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announcements Bulletin American Meteorological Society 1005 Orlanski, I. 1975. A rational subdivision of scales for atmospheric convection in continental tropical regions. Bull Amer. Meteor. processes. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc. 56: 529-530. Soc. 65: 4-10 . Rutledge, S. A., R. A. Houze, M. I. Biggerstaff and T. Matejka. Tripoli, G. J., and W. R. Cotton. 1989. Numerical study of an 1988. The Oklahoma-Kansas mesoscale convective system of observed orogenic mesoscale convective system. Part 1: Simu- 10-11 June 1985: Precipitation structure and single-Doppler ra- lated genesis and comparison with observations. Mon. Wea. dar analysis.Mon. Wea. Rev. 116: 1409-1430. Rev. 117: 273-304. Smull, B. F., and R. A. Houze. 1985: A midlatitude squall line Weisman , M. L., and J. B. Klemp. 1986. Characteristics of isolated with a trailing region of stratiform rain: Radar and satellite ob- convective storms. Mesoscale Meteorology and Forecasting. servations. Mon. Wea. Rev. 113: 117-133. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 331-358. , and , 1987: Rear inflow in squall lines with trailing Young, G. S., and J. M. Fritsch. 1989. A proposal for general stratiform precipitation. Mon. Wea. Rev. 115: 2869-2889. conventions in analyses of mesoscale boundaries. Bull. Amer. Sommeria, G., and J. Testud. 1984. COP T 81: A field experiment Meteor. Soc. 70: 1414-1421. • designed for the study of dynamics and electrical activity of deep International Technical Conference on Long- junction with the NCAR Atmospheric Technology Division range Weather Forecasting Research Users' Conference, 2 October 1990, at the same location. The ICTP/WMO International Technical Conference on For further information, please contact Shelley Zucker, Long-range Weather Forecasting Research will be held (303) 497-8833. 8-12 April 1991 in Trieste, Italy. The conference will provide an international forum for NCAR Atmospheric Technology Division experts to review the major achievements made during the Users' Conference past five years. The program consists of theoretical basis of The first ATD User's Conference, sponsored by the NCAR LRF, monthly and seasonal dynamical forecasts and inter- Atmospheric Technology Division (ATD), will be held at annual forecasts, statistical methods, applications, and the Westin Resort in Vail, Colorado, 2 October 1990. The economic aspects of LRF. objectives of the meeting are to obtain the views of the users of ATDs existing observational platforms and instru- People wishing to submit a paper should forward their camera-ready extended abstracts before 1 October 1990 mentation systems about the capabilities and performance to the Secretary-General, Attention PTR Division, WMO , of these facilities; to review current progress and plans Case Postale No. 2300, 1211 Geneva 2, Switzerland. regarding the development of new ATD facilities; and to Please send a second copy to K. Miyakoda, GFDL, P.O. obtain advice from users on these on these and other new Box 308, Princeton, NJ 08542. Additional information developments. about the conference can be obtained from either of these This meeting will be held in conjunction with the addresses. Workshop on Atmospheric Research Measurements, 3-4 October 1990 at the same location. For further information, Workshop on Atmospheric please contact Shelley Zucker at (303) 497-8833. Research Measurements A workshop on atmospheric research measurements, jointly Fourth Annual International Winter Weather hosted by the National Center for Atmospheric Research Workshop (NCAR) Atmospheric Technology Division and the National This workshop focused on improving ice and snow control Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Aeron- procedures will be held in St. Louis, Missouri, 10-12 omy Laboratory, will be held at the Westin Resort in Vail, October 1990. Surface Systems, Inc. will sponsor and host Colorado, on 3-4 October 1990. this event. For registration or more information, please call The objectives of the meeting are to assess the scientific Ann Buchmann, 1 (800) 325-SCAN. needs for measurements in selected atmospheric research areas; to identify gaps in the measurement systems currently Notice of registration deadlines for meetings, workshops, and available for filling these needs; and to recommend the seminars, deadlines for submission of abstracts or papers to be development of needed new systems. presented at meetings, and deadlines for grants,'proposals, All interested atmospheric scientists, instrumentation de- awards, nominations, and fellowships must be received at least velopers, and research managers are invited to attend this three months before deadline dates.—News Editor • important meeting. This workshop will be held in con- 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 1005 Orlanski, I. 1975. A rational subdivision of scales for atmospheric convection in continental tropical regions. Bull Amer. Meteor. processes. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc. 56: 529-530. Soc. 65: 4-10 . Rutledge, S. A., R. A. Houze, M. I. Biggerstaff and T. Matejka. Tripoli, G. J., and W. R. Cotton. 1989. Numerical study of an 1988. The Oklahoma-Kansas mesoscale convective system of observed orogenic mesoscale convective system. Part 1: Simu- 10-11 June 1985: Precipitation structure and single-Doppler ra- lated genesis and comparison with observations. Mon. Wea. dar analysis.Mon. Wea. Rev. 116: 1409-1430. Rev. 117: 273-304. Smull, B. F., and R. A. Houze. 1985: A midlatitude squall line Weisman , M. L., and J. B. Klemp. 1986. Characteristics of isolated with a trailing region of stratiform rain: Radar and satellite ob- convective storms. Mesoscale Meteorology and Forecasting. servations. Mon. Wea. Rev. 113: 117-133. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 331-358. , and , 1987: Rear inflow in squall lines with trailing Young, G. S., and J. M. Fritsch. 1989. A proposal for general stratiform precipitation. Mon. Wea. Rev. 115: 2869-2889. conventions in analyses of mesoscale boundaries. Bull. Amer. Sommeria, G., and J. Testud. 1984. COP T 81: A field experiment Meteor. Soc. 70: 1414-1421. • designed for the study of dynamics and electrical activity of deep International Technical Conference on Long- junction with the NCAR Atmospheric Technology Division range Weather Forecasting Research Users' Conference, 2 October 1990, at the same location. The ICTP/WMO International Technical Conference on For further information, please contact Shelley Zucker, Long-range Weather Forecasting Research will be held (303) 497-8833. 8-12 April 1991 in Trieste, Italy. The conference will provide an international forum for NCAR Atmospheric Technology Division experts to review the major achievements made during the Users' Conference past five years. The program consists of theoretical basis of The first ATD User's Conference, sponsored by the NCAR LRF, monthly and seasonal dynamical forecasts and inter- Atmospheric Technology Division (ATD), will be held at annual forecasts, statistical methods, applications, and the Westin Resort in Vail, Colorado, 2 October 1990. The economic aspects of LRF. objectives of the meeting are to obtain the views of the users of ATDs existing observational platforms and instru- People wishing to submit a paper should forward their camera-ready extended abstracts before 1 October 1990 mentation systems about the capabilities and performance to the Secretary-General, Attention PTR Division, WMO , of these facilities; to review current progress and plans Case Postale No. 2300, 1211 Geneva 2, Switzerland. regarding the development of new ATD facilities; and to Please send a second copy to K. Miyakoda, GFDL, P.O. obtain advice from users on these on these and other new Box 308, Princeton, NJ 08542. Additional information developments. about the conference can be obtained from either of these This meeting will be held in conjunction with the addresses. Workshop on Atmospheric Research Measurements, 3-4 October 1990 at the same location. For further information, Workshop on Atmospheric please contact Shelley Zucker at (303) 497-8833. Research Measurements A workshop on atmospheric research measurements, jointly Fourth Annual International Winter Weather hosted by the National Center for Atmospheric Research Workshop (NCAR) Atmospheric Technology Division and the National This workshop focused on improving ice and snow control Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Aeron- procedures will be held in St. Louis, Missouri, 10-12 omy Laboratory, will be held at the Westin Resort in Vail, October 1990. Surface Systems, Inc. will sponsor and host Colorado, on 3-4 October 1990. this event. For registration or more information, please call The objectives of the meeting are to assess the scientific Ann Buchmann, 1 (800) 325-SCAN. needs for measurements in selected atmospheric research areas; to identify gaps in the measurement systems currently Notice of registration deadlines for meetings, workshops, and available for filling these needs; and to recommend the seminars, deadlines for submission of abstracts or papers to be development of needed new systems. presented at meetings, and deadlines for grants,'proposals, All interested atmospheric scientists, instrumentation de- awards, nominations, and fellowships must be received at least velopers, and research managers are invited to attend this three months before deadline dates.—News Editor • important meeting. This workshop will be held in con-

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