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announcements Airborn e Platforms Will Be Featured plored, methodology used, results, and conclusions. at Conference Plenary papers will be selected from the interactive Experts from more than 40 countries will be present poster papers submitted. Notification of a paper's at the Second International Airborne Remote Sensing acceptance and an author's kit will be mailed in Conference and Exhibition to exchange ideas and December 1995. Direct summaries and inquiries to: information on the latest developments in airborne ERIM/Airborne Conference, P.O. Box 134001, Ann remote sensing systems and applications. The con- Arbor, Ml 48113-4001; telephone: 313-994-1200, ext. ference and exhibition will be held in "everybody's 3234; fax: 313-994-5123; e-mail: wallman@erim.org; favorite city" San Francisco, California, from 24 to 27 WW W URL: http://www.erim.org/CONF/ June 1996. Stor m Chasing Featured in IMAX Film The technical program will offer plenary, interactive Coming soon to a museum near you, the latest poster sessions, training sessions, and more than 300 natural woritieriWm,Stormchaser. Stormchaser guides presentations. The exhibitions of airborne remote viewers through impressive and breathtaking chases sensing platforms, equipment, and services will be of the world's most dramatic weather: hurricanes, offered concurrently at Moffett Field and at the Hyatt tornadoes, and monsoons. Captured in the colossal Regency San Francisco Airport Hotel. The show will scale of the I MAX format, Stormchaser was produced host over 20 airborne platforms equipped with remote by MacGilivray Freeman Films, a production of the sensing and surveillance capabilities, including repre- Museum Film Network and NOVA/WGBH Boston. sentation from Open Skies Treaty organizations, staff, Major funding was provided by the National Science and aircraft. Hands-on workshops, field trips, and Foundation. guest and hospitality activities will also be available. Paper contributors should submit a one-page, single- Stormchaser made its debut in Boston, Mass- spaced summary, between 300 and 500 words, be- achusetts, at the Museum of Science's Mugar Omni fore 3 November 1995. The summary should include Theater on 23 September. It will open in the following the conference topic addressed, the problem ex- IMAX locations and cities worldwide: Reuben H. Fleet Space Theater and Science Center, San Diego, Cali- fornia, 29 September; Museum of Science and Indus- try, Chicago, Illinois, 6 October; Louisville Science Center, Louisville, Kentucky, 7 October; Discovery Place, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28 October; Singapore Science Center, Singapore, October; Mary- New Director land Science Center, Baltimore, Maryland, 3 Novem- at AGU ber; Museum of Natural History, Denver, Colorado, 10 November; California Museum of Science and Indus- The American try, Los Angeles, California, 11 November; Carnegie Geophysica l Science Center, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, 15 Decem- Union has a new ber; Omniversum, the Netherlands, mid-December; man in its top post. American Museum of Natural History, New York City, A. F. Spilhaus, Jr., ago New York, January 1996; Science Museum of Vir- assistant executive di- ginia, Richmond, Virginia, July 1996; Canadian Mu- rector of AGU since seum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec, date to be deter- 1967, has been appointed execu- mined; and Natural Museum of Natural Science, tive director of the 10,000-member society. Taichung, Taiwan, date to be determined. He succeeds Waldo E. Smith, who is retir- ing. Dr. Spilhaus received his B.S. in chemi- New NCDC On-Line Datasets cal engineering, his M.S. in geology and The following is a short review of new and recently geophysics, and Ph.D. in oceanography updated on-line datasets available from the National from MIT. Climatic Data Center (NCDC) via the Internet. Some of these are accessible via direct ftp and some via Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 51, 910 www/mosaic: 1664 Vol. 76, No. 9, September 1995 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Airborn e Platforms Will Be Featured plored, methodology used, results, and conclusions. at Conference Plenary papers will be selected from the interactive Experts from more than 40 countries will be present poster papers submitted. Notification of a paper's at the Second International Airborne Remote Sensing acceptance and an author's kit will be mailed in Conference and Exhibition to exchange ideas and December 1995. Direct summaries and inquiries to: information on the latest developments in airborne ERIM/Airborne Conference, P.O. Box 134001, Ann remote sensing systems and applications. The con- Arbor, Ml 48113-4001; telephone: 313-994-1200, ext. ference and exhibition will be held in "everybody's 3234; fax: 313-994-5123; e-mail: wallman@erim.org; favorite city" San Francisco, California, from 24 to 27 WW W URL: http://www.erim.org/CONF/ June 1996. Stor m Chasing Featured in IMAX Film The technical program will offer plenary, interactive Coming soon to a museum near you, the latest poster sessions, training sessions, and more than 300 natural woritieriWm,Stormchaser. Stormchaser guides presentations. The exhibitions of airborne remote viewers through impressive and breathtaking chases sensing platforms, equipment, and services will be of the world's most dramatic weather: hurricanes, offered concurrently at Moffett Field and at the Hyatt tornadoes, and monsoons. Captured in the colossal Regency San Francisco Airport Hotel. The show will scale of the I MAX format, Stormchaser was produced host over 20 airborne platforms equipped with remote by MacGilivray Freeman Films, a production of the sensing and surveillance capabilities, including repre- Museum Film Network and NOVA/WGBH Boston. sentation from Open Skies Treaty organizations, staff, Major funding was provided by the National Science and aircraft. Hands-on workshops, field trips, and Foundation. guest and hospitality activities will also be available. Paper contributors should submit a one-page, single- Stormchaser made its debut in Boston, Mass- spaced summary, between 300 and 500 words, be- achusetts, at the Museum of Science's Mugar Omni fore 3 November 1995. The summary should include Theater on 23 September. It will open in the following the conference topic addressed, the problem ex- IMAX locations and cities worldwide: Reuben H. Fleet Space Theater and Science Center, San Diego, Cali- fornia, 29 September; Museum of Science and Indus- try, Chicago, Illinois, 6 October; Louisville Science Center, Louisville, Kentucky, 7 October; Discovery Place, Charlotte, North Carolina, 28 October; Singapore Science Center, Singapore, October; Mary- New Director land Science Center, Baltimore, Maryland, 3 Novem- at AGU ber; Museum of Natural History, Denver, Colorado, 10 November; California Museum of Science and Indus- The American try, Los Angeles, California, 11 November; Carnegie Geophysica l Science Center, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, 15 Decem- Union has a new ber; Omniversum, the Netherlands, mid-December; man in its top post. American Museum of Natural History, New York City, A. F. Spilhaus, Jr., ago New York, January 1996; Science Museum of Vir- assistant executive di- ginia, Richmond, Virginia, July 1996; Canadian Mu- rector of AGU since seum of Civilization, Hull, Quebec, date to be deter- 1967, has been appointed execu- mined; and Natural Museum of Natural Science, tive director of the 10,000-member society. Taichung, Taiwan, date to be determined. He succeeds Waldo E. Smith, who is retir- ing. Dr. Spilhaus received his B.S. in chemi- New NCDC On-Line Datasets cal engineering, his M.S. in geology and The following is a short review of new and recently geophysics, and Ph.D. in oceanography updated on-line datasets available from the National from MIT. Climatic Data Center (NCDC) via the Internet. Some of these are accessible via direct ftp and some via Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 51, 910 www/mosaic: 1664 Vol. 76, No. 9, September 1995

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