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announcements AG U Meeting to Cover Earth and Space 200 0 Ocean Sciences Meeting to Be Held in Sciences San Antonio The American Geophysical Union's (AGU) 1999 The 2000 Ocean Sciences Meeting, sponsored Fall Meeting will be held in the Moscone Convention jointly by AGU and the American Society of Limnol- Center, San Francisco, California, on 13-17 Decem- ogy and Oceanography, will be held in the Henry B. ber. There will be a special premeeting excursion for Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio, Texas, 24 - science writers on 12 December to investigate hydro- 28 January 2000. The meeting is convened in even logical issues affecting San Francisco Bay.The meet- numbered years. The Monday-to-Friday sessions ing will cover all of the earth and space sciences, plus cover a broad range of topics, including newsworthy two new thematic areas: biogeosciences and education research results. The list of special sessions for this and public policy. For a descriptive list of special ses- meeting may be consulted on the AGU Web site at sions by topic see the AGU Web site at http:// http://www.agu.org/meetings/osOOspss.html. • www.agu.org/meetings/fm99spss.html. X-Band Ground System for MODIS DB Global Imaging's Reception and Processing Global Imaging's EOS Tracker is a fully integrated Direct M0DIS ground system. Broadcast ground system for the reception and processing of MODIS data from NASA's EOS spacecraft. Each EOS Tracker ground system includes a 3.0 meter MODIS X-band Earth We've included everything Station and a powerful UNIX work-station. Standard ground system software includes functions for antenna control and but the sky high price. for real-time data capture and archival. Optional software functions are available for determining cloud cover, surface temperature, ocean productivity, digital vegetation indices, atmospheric aerosols, precipitable water, and snow cover. • Radome for All Weather Operation • Horizon-to-Horizon Coverage • Hewlett Packard & Silicon Graphics Scientific Workstations • Automatic Operation • MODIS Data Processing • FOCUS 9000 Interactive Image Display • Unparalleled Support For more information on the EOS Tracker, contact Global Imaging at the address below or via e-mail at: mguberek@globalimaging.com GLOBAL IMAGING Remote Sensing-from the ground up Global Imaging, Inc. • 201 Lomas Santa Fe Dr., Suite 380 • Solana Beach, CA 92075 Toll-free in the US and Canada: 800-345-4624 • Tel. 858-481-5750 • Fax. 858-481-5794 • http://www.globalimaging.com Vol. 80,, No. 10,, October 1999 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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AG U Meeting to Cover Earth and Space 200 0 Ocean Sciences Meeting to Be Held in Sciences San Antonio The American Geophysical Union's (AGU) 1999 The 2000 Ocean Sciences Meeting, sponsored Fall Meeting will be held in the Moscone Convention jointly by AGU and the American Society of Limnol- Center, San Francisco, California, on 13-17 Decem- ogy and Oceanography, will be held in the Henry B. ber. There will be a special premeeting excursion for Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio, Texas, 24 - science writers on 12 December to investigate hydro- 28 January 2000. The meeting is convened in even logical issues affecting San Francisco Bay.The meet- numbered years. The Monday-to-Friday sessions ing will cover all of the earth and space sciences, plus cover a broad range of topics, including newsworthy two new thematic areas: biogeosciences and education research results. The list of special sessions for this and public policy. For a descriptive list of special ses- meeting may be consulted on the AGU Web site at sions by topic see the AGU Web site at http:// http://www.agu.org/meetings/osOOspss.html. • www.agu.org/meetings/fm99spss.html. X-Band Ground System for MODIS DB Global Imaging's Reception and Processing Global Imaging's EOS Tracker is a fully integrated Direct M0DIS ground system. Broadcast ground system for the reception and processing of MODIS data from NASA's EOS spacecraft. Each EOS Tracker ground system includes a 3.0 meter MODIS X-band Earth We've included everything Station and a powerful UNIX work-station. Standard ground system software includes functions for antenna control and but the sky high price. for real-time data capture and archival. Optional software functions are available for determining cloud cover, surface temperature, ocean productivity, digital vegetation indices, atmospheric aerosols, precipitable water, and snow cover. • Radome for All Weather Operation • Horizon-to-Horizon Coverage • Hewlett Packard & Silicon Graphics Scientific Workstations • Automatic Operation • MODIS Data Processing • FOCUS 9000 Interactive Image Display • Unparalleled Support For more information on the EOS Tracker, contact Global Imaging at the address below or via e-mail at: mguberek@globalimaging.com GLOBAL IMAGING Remote Sensing-from the ground up Global Imaging, Inc. • 201 Lomas Santa Fe Dr., Suite 380 • Solana Beach, CA 92075 Toll-free in the US and Canada: 800-345-4624 • Tel. 858-481-5750 • Fax. 858-481-5794 • http://www.globalimaging.com Vol. 80,, No. 10,, October 1999

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