c\j\m m EMPLOYMENT JOIN T CENTE R FOR SATELLIT E DAT A ASSIMILATION Th e University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR), in cooperation with the Air Force Weather Agency (AFWA), is seeking a visiting scientist to work in areas of advanced techniques in mesoscale numerical weather prediction (NWP) at the Joint Center for Satellite Data Assimilation (JCSDA), which is co-located with the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP ) and the NESDIS Office of Research and Applications (ORA) in Camp Springs, Maryland. Applicants should have a PhD in meteorology or atmospheric science. The position will remain open until filled. U.S. citizen- ship is not required. Full text announcement located at: http://www.vsp.ucar.edu. UCAR is an EOA A Employer. UCA R VISITIN G SCIENTIS T POSITION S A T OFFUT T AFB, OMAHA , NEBRASKA UCAR , in cooperation with the AFWA , is seeking two visiting scientists to work at AFWA . The Meteorological Models Branch scientist will work in areas of advanced techniques in mesoscale numerical weather prediction (NWP) and the Technology Tran- sition Team scientist will work in areas of weather forecast algorithm development and validation. Applicants should have a Ph D in meteorology or atmospheric science. The positions will remain open until filled. Applicants mus t be U.S. citizens. A National Agency Check (NAC) will be conducted. See We b site www.vsp.ucar.edu for detailed position descriptions. These positions are sponsored by the Air Force Weather Agency. UCA R is an EOA A Employer. Fo r classified advertising information, contact America n Meteorological Society, Attn. Advertising, 45 Beacon St., Boston, MA 02108-3693 Call for Weather Related Art and Photos The Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society invites submission of original, weather-related art and photos for potential publication in future issues of the magazine. The Bulletin staff is especially interested in work that is artistic and creative, featuring a unique, interesting perspective; chosen works will be used t o help add more graphic appeal to the Bulletin. Specific use of the images will be determined by the production staff. Please be aware that your submission will not be peer reviewed—we will be looking at submissions more from an aesthetic viewpoint than a scientific one. (Photos intended for scientific publication should be submitted following normal Bulletin guidelines for peer-reviewed submis- sions.) Nonetheless, all submissions will be given equal consideration. W e hope that you will take this ongoing opportunity to inspire your colleagues and shape the look of your Society's publication. Ownership of the works will be retained by the artist/photographer; we do not offer payment for published submissions. Submission requirements: For artwork, please do not submit the original work of art—send only a high-quality color photo of the piece. For art and all other photographs submitted for consideration, send only first-quality, camera-ready prints or slides (no photocopies, please). Submissions will not be returned unless accompanied by a self-addressed envelope with correct postage. Please include with the submission your name, the title of the work (if applicable), and any other relevant information. If a description of the submission would be helpful, please include a succinct caption. Please submit your work to: David Gershman, Manager of Art and Design, AMS, 4 5 Beacon St., Boston, MA 02108-3693. 165 0 1 BAF1S- NOVEMBER 2003
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Nov 1, 2003
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