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announcements 818 Vol. 77, No. 6, June 1990 (in French). Rev. Geogr. Pyr. S.O. pp. 109-112. Smith, R. B. 1979. The influence of the earth's rotation on moun- Viers, G. 1987. Observations on thermal effects of Foehn in Pays tain wav e drag. J. Atmos. 5c/'. 36: 177-180. Basque (in French). Publications of the Geographical Institute of Stein, J. 1989. Numerical study of two cases of hydrostatic flow Clermont-Ferrand, no. 65 (available from University of Clermont over the Pyrenees (in French). EN M Internal Report no. 271, 63170 Aubiere). 190 pp. (available from CNRM). WMO . 1986. Scientific results of the Alpine experiment. GARP Talagrand, O., and P. Courtier. 1987. Variational assimilation of publication series no. 27, (2 volumes) available from WM O meteorological observations with the adjoint vorticity equation. secretariat case postale no. 5, CH 1211 Geneva 20, Part I: Theory. Quart. Jour. Roy. Meteor. Soc. 113: 1311-1328. Switzerland). • Viers, G . 1960. The meteorological events of 1959 in the Pyrenees A poster session will be scheduled to highlight climate data International Workshop on Large Eddy and services provided by the CAC, NCDC, and Regional Simulation Climate Centers. Those interested in participating in the Th e international workshop "Large Eddy Simula- workshop should contact David Rodenhuis, Climate Anal- tion—Where do w e Stand?" will be held 19-21 December ysis Center W/NMC5 , Rm 604 World Weather Building, 1990 in St. Petersburg, Florida. For further information, Washington DC 20233, (301) 763-8167 by 1 August 1990. contact Boris Galperin, Department of Marine Science, University of South Florida, 140 Seventh Avenue South, International Workshop on Urban Rainfall and St. Petersburg, FL 33701, (813) 893-9101. Meteorology The International Workshop on Urban Rainfall and Mete- Climate Diagnostics Workshop orology will be held 2-5 December 1990 in St. Moritz, The 15th Annual Climate Diagnostics Workshop will be Switzerland. This conference is supported by WMO , and held 29 October-2 November 1990, in Asheville, North IAHS. For more information, contact Glenn E. Stout, Carolina. The Workshop is sponsored by the Climate Secretary-General, International Water Resources Associ- Analysis Center, National Meteorological Center, NOAA/ ation, 205 North Mathews Avenue, Urbana, Illinois NW S and is cosponsored this year by the National Climatic 61801-2397, (217) 333-6275 Data Center NOAA/NESDIS. Regional and global climate fluctuations for the year ending August 1990 will be a focus of the workshop. The workshop will also address research and diagnostic studies of large-scale ocean-atmosphere Notice of registration deadlines for meetings, workshops, and interaction including intraseasonal to interannual variabil- seminars, deadlines for submission of abstracts or papers to be ity; early detection and prediction of warm and cold presented at meetings, and deadlines for grants, proposals, southern oscillation episodes; and climate prediction on awards, nominations, and fellowships must be received at least monthly and seasonal temporal scales. A special session three months before deadline dates.—News Editor • will focus on datasets for detection of global climate change. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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818 Vol. 77, No. 6, June 1990 (in French). Rev. Geogr. Pyr. S.O. pp. 109-112. Smith, R. B. 1979. The influence of the earth's rotation on moun- Viers, G. 1987. Observations on thermal effects of Foehn in Pays tain wav e drag. J. Atmos. 5c/'. 36: 177-180. Basque (in French). Publications of the Geographical Institute of Stein, J. 1989. Numerical study of two cases of hydrostatic flow Clermont-Ferrand, no. 65 (available from University of Clermont over the Pyrenees (in French). EN M Internal Report no. 271, 63170 Aubiere). 190 pp. (available from CNRM). WMO . 1986. Scientific results of the Alpine experiment. GARP Talagrand, O., and P. Courtier. 1987. Variational assimilation of publication series no. 27, (2 volumes) available from WM O meteorological observations with the adjoint vorticity equation. secretariat case postale no. 5, CH 1211 Geneva 20, Part I: Theory. Quart. Jour. Roy. Meteor. Soc. 113: 1311-1328. Switzerland). • Viers, G . 1960. The meteorological events of 1959 in the Pyrenees A poster session will be scheduled to highlight climate data International Workshop on Large Eddy and services provided by the CAC, NCDC, and Regional Simulation Climate Centers. Those interested in participating in the Th e international workshop "Large Eddy Simula- workshop should contact David Rodenhuis, Climate Anal- tion—Where do w e Stand?" will be held 19-21 December ysis Center W/NMC5 , Rm 604 World Weather Building, 1990 in St. Petersburg, Florida. For further information, Washington DC 20233, (301) 763-8167 by 1 August 1990. contact Boris Galperin, Department of Marine Science, University of South Florida, 140 Seventh Avenue South, International Workshop on Urban Rainfall and St. Petersburg, FL 33701, (813) 893-9101. Meteorology The International Workshop on Urban Rainfall and Mete- Climate Diagnostics Workshop orology will be held 2-5 December 1990 in St. Moritz, The 15th Annual Climate Diagnostics Workshop will be Switzerland. This conference is supported by WMO , and held 29 October-2 November 1990, in Asheville, North IAHS. For more information, contact Glenn E. Stout, Carolina. The Workshop is sponsored by the Climate Secretary-General, International Water Resources Associ- Analysis Center, National Meteorological Center, NOAA/ ation, 205 North Mathews Avenue, Urbana, Illinois NW S and is cosponsored this year by the National Climatic 61801-2397, (217) 333-6275 Data Center NOAA/NESDIS. Regional and global climate fluctuations for the year ending August 1990 will be a focus of the workshop. The workshop will also address research and diagnostic studies of large-scale ocean-atmosphere Notice of registration deadlines for meetings, workshops, and interaction including intraseasonal to interannual variabil- seminars, deadlines for submission of abstracts or papers to be ity; early detection and prediction of warm and cold presented at meetings, and deadlines for grants, proposals, southern oscillation episodes; and climate prediction on awards, nominations, and fellowships must be received at least monthly and seasonal temporal scales. A special session three months before deadline dates.—News Editor • will focus on datasets for detection of global climate change.

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