PUNNING COMMISSION Chair: Charles L. Hosier, Contributions and Bequests Dept. of Meteorology, 617 to the Society Walker Bldg., The Pennsyl- vania State Univ., Univer- sity Park, PA 16802 Since its establishment in 1919, the American Meteorological Society has benefited from the Donald R. Johnson, Space generosity of individuals and firms who have Science Engineering Center, made contributions and bequests to the Society. Univ. of Wisconsin-Madi- Resources have been made available for schol- son, 1225 West Dayton St., arships, for awards in recognition of outstanding Madison, WI53706 contributions to the atmospheric and related sci- ences, and for general support of the Society's James R. Mahoney, Interna- Charles L. Hosier scientific and educational programs. Some schol- tional Technology Corp., arships and awards have taken the form of memo- 1575 I St., NW, Suite 425, rials of deceased members. Washington, DC 20005 The Society encourages gifts and bequests. Do- nors may designate the purpose for which a con- Soorosh Sorooshian, Dept. of Hydrology and Water Re- tribution is made, subject to the approval of the sources, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85712 Council. There are several ways of giving to the Soci- Robert T. Ryan, WRC-TV, NBC Television, 4001 Nebraska ety. The most frequent and simple way is a direct Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20016 gift of cash or securities. A donor wishing to make a bequest is encouraged to consult an attorney. Paul D. Try, International GEWEX Project Office, 1100 Gifts to the Society are deductible for the purpose Wayne Ave., Suite 1210, Silver Spring, MD 20910 of calculating income and estate taxes to the ex- tent provided in those laws for gifts and bequests to tax-exempt organizations. Inquiries concerning contributions and be- quests should be directed to: Richard E. Hallgren, Executive Director, AMS, 45 Beacon St., Boston, f x MA 02108-3693. y \ corrigendum In the letter to the editor "Comments on Cloud Seeding" by Kessler, published in the July issue of the Bulletin, the author regrets the presence of two errors. In section 3b, the period 1982-96 should have been stated as 1981-96. In section 4, there is a entence "Ironically, 1997 was the driest year at Oklahoma City since 1980." This is not true. In 1997, total precipitation was 33.09 in. It was drier in both 1988 (31.91 in.) and 1994 (29.10 in.), as well as in 1980 (24.35 in.). Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1577
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Aug 1, 1998
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