Participant s of Albert a Hail Project Invite d to Information on the CMOS Congress can be ob- 40t h Anniversar y Celebration taine d on the Internet site: http://ecsask65. Forty years ago, a cooperative hailstorm research innovplace.saskatoon.sk.ca/pages/cmos97 / project commenced in Alberta, Canada. It started as congrs97.html or from Geoff S. Strong, Chair, Con- the Alberta Hail Studies Project (ALHAS) and began gress '97 Scientific Program, c/o Atmospheric Envi- in 1957. The project conduced systematic field obser- ronment Service, 11 Innovation Blvd., Saskatoon, SK, vations, including weather radar. Over the ensuing S7N 3H5, Canada; telephone: 306-975-5809; fax: 306-975-6516 ; e-mail: StrongG@nhrisv.nhrc. years the project grew to become the Alberta Hail sk.doe.ca. Project (AHP), involving a total of a dozen agencies and several hundred people during the four decades General information about the reunion and the Sci- of its existence. In order to celebrate the worldwide entific Session on Hail can be obtained from Peter recognition achieved by this program, a reunion for Summers, 805-30 Harding Blvd. West, Richmond all agencies and people involved will be held 5- 8 June Hill, ON L4C 9M3, Canada; phone: 905-508-7509; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. The reunion will commence on Thursday, 5 June In order
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jan 1, 1997
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