18th International Technical Meeting NIST Seeks Project Proposals for 1991 of NATO-CCMS on Air Pollution Modeling and Precision Measurement Grants Its Applications The Commerce Department's National Institute of Standards The 18th ITM will be held in Vancouver, British Columbia, and Technology (NIST) is seeking project proposals for two Canada, 13-17 May 1990. Sessions are planned on Model research grants for fiscal year 1991 in the field of precision assessment and policy implications, Regional scale model- measurement and fundamental constants. The Precision ing, Global scale dispersion studies including sub-grid scale Measurement Grants are for $30,000 for one year and may parameterization of transport and exchange processes, be renewed by NIST for up to two additional years. Accidental releases including radioactivity and dense gas Prospective candidates must submit summaries of their dispersion, and New developments in dispersion modeling proposed projects and biographical information to NIST by and theory. Inquires regarding conference fees, registration 1 February 1990 to be considered for the current grants, forms, and other correspondence should be addressed to which will run from October 1990 through September D.G. Steyn, Atmospheric Science Programme, Department 1991. For more information, contact Barry N. Taylor, of Geography, The University of British Columbia, Van-
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Published: Dec 1, 1989
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