75TH AMS ANNUAL MEETING—"Diamond Anniversary" (George P. Cressman); Evolution of Hurricane Forecasting 15-20 JANUARY 1995, DALLAS, TEXAS (Mark De Maria); Emergence of Atmospheric Chemistry The 75th AMS Annual Meeting—"Diamond Anniver- (Ralph J. Cicerone); Evolution of Climatology from Descrip- sary" will be held 15-20 January 1995 at the Loews Anatole tive to Analytic (John E. Kutzbach); 20th Century Arctic Hotel, Dallas, Texas. Several conferences, a large commer- Research (Norbert Untersteiner); Ocean-Atmosphere Inter- cial exhibit program, a combined book exhibit, and a "Dia- actions from 1920 to 1995 (John M. Wallace). The sympo- mond Anniversary" banquet are being planned. "Calendar of sium is being organized by Professor Robert G. Fleagle, Meetings" includes a listing of those conferences presently Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences, Univ. of Washington, Se- scheduled. The theme of the 75th AMS Annual Meeting will attle, WA (tel: 206-543-4594; fax: 206-543-0308). The 75th Annual Meeting program was published in the October issue be the retrospective and future views of the atmospheric and of the Bulletin. (6/94; MO/94) related oceanic and hydrological sciences. It is also time to give special acknowledgment to the growth of professional Short Course on Spatial Statistics: Methods and applications within the society. Attention will be given
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jan 1, 1995
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