10th Global Warmin g International Conference & tion community at large are invited to present their latest Expo (GW10), 5-8 May 1999, Mt. Fuji, Japan works at the Annual Meeting. The 10th Global Warming International Conference & Titles and a short abstract (200 words or less) should Expo (GW10), organized by Global Warming International be submitted to the Program Chair c/o Jim Renick (e-mail: Center (GWIC-USA), will be held 5-8 May 1999, in Mt. email@example.com; fax: 403-340-1340; tel: 403-347- Fuji, Japan. The American Meteorological Society is a co- 1545). The deadline for submission of abstracts for presen- operating organization. tation at the meeting is 15 April 1999. The GW Series is devoted to Sound Management of the For registration, hotel, and general information, please World's Natural Resources. The conference sessions in- contact the Local Arrangements Committee c/o Terry clude: 1) Global Warming and Climate Change, 2) Global Krauss (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org; fax/tel: 403-342- and Regional Natural Resource Management North 5685). (10/98) America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia, 3) Strategies Sixt h Nuclear Utility Meteorological Data Users for Mitigation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions, 4) Policy and Grou p (NUMUG) Meeting, 12-14 May 1999, Economics, 5) Energy, Transportation, Minerals and Natu- Syracuse,
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Apr 1, 1999
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