cim m POSITIONS WANTED Dr . Hivzi Dautaj 300 Cold Spring Rd., Apt. C206 Rocky Hill, C T 06067 860-529-0909 AMS Member looking for a field-related job or teaching position. Twenty five years of experience in the field of atmospheric physics (environment and weather forecasting). Finished University of Beijing (China) and graduated in Albania. Awarded (American equivalent) Bachelors, Masters, and Ph.D. degrees. Finished several field-related qualification courses in Italy and Germany. Foreign language skills: Albanian, English, Chinese, Russian, German. Resume and references are available upon request. For classified advertising information, contact American Meteorological Society, Attn. Advertising, 45 Beacon St., Boston, MA 02108-3693 > - IMETI®^©L®© Y © F TH E h - U J ^©yTHII^ M HEMISPHE M U m TO —J A comprehensive monograph of the meteorology of the Southern I — Hemisphere was originally published by the American Meteorological Society in 1972. That monograph was, of necessity, preliminary in nature o because the available time series of observational data was short. In the quarter century that has passed since the first monograph, much has - j happened to warrant an updated edition: new observational techniques based on satellites, anchored and drifting buoys, and more ground-based stations have expanded the observational network to cover the whole at hemisphere. The time is right, therefore, for a fresh look at the circulation features of the Southern Hemisphere, both for the atmosphere and oceans. Edited by David J. Karoly and Dayton G. Vincent & A JP - o CrZ W SsO/ Aa DC ^T^ 8 3n d ^dents,by mcri <* n Meteorological Society0* 1212 I BAHS- AUGUST 2004
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Aug 1, 2004
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