Closing remarks for the International Symposium on Torrential Rain and Flood

Closing remarks for the International Symposium on Torrential Rain and Flood speech The following are the closing remarks to the Interna- highest level. However, we sincerely appreciate your tional Symposium on Torrential Rain and Flood of- hospitality and warmth of expression, and wish to fered by Donald R. Johnson, president of the AMS. thank you for hosting this symposium. I have mentioned to several of you that the foresight Vice-Minister of Water Resources Dr. Zhou, Deputy of Administrator of the State Meteorological Associa- Minister of Anhui Province Dr. Wang, WMO represen- tion and President of the World Meteorological Orga- tative Dr. Sehmi, General Secretary of the Symposium nization Zou Jingmeng, Professor Ma, and their col- Professor Ma, fellow participants, and guests. On leagues in the gathering of hydrologists and meteo- behalf of the foreign participants, it is my privilege to rologists to address the problem of torrential rain and express our sincerest appreciation to the State Meteo- flood was a most timely and wise action. Hopefully, rological Association, the Anhui Provincial Govern- this is only the beginning of a dialogue that will ment of China, and our colleagues in China for hosting eventually lead to a forum if not a discipline that will this International Symposium on Torrential Rain and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

Closing remarks for the International Symposium on Torrential Rain and Flood

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-74.1.108
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speech The following are the closing remarks to the Interna- highest level. However, we sincerely appreciate your tional Symposium on Torrential Rain and Flood of- hospitality and warmth of expression, and wish to fered by Donald R. Johnson, president of the AMS. thank you for hosting this symposium. I have mentioned to several of you that the foresight Vice-Minister of Water Resources Dr. Zhou, Deputy of Administrator of the State Meteorological Associa- Minister of Anhui Province Dr. Wang, WMO represen- tion and President of the World Meteorological Orga- tative Dr. Sehmi, General Secretary of the Symposium nization Zou Jingmeng, Professor Ma, and their col- Professor Ma, fellow participants, and guests. On leagues in the gathering of hydrologists and meteo- behalf of the foreign participants, it is my privilege to rologists to address the problem of torrential rain and express our sincerest appreciation to the State Meteo- flood was a most timely and wise action. Hopefully, rological Association, the Anhui Provincial Govern- this is only the beginning of a dialogue that will ment of China, and our colleagues in China for hosting eventually lead to a forum if not a discipline that will this International Symposium on Torrential Rain and

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Published: Jan 1, 1993

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