Held 3-7 September 1990 in London, England, the Fifth Conference on Satellite Meteorology and Oceanography was sponsored by the American Meteorological Society and the Royal Meteorological Society and cosponsored by WMO to promote interaction between international organizations con- AMS ducting research on satellite observations of the atmosphere and ocean and the application of these observations to improve understanding of the earth system. PREPRINTS FIFTH CONFERENCE ON SATELLITE METEOROLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY ••••••••••••• • Topic s range from measurements and applications at the mesoscale and time interval of minutes , to global and climate scale. There are also contributions on present and planned environmenta l satellite systems to measure processes that comprise the earth system. More tha n fifty percent of the contributions address clouds, precipitation and atmospheric water vapo r from the surface to the stratosphere. 49 4 PAGES, SOFTCOVER, $4 0 LIST/$3 0 AM S MEMBERS. PLEASE SEND PREPAID ORDER PLUS $ 3 FOR SHIPPING AND HANDLING TO PUBLICATIONS DEPARTMENT, AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY, 4 5 BEACON STREET, BOSTON, 02108 . EMPLOYMENT c2 Alden Electronics ANNOUNCEMENTS c 3 Atmospheric Instrumentation Research c4 Belfort Instruments 1022 Simerl Instruments The American Meteorological Society 102 3 Marta Systems publishes a monthly newsletter 1018 World Weather Disc 1019 CRC Press announcing employment opportunities 102 1 Yankee Environmental Instruments for positions in the atmospheric 1026 Zephyr Weather Service and oceanic fields. 1027 National Weather Service 1028 Illinois State Water Survey 1029 Illinois State Water Survey Members and nonmembers may subscribe to the announce- 103 1 AMS Scarves ments at an annual (12 monthly issues) subscription rate of 1035 Bionetics AM S Publications, Preprints, etc. $12 for AMS members and $25 for nonmembers (add $10 96 1 1990 Conference on Cloud Physics for airmailing to a foreign address). After July 1, half-year 966 Meteorological Aspects of D-Day subscriptions (for July through December issues) are avail- 982 The Living Planet Earth 1000 Tropical Cyclone Programme able at one half of the above annual prices 1004 Hydrological Models 1007 1990 AM S Journals Combined Index 1008 Extratropical Cyclones Organizations with openings to be filled by 1011 Natural Disaster Reduction qualified individuals seeking positions in the 1038 Thor's Legions atmospheric and related fields should 1046 The Atmosphere: A Challenge contact: Lisa Greene, American 1058 AMS Newsletter Meteorological Society, 45 Beacon Street, 1135 The 1938 Hurricane Boston, MA 02108 617-227-2425 for Sill 1136 Satellite Meteorology and Oceanography announcement guidelines and charges. 1136 Employment Announcements ASCII diskettes are invited. 1136 Vol. 72, No. 7, July 1991
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