ASU to hold meeting at 78th AMS Annual NOAA Central Library; telephone: 301-713-2607, ext. Meeting in Phoenix 139; fax: 301-713-4598; e-mail: JBeattie@ nodc.noaa.gov). The Atmospheric Science Librarians International (ASLI) is a newly formed international professional Special Issue of Weather and Forecasting organization for atmospheric science librarians. Mem- Commemorates 50th Anniversary of First bers of the ASLI will hold a meeting, The Atmospheric Tornado Forecast Science Librarians International Meeting, in conjunc- On the evening of 25 March 1948, a tornado roared tion with the 78th AMS Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona, 11-16 January 1998. through Tinker Air Force Base (AFB) near Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. The storm caused considerable dam- The ASLI meeting will occur Wednesday through age and a few injuries, but no fatalities. The destruc- Friday, 14-16 January 1998, and will include the fol- lowing sessions: ASLI Roundtable; Where are the ar- tion could, however, have been much worse. A few chives for arctic meteorological resources; Site li- hours earlier, Air Force Capt. Robert C. Miller and censes: Joys, problems, and questions; Interdiscipli- Maj. Ernest J. Fawbush had correctly predicted that nary research of meteorological and oceanographic conditions that night would be favorable for tornadoes data; Library issues regarding
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