from headquarters The excitement is building in anticipation of the day-Tuesday 10-11 January. Fujita, the world's fore- 80th AMS Annual Meeting to be held in beautiful most expert on tornadoes and mesoscale meteorology, Long Beach, California, from 9-1 4 January. The has been called the greatest meteorological detective theme for this meeting is "Applying Environmental in our field. The AMS has planned a special banquet Science to Societal Needs in the New Millennium." to honor Ted'S career on Monday evening at 7:30 P.M. Approximately 1330 papers will be presented. All are invited to attend but note that only a small Nearly 3200 people are expected to attend, including number of tickets will be available for sale on-site, so 300 exhibitors covering 160 booths. In all, 15 confer- you should purchase the ticket (which is not included ences will convene in Long Beach. There will be five as part of the Annual Meeting registration) when you short courses offered as well; all will take place on preregister for the meeting. Sunday 9 January. If you are new to AMS annual The deadline for online conference registration meetings you will want to take advantage of the brief- (which is discounted by
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