The Call fo r Papers and Calendar sections list conferences, symposia, and workshops that are of po- tential interest t o AMS members. Complet e information about events listed in th e calendar can b e found on th e meetings page of th e AM S We b site, www.ametsoc.org . New additions t o the calendar are highlighted. To list an event in the calendar, please submit the event name, dates, location, and deadlines for abstracts, manuscripts, and pre registratio n t o firstname.lastname@example.org. For a submission t o appear in a given issue, it must be submitted at least eight weeks prior t o the month of publication (that is, t o appear in the March Bulletin, th e submission must be received by I January). *32nd Radar Meteorology Conference, AUGUST AM S MEETINGS 23-2 9 October, Albuquerque, New AMS Short Course on Climate Vari- Mexico 200 5 ability and Change for Broadcasters, 1 Abstract deadline: 3 June 2005 August, Washington, D.C. Manuscript deadline: 19 August 2005 JUNE Preregistration deadline: 27 June 2005 Preregistration deadline: 16 September 2005 Initial announcement published: Jan. 2005 17th Conference o n Climate Variability Initial call published: October 2004 an d
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Published: Jun 1, 2005
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