areas of air pollution meteorology. It is expected that sessions The conference will address, research, development, will be held covering: 1) the dispersion environment; 2) and operational issues bearing on the prediction of coastal meteorology in emissions determinations; 3) long-range oceanic and atmospheric circulation and weather. Here, and mesoscale pollutant transport and fate; 4) meteorology "coastal" pertains to the domain ± ca. 300 km from the and photochemistry; 5) advanced dispersion models and coastline, and "prediction" encompasses simulation as well modeling systems; 6) topics in model evaluation; 7) com- as hindcasting, nowcasting, and forecasting. Observing, plex flows affecting dispersion near structures and urban modeling, and data assimilation systems will be addressed. environments; 8) coastal and complex terrain issues; and In particular, the utilization of satellite and other remote 9) meteorology and air toxics issues. Special emphasis will sensing systems is of interest. A few papers on societal be given to new developments in the above areas. applications may be included. The conference will be cosponsored by the American Meteorological Society Com- Abstracts will be required by 1 June 1995. Details mittees on Meteorology and Oceanography of the Coastal concerning format and page charges will be provided to Zone and Interaction of the Sea and Atmosphere. authors of accepted presentations. Following acceptance, manuscripts must be submitted to AMS Headquarters by Titles and one-page abstracts should be sent to the 1 September 1995. For further information, contact conference cochairpersons, at the address below by 1 June Ronald L. Petersen, CPP, Inc., 1415 Blue Spruce Drive, Ft. 1995. Please provide complete mailing and e-mail ad- Collins, CO 80524 (tel: 303-221-3371; fax: 303-221-3124). dresses, plus telephone and fax numbers. Oral, poster, and (9/94) video presentations are planned. AMS will provide instruc- tions to authors of accepted abstracts. Complete, camera- Call for Papers ready manuscripts (page length to be determined at a later date) including photos and diagrams, must be submitted no later than 1 September 1995 to AMS Headquarters. Page Conference on Coastal Oceanic and Atmospheric Pre- diction, 28 January-2 February, 1996, Atlanta, Georgia charges and any additional charges for photo processing will be assessed to defray printing costs. Registrants will The Conference on Coastal Oceanic and Atmospheric receive a preprint volume at the conference. Prediction will be held 28 January-2 February 1996 as a part of the AMS 76th Annual Meeting at the Atlanta, Marriott For further information, contact C. H. Wash or Chris Marquis, Atlanta, Georgia. The purpose of this meeting is Mooers, conference cochairpersons at the below addresses: to strengthen the scientific and technical communications Dr. C. H. Wash, Department of Meteorology, Naval Post- between physical oceanographers and meteorologists in- graduate School, Monterey, CA 93943; Dr. Chris Mooers, volved in this topic, from research and operational perspec- Ocean Pollution Research Center, Rosenstiel School of tives, at a time when both NOAA (NWS, NOS, and OAR) and Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami, the Navy are taking pioneering R&D and operational steps in 4600 Rickenbacker Causeway, Miami, FL 33149-1098 (tel: the direction of coastal oceanic and atmospheric prediction. 305-361-4825; Fax: 305-361-4701). (11/94) • c2 Alden Electronics 2146 Weather Satellites c3 MGA on CD-ROM 2158 17th Conference on Severe Local Storms c4 Belfort Instrument Company 2163 AMS Job Board 2187 Space Systems/Loral 2164 AMS Preprints on CD-ROM 2189 MeteoQuest, Inc. 2170 Weatherwise 2193 Setra Systems, Inc. 2185 Tenth Conference on Numerical Weather Prediction 2195 National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 2203 AMS Membership 2197 Marta Systems, Inc. 2205 Employment Announcements 2199 Rotronics Instrument Corporation 2208 Second International Conference on Air-Sea Interaction 2201 Buck Research 2213 A Short Course on Spatial Statistics 2215 A Short Course on Numerical Weather Prediction 2207 Vaisala, Inc. 2226 Atmospheric Processes Over Complex Terrain AMS Publications, Preprints, etc. 2232 Eighth Joint Conf on Applications of Air Pollution Meteorology 2081 1994 Curricula in the Atmospheric Sciences 2084 2245 AMS Silk Ties and Scarves 21st Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology Radar in Meteorology 2095 Mesoscale Modeling of the Atmosphere 2248 AMS Student Membership 2096 Probability and Statistics 2256 2264 AMS Publications 2145 Third Symposium on Education © Copyright 1994, American Meteorological Society (AMS). 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