Third Annual International Conference on Global International Symposium on Environmental Warming —A Call for International Coordination Sensing SUPCON International and the World Resource Re- The European Optical Society and SPIE-Th e Interna- view will convene the Third Annual International Con- tional Society for Optical Engineering, will sponsor an ference called Global Warming—A Call for Interna- International Symposium on Environmental Sensing, tional Coordination, to be held 6- 9 April 1992, in on 22-2 6 June 1992 at Congres s Hall Alexanderplatz, Chicago. The conference will provide a forum on Berlin, Federal Republic of Germany. A call for papers scientific and policy issues facing governments with is in effect. Papers are invited under the following regard to greenhouse effect and similar transnational subject categories: 1) environmental sensing, 2) lidar environmental problems, including water shortage, for remote sensing, 3) optical methods in atmospheric floods, and acid rain. The vital interaction between chemistry , 4) monitoring toxic chemicals and science and policy is emphasized. A call for papers is biomarker, and 5) industrial, municipal, and medical in effect. Policy and scientific papers are invited to waste incineration diagnostics and control. For more illuminate the international dimensions of policy is- information, contact SPIE, P.O. Box 10, Bellingham, sues, how policy makers can utilize scientific informa- WA 98227-0010, or telephone Tim Johnson at (206) tion and models, and the status of hard scientific facts. 676-3290. Abstracts (400 words) must be received by 30 Novem- ber 1991. For more information, write to Global Warm- WM O Technical Conference on Tropica l Aeronau- ing International Conference, P.O. Box 5275, tical Meteorology Woodridge, IL 60517-0275. For technical questions The World Meteorological Organization Technical Con- about subject categories, write to Professor Roger H. ference on Tropical Aeronautical Meteorology is to be Charlier, 2 Avenue du Congo (Box 23), Brussels, held on 5- 9 October 1992 in the Centre International Belgium B-1050. de Conferences de Geneve, Geneva, Switzerland. The main purpose of the conference is to exchange Annual Northeastern Storm Conference information and discuss problems involved with aero- The Seventeenth Annual Northeastern Storm Confer- nautical meteorology in th e tropics. A call for papers is ence, organized and sponsored by the Lyndon State in effect. The scope of conference has been broad- College chapter of the American Meteorological Soci- ened to include tropical and subtropical parts of the ety, will be held 13-1 5 March 1992 at the Econo Lodge world, including arid and semi-arid regions. Abstracts in Albany, New York. The conference is intended to should be received in the World Meteorological Office unite student meteorologists with meteorologists. secretariat no later than 15 February 1992. Partici- Papers are being accepted by students and meteo- pants must indicate their intention to attend by 15 rologists. Abstracts should be submitted no later than February 1992. For more information, write to WMO, 19 January 1992. For more information, write to Tim World Weather Watch Department, TECTAM-92, Case Drawbridge, Lyndon State College—American Me- Postale No. 2300, CH-1211 Geneva 2, Switzerland. teorological Society, Box L-962, Lyndonville, VT, 05851, or call (802) 626-9371. Remote Sensing of the Oceans Staff members of the Science and Technology Insti- Royal Meteorological Society Calendar tute will sponsor a two-day course, called "Remote The Royal Meteorological Society has produced its Sensing of the Oceans," on 11 -1 2 December 1991 at 1992 meteorological calendar. Photographs of vari- the Williamsburg Hospitality House in Williamsburg, ous locations worldwide are presented. To purchase Virginia. The course will provide an opportunity for a calendar, write to Executive Secretary, Royal Me- participants to obtain insights into the state of knowl- teorological Society, 104 Oxford Road, Reading, Berks edge of research in both the United States and the RG17LJ. The calendar is $10.00, or five for $33.00; U.S.S.R. in the principles of remote sensing of the postage is free and surface mail is used. oceans. For more information about registration, con- tact Diana McQuestion, 101 Research Drive, Hamp- ton, Virginia 23666, or telephone (804) 865-0332. 1566 Vol. 72, No. 10, October 1991
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Published: Oct 1, 1991
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