CALENDAR OF NESTINGS The Call for Papers and Calendar sections list conferences, symposia, and workshops that are of potential interest t o AMS members. Complet e informatio n abou t event s listed in th e calenda r can b e foun d o n th e meeting s pag e o f th e AM S We b site, www.ametsoc.org . New additions to the calendar are highlighted. To list an event in the calendar, please submit the event name, dates, location, and deadlines for abstracts, manuscripts, and preregistration to email@example.com. For a submission to appear in a given issue, it must be submitted at least eight weeks prior to the month of publication (that is, t o appear in the March Bulletin, the submission must be received by I January). 17th Conference on Atmospheric and Eighth Symposium on Fire and Forest AM S MEETINGS Oceanic Fluid Dynamics, 8-12 June, Meteorology, 13-15 October, Kalispell, Stowe, Vermont Montana Abstract deadline: 2 February 2009 Abstract deadline: 11 May 2009 APRIL Preregistration deadline: 27 April 2009 Preregistration deadline: 31 August 2009 Manuscript deadline: 3 June 2009 Manuscript deadline: 7 October 2009 AMS 2009 Public-Private Partnership Initial call published: September 2009 Initial
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