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chapter news Riverside-San Bernardino vice-president; Brian Montgomery, secretary; and fac- ulty advisors. The chapter is active in establishing On Wednesday, 23 September, members of the trips to the National Weather Service in Syracuse, Riverside-San Bernardino chapter met for dinner at New York; holding picnics for incoming freshmen and Guadalaharry's restaurant in San Bernardino. After transfers majoring in meteorology; participating in a the meeting, the members formed car pools for travel forecasting game each week (forecasts are projected to the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena for two different U.S. cities each week); plus other for a joint meeting with the Los Angeles chapter. Yu events. Shen Zhang gave a presentation on California earth- quakes, with particular emphasis on the twin quakes Pittsburgh of 28 Jun e 1992. After the presentation, the members The Pittsburgh chapter conducted its 1992/93 elec- of both chapters were given a tour of the seismo- tions in March 1992. The 1992/93 elected officers are graphic center at Cal Tech and saw the computer Jon Nese, president; Paul Oles, vice-president; and system that is linked to seismographs throughout the Mark Sullenberger, secretary-treasurer. state. This computer system is able to quickly provide information on the location and magnitude of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Riverside-San Bernardino vice-president; Brian Montgomery, secretary; and fac- ulty advisors. The chapter is active in establishing On Wednesday, 23 September, members of the trips to the National Weather Service in Syracuse, Riverside-San Bernardino chapter met for dinner at New York; holding picnics for incoming freshmen and Guadalaharry's restaurant in San Bernardino. After transfers majoring in meteorology; participating in a the meeting, the members formed car pools for travel forecasting game each week (forecasts are projected to the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena for two different U.S. cities each week); plus other for a joint meeting with the Los Angeles chapter. Yu events. Shen Zhang gave a presentation on California earth- quakes, with particular emphasis on the twin quakes Pittsburgh of 28 Jun e 1992. After the presentation, the members The Pittsburgh chapter conducted its 1992/93 elec- of both chapters were given a tour of the seismo- tions in March 1992. The 1992/93 elected officers are graphic center at Cal Tech and saw the computer Jon Nese, president; Paul Oles, vice-president; and system that is linked to seismographs throughout the Mark Sullenberger, secretary-treasurer. state. This computer system is able to quickly provide information on the location and magnitude of

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