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announcements Royal Met Calendar physics, climate change physics, extreme events phys- ics, science and policy, global warming and climate The Royal Meteorological Society has once again change, global warming and public health, immune re- produced its Meteorological Calendar. The new cal- sponse and environment, extreme events and the Ex- endar, for 1998, is now available. A color photograph treme Event Index, ocean and global warming, the section depicting clouds, snow, rainbows, contrails, earth's surface radiation budget, cloud effects, biologi- floods, and rime kicks off each new month. In addi- cal evidence for circumpolar subarctic climate warm- tion to the standard date and day portion, this calen- ing, energy planning and utilities, alternative fuels, dar also features average temperatures, rainfall, and sustainable agriculture and forestry, energy and chemi- sunshine for the years 1961-90 in the United King- cals from renewable sources, global surveillance, re- dom, as well as sunrise and sunset hours for London, mote sensing, extreme events, and economic impacts. and dates for the new and full moon. Historical reviews Symposia will also be held on global warming and are featured each month, which recant the past weather public health, energy and natural resource manage- events of that particular month. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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10.1175/1520-0477-78.10.2272
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Royal Met Calendar physics, climate change physics, extreme events phys- ics, science and policy, global warming and climate The Royal Meteorological Society has once again change, global warming and public health, immune re- produced its Meteorological Calendar. The new cal- sponse and environment, extreme events and the Ex- endar, for 1998, is now available. A color photograph treme Event Index, ocean and global warming, the section depicting clouds, snow, rainbows, contrails, earth's surface radiation budget, cloud effects, biologi- floods, and rime kicks off each new month. In addi- cal evidence for circumpolar subarctic climate warm- tion to the standard date and day portion, this calen- ing, energy planning and utilities, alternative fuels, dar also features average temperatures, rainfall, and sustainable agriculture and forestry, energy and chemi- sunshine for the years 1961-90 in the United King- cals from renewable sources, global surveillance, re- dom, as well as sunrise and sunset hours for London, mote sensing, extreme events, and economic impacts. and dates for the new and full moon. Historical reviews Symposia will also be held on global warming and are featured each month, which recant the past weather public health, energy and natural resource manage- events of that particular month.

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Oct 1, 1997

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