more traditional topics of cloud microphysics and dynamics. The Eleventh International Conference on Clouds and Precipi- Another indication of the evolution of the subject is tation, held in Montreal, Canada, 17-21 August 1992, brought provided by the statistics shown in Fig. 1, which together over 500 scientists engaged in research on a wide variety compares the distribution of papers presented at the of topics related to clouds and precipitation. Papers were presented 1968, 1988, and 1992 ICCP by methodology (field, on cloud microphysics and dynamics, extratropical cyclones, se- vere storms, clouds and radiation, cloud chemistry, in situ and remote sensing, and the role of clouds and precipitation in weather forecasting, atmospheric gen- eral circulation, and climate. Some of the highlights of the conference are summarized in this review of the meeting. 1. Background The Eleventh International Conference on Clouds and Precipitation (ICCP) (previ- ously called the Cloud Physics Conference) was held at McGill University, Montreal, Canada, 17-21 August 1992. Despite the fact that the International Commission on Clouds and Precipitation, which organizes these conferences, has, over the past sev- eral decades, spawned many other interna- tional conferences, workshops, and sym- posia (e.g., on atmospheric aerosol, atmo- spheric electricity, weather
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Published: May 1, 1993
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