Bulletin American Meteorological Society Uccellini, L. W. 1989. Process contributing to the rapid devel- of upstream trough amplification and associated tropopause opment of extratropical cyclones. Extratropical cyclones, Pal- folding on rapid cyclogenesis. Mori. Wea. Rev. 113: 962- men Memorial Volume. Boston: American Meteorological 988. Society (In Press). Whitaker, J. S., Uccellini, L. W . and K. F. Brill. 1988. A model- Uccellini, L. W., D. Keyser, K. F. Brill and C. H. Wash. 1985. based diagnostic study of the rapid development phase of the The Presidents' Day cyclone of 18-19 February 1979: Influence Presidents' Day cyclone. Mon. Wea. Rev. 116: 2337-2365. • Solar 90 Conference Accommodations Available on Ocean Weather The Solar 90 Conference will be held 18-22 March 1990 Ship "CUMULUS" in Austin, Texas. Solar 90 features the American Solar Feasability studies in ancillary utilization of the facilities Energy Society Annual Conference and the 15th National on the O.W.S. "CUMULUS" are currently being under- Passive Solar Conference. For more information contact taken. Accomodations are available for 52 individuals, of American Solar Energy Society, 2400 Central Avenue, Suite which the current manning is 20 crew (including 6 mete- B-1, Boulder, Colorado, 80301, or call (303) 443-3130. orologists). There is therefore spare capacity onboard the fully equipped dedicated meteorological vessel, which Canadian Society of Agrometeorology could be used for commissioned oceanographic work, Technical Session teaching, and research. Anyone interested in using the The Canadian Society of Agrometeorology (CSAM) is plan- facilities of O.W.S. "CUMULUS" should contact Captain ning a one day technical session for 24 July 1990. The P.B. Watson, Marine Operations, United Towing Marine meeting will be part of the Agricultural Institute of Canada Services, Ltd., Boston House, St. Andrew's Dock, Hull (AIC) 1990 Annual Conference to be held at the Convention HU3 4PR, England. Centre in Penticton, British Columbia. The theme of this conference is Agri-Resource interfaces. Participants are encouraged to share information and experiences, and are 1990 Meteorological Calendars Now Available invited to attend the other A.I.C. sessions from 22-26 July. Poster presentations and equipment or instrumentation displays are invited. Please send a proposed paper title by Royal Meteorological Society Calendar 31 December 1989 and a 200 word abstract with the The Royal Meteorological Society has produced a mete- finalized title by 1 March 1990 to R.J. Williams, Agricultural orological calendar for 1990. This contains photographs Climatologist, B.C. Ministry of Environment, 1873 Spall from various world-wide locations. It is available from the Road, Kelowna, B.C. V1Y4R2, or call (604) 861-7211. Executive Secretary, Royal Meteorological Society, James Glaisher House, Grenville Place, Bracknell, Berks RG12 ASTM Symposium on Mapping and 1 BX, U.K. The price for one is $7.00, or $25 for five post Geographic Information Systems free. The International Symposium on Mapping and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) will be held 21-22 June 1990 Australian Weather Calendar in San Francisco, California. Papers are invited for oral or The 1990 issue of the Australian Weather Calendar features poster presentations on three main topics: maps of all 12 color photographs and a variety of information on types—geologic, waste management, mineral, vegetation, meteorological phenomena. The calendar is jointly pro- land use, etc.; remote sensing—applications of all types duced by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology and the and disciplines, hardware, and software (especially related Australian Meteorological & Oceanographic Society (for- to desk top computer applications); GIS—hardware and merly the Royal Meteorological Society—Australian software, interface of maps and remote sensing with GIS, Branch). Price information and copies of the calendar can new applications, success and problems, and the need for be obtained from the administrative assistant of the Austra- data and other standards. Prospective authors should submit lian Meteorological & Oceanographic Society, P.O. Box a 300-500 word abstract in english by 15 November 1989 654E, Melbourne, Australia 3001. Payment for calendars to Dorothy Savini, Symposia Operations, ASTM, 1916 Race must be by bankdraft in Australian currency payable to Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103-1187, or tele- AMOS. Calendars plus airmail cost $A18.45 for U.S./ phone (215) 299-5413. More information is available from Canada; $A19.65 for UK/Europe; and $15.15 for New Symposium Chairman Ivan Johnson, 7474 Upham Court, Zealand. Arvada, Colorado 80003, or call (303) 425-5610. Air Weather Association Reunion The Air Weather Service (Army Air Corps/USAF active, Notice of registration deadlines for meetings, workshops, and retired, prior service, including wx recon) will be holding seminars, deadlines for submission of abstracts or papers to be a reunion 23-27 May 1990 in San Antonio Texas. Non- presented at meetings, and deadlines for grants, proposals, members can receive more details by writing before January awards, nominations, and fellowships must be received at least 1990 to Air Weather Association, 5301 Reservation Road, three months before deadline dates.—News Editor • Placerville, California 95667.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Nov 1, 1989
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