10th Global Warmin g International Conference & Sixt h Nuclear Utility Meteorological Data Users Expo (GW10), 5-8 May 1999, Mt. Fuji, Japan Group (NUMUG) Meeting, 12-14 May 1999, Syra- cuse, Ne w York The 10th Global Warming International Conference & Expo (GW10), organized by Global Warming International The Sixth Nuclear Utility Meteorological Data Users Center (GWIC-USA), will be held 5-8 May 1999, in Mt. Group (NUMUG) Meeting, hosted by the Niagara Mohawk Fuji, Japan. The American Meteorological Society is a co- and organized by the Steering Committee of the NUMUG, operating organization. will be held 12-14 May 1999, Syracuse, New York. The The GW Series is devoted to Sound Management of the American Meteorological Society is a cooperating World's Natural Resources. The conference sessions in- organization.The deadline for abstracts has passed. For fur- clude: 1) Global Warming and Climate Change, 2) Global ther information contact Kenneth G. Wastrack, Tennessee and Regional Natural Resource Management North Valley Authority, Mail Stop CEB 2A, P.O. Box 1010, America, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia, 3) Strategies Muscle Shoals, AL 35662-1010 (tel: 256-386-2499; fax for Mitigation of Greenhouse Gas Emissions, 4) Policy and 256-386-3835; e-mail: email@example.com). (11/98; r2/99) Economics, 5) Energy, Transportation, Minerals and
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Published: May 1, 1999
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