CALL f OK PAFr !<j CAL L FOR PAPERS tic Shelf Exchange Study (CASES) and operational studies of snow, ice, 39T H ANNUAL CMO S CONGRESS, 3 1 MAY—3 JUNE 2005 , and related research; physical impacts and winter hydrology. We anticipate VANCOUVER , BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA o n ocean ecosystems; ocean-atmo- sessions discussing "The International Member s of the Canadian Meteoro- spher e interactions and their influ- Polar Year," "Climate Change," and logical and Oceanographic Society ence on ocean biogeochemistry; ad- "Hydrological and Hydro-Chemical an d other interested persons are in- vances in private sector meteorology Impact s of Snow and Ice." Student vited to submit abstracts for oral and and oceanography; offshore environ- pape r awards are available. You are poster presentation at the CMOS "Sea menta l factors for oil and gas devel- invited to submit an abstract for an t o Sky" Congress to be held near opment ; the role of terrestrial and oral or a poster presentation. An ab- beautiful Vancouver, British Colum- oceanic biogeochemical cycles in the strac t of 150-200 words should be bia, Canada. The Annua l CMOS Con- climate system; Lawrence Mysak Ses- submitted by 25 February 2005 to
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