c2 Alden Electronics 112 6 Weatherwise S2 c3 Campbell Scientific Corporation 113 8 International Glossary of Hydrology c4 Belfort Instrument 1147 Mesoscale Modeling of the Atmosphere, MM No. 47 1172 Setra Systems 1148 Journal of Hydrometeorology Call for Papers .£ 2 1180 Vaisala, Inc. 1164 International Meteorological Vocabulary 1194 R.M. Young Company 1192 The Life Cycles of Extratropical Cyclones 1217 Remtech 1277 AMS Journals Online Is 1241 Yankee Environmental Systems, Inc. 1280 1999 AMS Conferences Hotel and Travel Information 1282 Glossary of Weather and Climate AMS Publications, Preprints, etc. 1297 Student Travel Grants 1041 Hands-On Meteorology 1299 Short Course on Tropical-Extratropical Interaction and 1075 Meteorology of the Southern Hemisphere, Prediction 4 5 MM No. 49 1319 Interactive History of Earth Sciences 1076 AMS Journal /Bulletin Archive CD-ROM 1331 Table of Contents: Journal of Physical Oceanography 1106 Mid-latitude Weather Systems 1332 Table of Contents: Monthly Weather Review 1116 Stochastic Lagrangian Models of Turbulent 1333 Table of Contents: Monthly Weather Review Diffusion, MM. No. 48 1334 Table of Contents: Journal of Climate 112 5 Earth Interactions 1335 Employment Announcements EMPLOYMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS The American Meteorological Society publishes a monthly newsletter announcing employment opportunities for positions in the atmospheric and oceanic fields. Members and nonmembers may subscribe to the announcements at an annual (12 monthly issues) subscription rate of $15 for AMS members, $7.50 for AMS student members, and $30 for nonmembers. (Both members and nonmembers, kindly add $10 for airmailing to a foreign address.) After July 1, half- year subscriptions (for July through December issues) are available at one half of the above annual prices. Advertising rates and guidelines for organizations with openings to be filled by qualified individuals seeking positions in the atmospheric and related fields are as follows: $160/half-page (up to 250 words), $230/full-page (over 250 words), per ad, per position, per issue (price includes both print and online edi- tions). A copy of a valid purchase order or prepayment is required. Submissio n of ad s via e-mail (email@example.com ) or ASCI I text , WordPerfec t 6.1, or M S Wor d 6.0 fil e is preferred . There is a typesettin g charg e of $5 0 fo r ad s submitte d in pape r form . Advertising closing date is the 25th of the month prior to the date of issue; subscriptions are mailed on the 1 st of each month. Tear sheets will be sent to all advertisers. Send address changes and inquiries to AMS Employment Announcements, 45 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108-3693; phone: 617-227-2426, ext. 215; fax: 617-742-8718 (e-mail address listed above). 12 75 Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jun 1, 1999
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