Call for Papers The acceptance of papers will be based on a 400-600 word reviewer's abstract. Authors or groups desiring to Sixth International Meeting on Statistical Climatology, present more than one paper are urged to assign a priority 19-23 June 1995, Galway, Ireland to the abstracts submitted in case the volume of papers The Sixth International Meeting on Statistical Climatology forces the program committee to limit the number of (6IMSC) will be held 19-23 June 1995 in Galway, Ireland. The presentations. IMSC series of meetings is organized under the aegis of the Titles and reviewer's abstracts should be received by Steering Committee for International Meetings on Statistical the Program Chairperson, Professor lognaid Climatology, currently chaired by Dr. Francis W. Zwiers of the O'Muircheartaigh, Department of Mathematics, University Atmospheric Environment Service (Canada). It is anticipated College, Galway, Ireland (tel: 353-91-75-0389; fax: 353-91- that 6IMSC will be co-sponsored by several organizations, 25-700; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than 16 including the American Meteorological Society. The Program December 1994. Authors will be notified in February 1995 and Local Arrangements Committees for the meeting will regarding acceptance of their papers. It is hoped that a both be chaired by Professor lognaid O'Muircheartaigh of modest amount of support will be available for participants University College, Galway, Ireland. from developing countries who require assistance with travel and local expenses. Requests for support should be The principal themes of the meeting will be climate included with the abstracts. variability on all time scales, and climate prediction on time scales of one week to one year. It is intended to hold special Instructions for the preparation of camera-ready manu- sessions at the meeting on ENSO forecasting, climate scripts will be furnished to authors of accepted papers. change detection, ensemble forecasting, extreme value Complete manuscripts of not more than four pages (letter analysis, and spatial statistics. A4 size), including diagrams and photographs, must be received by the Program Chairperson no later than 3 April Papers are solicited on all aspects of statistical climatol- 1995. Attendees will receive a preprint volume at the time ogy and on all aspects of statistical methodology which of registration. pertain to climatology. Special emphasis will be placed on papers which address topics related to either the principal For further information, contact Professor themes or the special sessions of the meeting as outlined O'Muricheartaigh at the above address. (1/94) above. In the April issue of the Bulletin, the introduction to the "Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on International Data Exchange" by Robert M. White, chairman of the AM S Ad Hoc Committee (Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 75, 549-551) , should have appeared as an Editor's Note. The introductory information wa s intended to both provide the reader with an historical summar y of event s prompting the conception of the report and announce AMS's implementation of the report. The information should not be construed as being a part of the document written by Dr. White. The Bulletin apologize s for any confusion that may have occurred as a result of this editorial error. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: May 1, 1994
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