ADVERTISEMENT FOR 1991 Australian Weather Calendar Now Available GRADUATE The 1991 issue of the Australian Weather Calendar, which features twelve color photographs and a variety of informa- STUDENT tion on meteorological phenomena, is now available. It is OPENINGS produced jointly by the Australian Bureau of Meteorology and the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS). Copies can be obtained from The Admin- Research/teaching assistantships in En- istrative Assistant, Australian Meteorological and Oceano- graphic Society, PO Box 654E, Melbourne, Vic, 3001, vironmental Engineering are available Australia. Calendars cost 10 Australian dollars each, plus beginning in spring semester and fall packaging and airmail postage at the following rates: US/ semester, 1991 in the Department of Civil Canada $8.45 ($AU18.45); UK/Europe $9.65 ($AU19.65); and Environmental Engineering at Wash- New Zealand $5.15 ($AU15.15). Payment must be made by bankdraft in Australian currency made payable to AMOS. ington State University (stipend range for half-time position: $7965 to $8478 plus 1991 Royal Meteorological Society Calendar non-resident tuition and fee waiver for The Royal Meteorological Society has produced it s Mete- qualified applicants). Integrated air/ orological Calendar for 1991. This contains excellent photo- graphs from various worldwide locations. It is available from water graduate programs are available
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Nov 1, 1990
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