Join t IAMAS/IAHS Symposium J1 on Global Monitoring and Advanced Observing Techniques in the Atmosphere and Hydrosphere G. Ohring,* T. Aoki,+ D. Halpern,# A. Henderson-Sellers,** T. Charlock,++ J. Joseph,## K. Labitzke,*** E. Raschke,+++ and W. Smith### Abstrac t observin g systems. T o promote exchange of informa- tion and discussion of these problems, the Interna- Seventy papers were presented at the two-and-a-half-day Sym- tional Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric posium on Global Monitoring and Advanced Observing Techniques Science s (IAMAS)1 and the International Association in the Atmosphere and Hydrosphere. The symposium was jointly of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS) organized a joint organized by the International Association of Meteorology and Atmo- symposiu m focusing on global monitoring of th e atmo- spheric Sciences (IAMAS) and the International Association of Hy- spheric, terrestrial, oceanic, and cryospheric compo- drological Sciences (IAHS) and took place in Yokohama, Japan, 13 - 15 July 1993, as part of the IAMAS/IAHS Joint Assembly. Global nents of the earth's climate system. The symposium observing systems are receiving increased attention in connection too k place at the IAMAS/IAHS Joint Assembly, with such problems as monitoring global climate change. The sympo- Yokohama , Japan, 12-2 3 July 1993. The organizing
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