value; probability and statistics in remote sensing; time UPCOMIN G AM S MEETINGS series; spatial statistics; and space-time modeling. Contri- butions suitable for joint sessions with the 12th Conference Short Course on Climate-Change Detection, 7 May on Applied Climatology, for example in areas such as ex- 2000, Asheville, North Carolina treme-value analyses, uses of probability and statistics in applied climatological problems, and novel probabilistic An AMS Short Course on Climate-Change Detection, sponsored by the American Meteorological Society, will be climate applications (e.g., "weather derivatives") were also held on Sunday, 7 May 2000, preceding the 15th Confer- encouraged. Participants with additional suggestions for the ence on Probability and Statistics in the Atmospheric Sci- program are encouraged to contact the program chairperson. ences, and the 12th Conference on Applied Climatology in A conference preprint volume is planned and authors Asheville, North Carolina. A preliminary program is posted of accepted abstracts were encouraged to contribute to this on the AMS Web site at site http://www.ametsoc.org/AMS volume. Registrants will receive the preprint volume at the and published in April issue of the Bulletin. conference. For program information contact: Dan Wilks, 1113 This half-day short course will be instructed by Francis Zwiers of the
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