARM chief sci- entist, the work will primarily focus on aspects of The workshop will be at the Ramada Inn and Suites, cloud parameterizations, radiative transfer in cloudy 124 West Sixth Street, Glenwood Springs, Colorado. atmospheres, and column energy balance. ARM is Information on Glenwood Springs, the Ramada Inn looking for applicants with an interest in numerical and Suites, and instructions for making reservations modeling and parameterization development as well can be found on the workshop Web site at http:// as familiarity with the ARM data products. The ARM misty.sws.uiuc.edu/wmoworkshop/. For more infor- Fellow will collaborate with NCEP scientists to use mation contact Harry Ochs, Illinois State Water Sur- ARM data in the testing and evaluation of NCEP cloud vey, 2204 Griffith Drive, Champaign, IL 61820; and radiation parameterizations. Ackerman says the telephone: 217-333-4964; fax: 217-244-0220; e-mail: program will consider postdoctoral candidates or senior h-ochs@uiuc.edu; or Roy Rasmussen, National Cen- applicants wishing to spend a sabbatical year at NCEP. ter for Atmospheric Research, Box 3000, Boulder, CO 80307; telephone: 303-497-8430; fax: 303-497-8401; In addition to research, the ARM Fellow will serve e-mail: rasmus@ncar.ucar.edu. • as a liaison between the modeling activities at NCEP and related data analysis within the ARM program. Further information is available from Ackerman at ackerman@pnl.gov; telephone: 509-372-6032. K 4 WMO Cloud Modeling Workshop to Be Held in Colorado The Fifth International Cloud Modeling Workshop will be held 7-1 1 August 2000 in Glenwood Springs, Colorado. The workshop is sponsored by the World Meteorological Organization Executive Council/Com- mission on Atmospheric Sciences Working Group on the Physics and Chemistry of Clouds and Weather RADIO SEALS OF APPROVAL Modification Research. Also sponsoring the workshop is the International Commission on Clouds and Pre- cipitation, International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences, and International Union of 157 Branton Miller 2000 Geodesy and Geophysics. The Illinois State Water Survey and the National Center for Atmospheric Re- search are also sponsoring this meeting. The workshop will involve two phases. During the 164 2 Vol. 8 7, No. 7, July 2000

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