Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor The Participation of Women in Meteorology and Hydrology in the United States: The U.S. Response to a World Meteorological Organization Questionnaire Infrared Radiance Spectra for Testing Radiative Transfer Models in Cold and Dry Atmospheres: Test Cases from the Antarctic Plateau The Participation of Wome n in 2.Questionnaire responses Meteorolog y an d Hydrology in the Without replicating each question and response, we United States: The U.S. Response to a report here the information provided to WMO, its Worl d Meteorological Organization sources, and some uncertainties. Because of the lim- Questionnaire ited time available for the response, extensive data gathering was not possible, and many of the responses 1 .Introduction are based on information to which we or our colleagues had easy access. If knowledgeable readers have infor- Following the Fourth World Conference on mation that would constitute more accurate or repre- Women (Beijing, China, 1995), the World Meteoro- sentative responses, we encourage you to send it to the logical Organization (WMO) began an examination authors for forwarding to WMO. of the participation of women in its programs and in the scientific disciplines relevant to its activities. At a. Participation in WMO activities its 48th session (Geneva, Switzerland, June 1996), http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-78.10.2241
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Abstract

The Participation of Women in Meteorology and Hydrology in the United States: The U.S. Response to a World Meteorological Organization Questionnaire Infrared Radiance Spectra for Testing Radiative Transfer Models in Cold and Dry Atmospheres: Test Cases from the Antarctic Plateau The Participation of Wome n in 2.Questionnaire responses Meteorolog y an d Hydrology in the Without replicating each question and response, we United States: The U.S. Response to a report here the information provided to WMO, its Worl d Meteorological Organization sources, and some uncertainties. Because of the lim- Questionnaire ited time available for the response, extensive data gathering was not possible, and many of the responses 1 .Introduction are based on information to which we or our colleagues had easy access. If knowledgeable readers have infor- Following the Fourth World Conference on mation that would constitute more accurate or repre- Women (Beijing, China, 1995), the World Meteoro- sentative responses, we encourage you to send it to the logical Organization (WMO) began an examination authors for forwarding to WMO. of the participation of women in its programs and in the scientific disciplines relevant to its activities. At a. Participation in WMO activities its 48th session (Geneva, Switzerland, June 1996),

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Oct 1, 1997

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