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CALL rOj{ PAPERS rican e Katrina to extreme meteoro- year's successful "Technology Tools Conferenc e on Ocean-Atmosphere logical events tha t changed th e course an d Tips" session and invite anyone Energ y Transport, 5- 7 November of history, the societal impacts from wh o is using a usefu l new technol- 2009 , Pasadena, California shor t an d long-term weather and cli- ogy or an old technology in new and mat e events are enormous . No w more interestin g ways to participat e in this tha n ever, the deman d for accurate 'lightnin g round " session, consist- Thi s three-da y conference, sponsored by Californi a Institut e of Technology, climate an d weather informatio n and in g of back-to-back 5-minute talks. resources fro m almos t every aspect of Student s are particularl y encouraged will bring together oceanographers an d atmospheric scientists, with society are critical t o ou r understand- to submit proposals. in g of the historical context of such expertis e in observations, theory, Th e deadline for abstract s is 1 Oc- an d modeling, to assess the current events . Libraries and archives are tober 2009. Please submit proposals treasur e troves of historical weather state of ou r understandin g of ocean - to Gene R. Major, ASLI Chair-elect, atmospher e energy transpor t and dat a an d information, an d librarians NASA Goddard Space Flight Center are particularly skilled in synthesiz- outlin e directions for futur e research. Library , Code 272, Greenbelt, MD Abou t one-half of th e conference will in g informatio n fro m seemingly 2077 1 (tel: 301-286-4394; e-mail: disparat e disciplines as meteorology be devoted to invited overview talks, Eugene.R.Major@nasa.gov) . For ad- wit h the rest allocated to contributed an d policy, history, and economics. ditiona l informatio n please reference Th e purpos e of this meeting, to be talk s and posters. th e conference Web site at www. hel d on 20-21 January 2010 in At- aslionline.org/. (7/09) Th e deadline for abstracts is 4 lanta , Georgia, is t o focus o n ho w the September 2009. Registration will librar y communit y is respondin g to ope n in August 2009 and the dead- ANNOUNCEMEN T th e challenges and opportunities of line is 2 October 2009. For additional integratin g information fro m social 14th Conference on Mountain Me- information , please visit the confer- sciences such as history, anthropol- ence Website at www.eas.caltech.edu/ teorology , 28 August- 3 September ogy, socioeconomics, government, 2010 , Lake Tahoe Vicinity, Cali- oaet2009/. (7/09) an d policy wit h weather and climate forni a change. We invite proposal s for paper s de- Th e 14th Conference on Mountain Meteorology, sponsored by th e Amer- 13t h Conference of Atmospheric scribing ho w libraries are responding Scienc e Librarians International to the challenges of weathe r impacts ica n Meteorological Society, and organize d by th e AM S Committe e on (ASLI): Integrating Weather, Cli- o n society, covering topics such as mate and Social Studies: Challenges specialized historical collections and Mountai n Meteorology, will be held 28 August- 3 September 2010 at the an d Opportunitie s for Librar- archives , risk/emergency manage- ians, 20-21 January 2010, Atlanta, ment , climate and weather datasets, Resort at Squaw Creek nea r Lake Ta- hoe, California. Conference themes, Georgia socioeconomi c resources, interac- tion s with academic social studies call for papers , an d other information will be posted on the AMS Web site programs , tools for th e distributio n of Weathe r events and climate change knowledge , and ideas on how best to (www.ametsoc.org/meet/ ) later. For hav e impacted societies since the additiona l information please con- daw n of civilization. From long-term meet user demand s for mor e integrat- ed informatio n products . Submissions tact the progra m chairpersons, Dave drought s causing massive disruptions shoul d include full contac t informa- Whitema n (e-mail: dave.whiteman@ of populations of Southwest Native tion, a title, an d a brie f abstract of less utah.edu) or John Horel (e-mail: john . American s in the 1200s to singular tha n 250 words. We will repeat last horel@utah.edu). (7/09) weathe r catastrophes such as Hur- TELL YOUR COLLEAGUES! Ou r new simplified application for m makes joining th e AM S easier than ever! Applications are now being accepted online at www.ametsoc.org. JULY 2009 BAF15- I 1035 AMERICA N METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY

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