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announcements Bulletin American Meteorological Society National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), United References States Naval Postgraduate School, United States Brown, E. N., C. A. Friehe and D. H. Lenschow. 1983. The use National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), United States of pressure fluctuations on the nose of an aircraft for measuring NSI Technology Services Corporation, United States air motion. J. Climate Appl. Meteor. 22: 171-180. Technical University of Munich, West Germany Cooper, W. A., and D. Baumgardner. 1989. Meeting review: Technical University of Zurich (LAPETH), Switzerland Workshop on airborne instrumentation, 19-21 October 1988. Universite Paul Sabatier, France NCAR Tech Note TN-330 + PROC, 73 pp. University of Cologne, West Germany Lenshow, D. L., and B. Boba Stankov. 1986. Length scales in the University of Hannover, West Germany convective boundary layer. ]. Atmos. Sci. 43: 1198-1209. University of Karlsruhe, West Germany Wyngaard, J. C. 1988. The effects of probe-induced flow distortion University of Munich, West Germany on atmospheric measurements: Extension to scalars. ). Atmos. University of Uppsala, Sweden Sci. 45: 3400-3412. • Clima Locarno 90—International Symposium International Scientific Committee, HAZARDS-91, c/o In- Past and Present Climate Dynamics: stitute of Ocean Sciences, P.O. Box 6000, Sidney, B.C., Canada, V8L 4B2, telephone (604) 356-6311. Reconstruction of Rates of Change This symposium will be held 24-28 September 1990 at Poker Flat MST Radar Data Archive Casino, Locarno, Canton of Ticino, Switzerland. The sym- posium is sponsored by the Swiss Academy of Sciences in The NOAA Aeronomy Laboratory in Boulder, Colorado support of the International Geosphere Biosphere (IGBP) in has recently completed an archive of Poker Flat Mesos- conjunction with the Swiss National Climate Program phere, Stratosphere and Troposphere (MST) radar, which was one of the first wind-profiling Doppler radars. (ProClim), Swiss Committee for the IGBP, Swiss Commis- sion of Oceanography and Limnology, Swiss SCOPE Com- The archive of Poker Flast MST radar data includes mittee, and Swiss Commission for Climate and Atmosphere. observations of vertical and horizontal velocities, Doppler spectral width of horizontal and vertical motions, and The symposium should stimulate links, calibration, and signal strength. The observations are essentially continuous cross-overs for interpretations of records from different types in time and cover an altitude range of roughly 5-30 km of climate archives, high resolution studies from modeling, and 55-95 km depending on season and time of day. In instrumental records or archive signals from ice cores, preparing the archive, data were carefully checked for marine and lake sediments, tree rings, historical chronicles, consistency and a special effort was made to optimize the cave deposits, faunal growth rings, snow, and glaciers. retrieval of data from altitudes with low signal-to-noise Additional information may be obtained from K. Kelts, ratio. Clima Locarno 90, ProClim, Postfach 7613, CH-3001 Bern, Switzerland, telephone 41-31-21 21 14. The Poker Flat archive is most easily accessed through the CEDAR data base managed by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). The data at NCAR contain International Symposium on Geophysical one hour averages of the archive data that span the entire Hazards in Developing Countries and Their period of operation of the Poker Flat MST radar. Scientists Environmental Impacts interested in using the Poker Flat archive are requested to This symposium of the International Society for the Preven- correspond dirctly with Barbara Emery of NCAR. An archive tion and Mitigation of Natural Hazards, will be held 21-27 April 1991 in Cairo, Egypt. The objective of this symposium of high-resolution data is stored at NOAA's Aeronomy Laboratory. The Aeronomy Laboratory has prepared a is to promote the advancement of hazard sciences, to Technical Memorandum to help interested scientists use perceive and explore those aspects that may be similar the Poker Flat archive. A copy of the Technical Memoran- among some of the various hazards, to review the newest dum (ERL AL-11) can be obtained from NCAR or by writing developments in a few selected fields, and also to outline the Tropical Dynamics and Climate Program Area of new directions for future research. NOAA's Aeronomy Laboratory, 325 Broadway, Boulder, Themes of the meeting will include cyclones and other C O 80303 weather systems; storm surges and their coastal effects; tsunami generation and propagation; biotoxins and other marine natural hazards; air and water pollution; floods and droughts; ice-related hazards; earthquakes, landslides, and snow avalanches; soil erosion; deforestation and desertifi- Notice of registration deadlines for meetings, workshops, and cation; climatic changes and their impacts; risk assessment seminars, deadlines for submission of abstracts or papers to be problems; preparedness, mitigation, and management; and presented at meetings, and deadlines for grants, proposals, the IDNDR: a perfect chance to put hazard research into awards, nominations, and fellowships must be received at least practice. three months before deadline dates.—News Editor • For more information write or call T.S. 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Bulletin American Meteorological Society National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), United References States Naval Postgraduate School, United States Brown, E. N., C. A. Friehe and D. H. Lenschow. 1983. The use National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), United States of pressure fluctuations on the nose of an aircraft for measuring NSI Technology Services Corporation, United States air motion. J. Climate Appl. Meteor. 22: 171-180. Technical University of Munich, West Germany Cooper, W. A., and D. Baumgardner. 1989. Meeting review: Technical University of Zurich (LAPETH), Switzerland Workshop on airborne instrumentation, 19-21 October 1988. Universite Paul Sabatier, France NCAR Tech Note TN-330 + PROC, 73 pp. University of Cologne, West Germany Lenshow, D. L., and B. Boba Stankov. 1986. Length scales in the University of Hannover, West Germany convective boundary layer. ]. Atmos. Sci. 43: 1198-1209. University of Karlsruhe, West Germany Wyngaard, J. C. 1988. The effects of probe-induced flow distortion University of Munich, West Germany on atmospheric measurements: Extension to scalars. ). Atmos. University of Uppsala, Sweden Sci. 45: 3400-3412. • Clima Locarno 90—International Symposium International Scientific Committee, HAZARDS-91, c/o In- Past and Present Climate Dynamics: stitute of Ocean Sciences, P.O. Box 6000, Sidney, B.C., Canada, V8L 4B2, telephone (604) 356-6311. Reconstruction of Rates of Change This symposium will be held 24-28 September 1990 at Poker Flat MST Radar Data Archive Casino, Locarno, Canton of Ticino, Switzerland. The sym- posium is sponsored by the Swiss Academy of Sciences in The NOAA Aeronomy Laboratory in Boulder, Colorado support of the International Geosphere Biosphere (IGBP) in has recently completed an archive of Poker Flat Mesos- conjunction with the Swiss National Climate Program phere, Stratosphere and Troposphere (MST) radar, which was one of the first wind-profiling Doppler radars. (ProClim), Swiss Committee for the IGBP, Swiss Commis- sion of Oceanography and Limnology, Swiss SCOPE Com- The archive of Poker Flast MST radar data includes mittee, and Swiss Commission for Climate and Atmosphere. observations of vertical and horizontal velocities, Doppler spectral width of horizontal and vertical motions, and The symposium should stimulate links, calibration, and signal strength. The observations are essentially continuous cross-overs for interpretations of records from different types in time and cover an altitude range of roughly 5-30 km of climate archives, high resolution studies from modeling, and 55-95 km depending on season and time of day. In instrumental records or archive signals from ice cores, preparing the archive, data were carefully checked for marine and lake sediments, tree rings, historical chronicles, consistency and a special effort was made to optimize the cave deposits, faunal growth rings, snow, and glaciers. retrieval of data from altitudes with low signal-to-noise Additional information may be obtained from K. Kelts, ratio. Clima Locarno 90, ProClim, Postfach 7613, CH-3001 Bern, Switzerland, telephone 41-31-21 21 14. The Poker Flat archive is most easily accessed through the CEDAR data base managed by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR). The data at NCAR contain International Symposium on Geophysical one hour averages of the archive data that span the entire Hazards in Developing Countries and Their period of operation of the Poker Flat MST radar. Scientists Environmental Impacts interested in using the Poker Flat archive are requested to This symposium of the International Society for the Preven- correspond dirctly with Barbara Emery of NCAR. An archive tion and Mitigation of Natural Hazards, will be held 21-27 April 1991 in Cairo, Egypt. The objective of this symposium of high-resolution data is stored at NOAA's Aeronomy Laboratory. The Aeronomy Laboratory has prepared a is to promote the advancement of hazard sciences, to Technical Memorandum to help interested scientists use perceive and explore those aspects that may be similar the Poker Flat archive. A copy of the Technical Memoran- among some of the various hazards, to review the newest dum (ERL AL-11) can be obtained from NCAR or by writing developments in a few selected fields, and also to outline the Tropical Dynamics and Climate Program Area of new directions for future research. NOAA's Aeronomy Laboratory, 325 Broadway, Boulder, Themes of the meeting will include cyclones and other C O 80303 weather systems; storm surges and their coastal effects; tsunami generation and propagation; biotoxins and other marine natural hazards; air and water pollution; floods and droughts; ice-related hazards; earthquakes, landslides, and snow avalanches; soil erosion; deforestation and desertifi- Notice of registration deadlines for meetings, workshops, and cation; climatic changes and their impacts; risk assessment seminars, deadlines for submission of abstracts or papers to be problems; preparedness, mitigation, and management; and presented at meetings, and deadlines for grants, proposals, the IDNDR: a perfect chance to put hazard research into awards, nominations, and fellowships must be received at least practice. three months before deadline dates.—News Editor • For more information write or call T.S. Murty, chairman,

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