IEE E Sixt h Workin g Conferenc e o n Current 10t h Globa l Warmin g Internationa l Conferenc e & Measurement , 11-1 3 Marc h 1999 , Sa n Diego, Exp o (GW10) , 5- 8 Ma y 1999 , Mt . Fuji, Japa n Californi a The 10th Global Warming International Conference & The IEEE Sixth Working conference on Current Mea- Expo (GW10), organized by Global Warming International surement, sponsored by the Current Measurement Technol- Center (GWIC-USA), will be held 5- 8 May 1999, in Mt. ogy Committee of the IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society, Fuji, Japan. The American Meteorological Society is a co- will be held 11-13 March 1999, at the Bahia Hotel in San operating organization. Diego, California. The American Meteorological Society is The GW Series is devoted to Sound Management of the a cooperating organization. The Conference theme is, World' s Natural Resources. The conference sessions in- "Lagrangian and Eulerian Current Measurement Techniques." clude: 1) Global Warming and Climate Change, 2) Global The deadline for abstracts has passed. For further infor- and Regional Natural Resource Management North mation contact Albert J. Williams, 3rd Technical Program America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, 3) Strategies for
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