O'Muircheartaigh of University College, Galway, Ireland. the Program Chairperson, Professor lognaid The principal themes of the meeting will be climate variability O'Muircheartaigh, Department of Mathematics, University on all time scales, and climate prediction on time scales of College, Galway, Ireland (tel: 353-91-75-0389; fax: 353- one week to one year. It is intended to hold special sessions 91-25-700; e-mail: 0001607s @ bodkin.ucg.ie) no later than at the meeting on ENSO forecasting, climate change detec- 16 December 1994. Authors will be notified in February tion, ensemble forecasting, extreme value analysis, and 1995 regarding acceptance of their papers. It is hoped that spatial statistics. a modest amount of support will be available for partici- pants from developing countries who require assistance Papers are solicited on all aspects of statistical climatol- with travel and local expenses. Requests for support ogy and on all aspects of statistical methodology which should be included with the abstracts. pertain to climatology. Special emphasis will be placed on papers which address topics related to either the principal Instructions for the preparation of camera-ready manu- themes or the special sessions of the meeting as outlined scripts will be furnished to authors of accepted papers. above. Complete manuscripts of not more than four pages (letter The acceptance of papers will be based on a 400-600 A4 size), including diagrams and photographs, must be word reviewer's abstract. Authors or groups desiring to received by the Program Chairperson no later than 3 April present more than one paper are urged to assign a priority to 1995. Attendees will receive a preprint volume at the time the abstracts submitted in case the volume of papers forces of registration. the program committee to limit the number of presentations. For further information, contact Professor Titles and reviewer's abstracts should be received by O'Muricheartaigh at the above address. (1/94) c2 Alden Electronics 567 The Representation of Cumulus Convection in c3 SeaSpace Numerical Models c4 Belfort Instrument Company 568 Eighth Joint Conference on Applications of Air Pollution 643 CRC Press Meteorology with A & WMA 645 Yankee Environmental Systems 578 Eighth Conference on Atmospheric Radiation 647 Tennessee Valley Authority 583 International Meteorological Vocabulary 653 Marta Systems, Inc. 584 Conference on Atmospheric Electricity 654 Innovative Emergency Management 594 Atmospheric Processes over Complex Terrain 599 Employment Announcements 655 Rotronics Instrument Corporation Gerber Instrument Company 600 The 1938 Hurricane 611 International Glossary of Hydrology 658 Licor, Inc 612 26th International Conference on Radar Meteorology 659 Scientific Technology 620 Snowstorms Along the Northeastern Coast of the 660 University of Arizona United States: 1955-1985 661 AccuWeather Conference on Atmospheric Chemistry 663 Solar Light Company, Inc. 626 667 Surface Systems, Inc. 630 Third Symposium on Education 667 Sensor Instrument Company 635 Weather Satellites 688 Table of Contents: Monthly Weather Review 668 Tennessee Valley Authority 731 Table of Contents: Journal of Applied Meteorology, Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences AMS Publications, Preprints, etc. 732 Table of Contents: Journal of Atmospheric and 545 20th Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology Oceanic Technology, Part 1 548 MGA on CD-ROM 733 Table of Contents: Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, Part 2 552 Tenth International Conference on Interactive Information and Processing Systems 68 6 Vol. 75, No. 4, April 1994
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Published: Apr 1, 1994
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