Oceanology International '92 Exhibition eas—measurement, distribution, and forecasting; snow cover—evaluation, evolution, avalanche fore- Sponsored by the Society for Underwater Technol- casting; weather prediction in mountain areas; Alps ogy, the theme adopted for this event is "Global climate and climate variations; Agro- and bio-meteo- Ocean." This conference examines the puzzle of how rology in mountain areas. For more information, write to study, measure, and observe the complex system to Europa Organization/CIMA 92, 40 Boulevard des of the earth's watery surface by looking at acoustical, Recollets-BP 4406, 31405 Toulouse Cedex France, optical, and other sensors and samplers. For more telephone 61 32 66 99. information, write to Judith Patten Public Relations, Neville House, 55 Eden Street, Kingston upon Thames, Air Quality Modeling Courses Syrret KT1 1BW, United Kingdom. Trinity Consultants, Inc. will hold two-day courses on Infrared Technology: Fundamentals and Systems air-pollution dispersion modeling theory and tech- Applications niques throughout major United States cities. The The impact of infrared technology has been steadily Fundamentals of Dispersion Modeling course focuses increasing since its beginning over 40 years ago. This on the concepts and practical applications of disper- state-of-the-art course is designed to capture this sion modeling. EPA-approved dispersion models in- impact through presentations and application of tech- cluding SCREEN, ISCLT, and COMPLEX1 are used nology. Presentations cover radiation theory, radia- to solve actual air-quality problems. For more informa- tive properties of matter, atmospheric propagation, tion, contact Ms. Patti Lynch, Course Registrar, Trinity optics, and detectors. System design and the interpre- Consultants, Inc., 12801 North Central Expressway, tation of target and background signals are empha- Suite 1200, Dallas, TX 75243, or tele. (214) sized. For more information, or to register, write or call 661-8100. • Engineering Conferences, 300 Chrysler Center, North Campus, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Postdoctoral Research Opportunities Michigan 48109-2092, (313) 764-8490. Advanced Infrared Technology Postdoctoral Research Associateships are avail- The advanced technology needed for state-of-the-art able at the Goddard Institute for Space Studies active/passive infrared and electro-optical systems is for studies related to Global Change, including: presented. Atmospheric propagation, detectors, and focal plane array technology, discrimination charac- Atmospheric chemistry; Biogeochemical teristics of targets and background, signal processing, dynamics; Climate: clouds, precipitation, system designs, and topical applications are dis- hydrology, meteorology, solar influences; cussed. Familiarity with the fundamentals of infrared/ Earth system history; Remote sensing. electro-optics is required. For more information write or call Engineering Conferences, 300 Chrysler Cen- Strong background in applied mathematics or physics ter, North Campus, The University of Michigan, Ann preferred . Interdisciplinary research encouraged. Arbor, Michigan 48109-2092, (313) 764-8490. Associateships awarded through Columbia University/ NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies Atmospheric and Planetary Science Program and Center fro the Study CIMA-92 Twenty-Second International Conference of Global Habitability. Salary commensurate with quali- on Alpine Meteorology fications and experience. Candidates should send a cur- Between 7 and 11 September 1992, Meteo France, in riculum vitae and arrange to have three letters of recom- collaboration with the Societe Meteorologique de mendation sent to Christopher Shashkin, Goddard Insti- France (SMF), will hod the twenty-second alpine tute for Space Studies, NASA, 2880 Broadway, New meteorology conference in Toulouse, France. The York, NY 10025, by 15 March 1992. The program is open influence mountains have on weather and climate will to US and non-US nationals. be evaluated. The following themes will be featured: field experiments in mountain areas; analysis and Columbia University is an equal opportunity/ affirmative action modeling of orographically induced wind and pressure employer. perturbations; intense precipitation in mountain ar- Bulletin American Meteorological Society
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Feb 1, 1992
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