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index to advertisers Now Available— index to advertisers METEOROLOGICAL ASPECTS c2 Alden Electronics c3 Atmospheric Instrumentation and Research, Inc. OF EMERGENCY RESPONSE c4 Belfort Instrument Company 1046 Airborne Research Associates, Inc. 1045 Climatronics Corporation 1027 CRC Press /Lewis Publishers 1043 Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 1043 Marta Systems 1042 Northern Video Graphics 1042 Strategic Weather Services 1025 Vaisala 1041 Yale University 1040 Zephyr Weather Information Service Edited by Mark L. Kramer and William Porch AM S Publications, Preprints, etc. 1011 AMS Historical Monographs Advanced Studies Institute on Meteorological Aspects 1084 Curricula in the Atmospheric, Oceanic and Related of Emergency Response, sponsored by the American Sciences—1990 Meteorological Society with the cooperation of the 1090 Employment Announcements 993 Extratropical Cyclones American Nuclear Society, was held September 1988 1069 International Cloud Atlas II in Charleston, South Carolina. The course is the result 1084 Lectures on Air Pollution Modeling of a survey sent to about 20 experts in the field of 1090 Meteorological Aspects of Emergency Response meteorological aspects of emergency response. The 1084 Monsoons survey asked what one or two critical questions 1052 Probing the Atmospheric Boundary Layer 1052 Recent WMO Publications needed to be answered to improve the interface of 1024 Radar in Meteorology meteorology and emergency response. Their replies 1053 Snowstorms along the Northeastern Coast of the were addressed by prominent scientists and form the U.S. basis of this important publication. Chapters: 1068 Spacious Skies 1023 The Atmosphere—A Challenge 1042 Thor's Legions 1053 Weather Satellites Role of Meteorology in Emergency Response, by Rudolf J. Engelman and William E Wolff; Meteorological Measurements for Emergency Response, by Todd V. Crawford; Predictive Meteorology in Support of Emergency Response, by Philip E. Merilees and Janusz Pudykiewicz; Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling for Emergency Response, by Roel M. Van Aalst; and The Evaluation of Emergency Response Trace Gas and Dense Gas Dispersion Models, by Marvin H. Dickerson and Donald L. Ermak. employment announcements METEOROLOGICAL ASPECTS OF EMERGENCY The American Meteorological Society issues employment RESPONSE, edited by Mark L. Kramer and William announcements monthly, setting forth opportunities for posi- tions in the atmospheric and oceanographic fields. The em- Porch, 1990,126 pages, illustrated, hardcover ployers describe the prerequisites and requirements for the openings. Member price: $30 Members and nonmembers may subscribe to the an- nouncements. The subscription price for a calendar year Nonmember price: $40 (12 monthly issues) is $12 for AMS members and $25 for nonmembers (add $10 for mailing to a foreign address; Include $3.00 shipping and handling per copy monthly issues will be sent via air mail). After July 1, half- ordered. Prepaid orders only to: year subscriptions (for July through December issues) are available at one half of the above annual prices. The purpose of the Employment Announcements is to pro- AMERICA N METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY vide a means by which those seeking positions in the atmo- 45 Beacon Street spheric and related fields and those requiring personnel to fill Boston , MA 02108 such openings may have a convenient means of communica- tion. Organizations that wish to avail themselves of this (617) 227-2425 service should contact Lisa Greene, American Meteoro- logical Society, 45 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108 (617- 227-2425), for details and charges. • 1090 Vol. 71, No. 7, July 1990 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Now Available— index to advertisers METEOROLOGICAL ASPECTS c2 Alden Electronics c3 Atmospheric Instrumentation and Research, Inc. OF EMERGENCY RESPONSE c4 Belfort Instrument Company 1046 Airborne Research Associates, Inc. 1045 Climatronics Corporation 1027 CRC Press /Lewis Publishers 1043 Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory 1043 Marta Systems 1042 Northern Video Graphics 1042 Strategic Weather Services 1025 Vaisala 1041 Yale University 1040 Zephyr Weather Information Service Edited by Mark L. Kramer and William Porch AM S Publications, Preprints, etc. 1011 AMS Historical Monographs Advanced Studies Institute on Meteorological Aspects 1084 Curricula in the Atmospheric, Oceanic and Related of Emergency Response, sponsored by the American Sciences—1990 Meteorological Society with the cooperation of the 1090 Employment Announcements 993 Extratropical Cyclones American Nuclear Society, was held September 1988 1069 International Cloud Atlas II in Charleston, South Carolina. The course is the result 1084 Lectures on Air Pollution Modeling of a survey sent to about 20 experts in the field of 1090 Meteorological Aspects of Emergency Response meteorological aspects of emergency response. The 1084 Monsoons survey asked what one or two critical questions 1052 Probing the Atmospheric Boundary Layer 1052 Recent WMO Publications needed to be answered to improve the interface of 1024 Radar in Meteorology meteorology and emergency response. Their replies 1053 Snowstorms along the Northeastern Coast of the were addressed by prominent scientists and form the U.S. basis of this important publication. Chapters: 1068 Spacious Skies 1023 The Atmosphere—A Challenge 1042 Thor's Legions 1053 Weather Satellites Role of Meteorology in Emergency Response, by Rudolf J. Engelman and William E Wolff; Meteorological Measurements for Emergency Response, by Todd V. Crawford; Predictive Meteorology in Support of Emergency Response, by Philip E. Merilees and Janusz Pudykiewicz; Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling for Emergency Response, by Roel M. Van Aalst; and The Evaluation of Emergency Response Trace Gas and Dense Gas Dispersion Models, by Marvin H. Dickerson and Donald L. Ermak. employment announcements METEOROLOGICAL ASPECTS OF EMERGENCY The American Meteorological Society issues employment RESPONSE, edited by Mark L. Kramer and William announcements monthly, setting forth opportunities for posi- tions in the atmospheric and oceanographic fields. The em- Porch, 1990,126 pages, illustrated, hardcover ployers describe the prerequisites and requirements for the openings. Member price: $30 Members and nonmembers may subscribe to the an- nouncements. The subscription price for a calendar year Nonmember price: $40 (12 monthly issues) is $12 for AMS members and $25 for nonmembers (add $10 for mailing to a foreign address; Include $3.00 shipping and handling per copy monthly issues will be sent via air mail). After July 1, half- ordered. Prepaid orders only to: year subscriptions (for July through December issues) are available at one half of the above annual prices. The purpose of the Employment Announcements is to pro- AMERICA N METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY vide a means by which those seeking positions in the atmo- 45 Beacon Street spheric and related fields and those requiring personnel to fill Boston , MA 02108 such openings may have a convenient means of communica- tion. Organizations that wish to avail themselves of this (617) 227-2425 service should contact Lisa Greene, American Meteoro- logical Society, 45 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108 (617- 227-2425), for details and charges. • 1090 Vol. 71, No. 7, July 1990

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