20 and 21 October 1988—Boston, Massachusetts The Council convened at 10:00 a.m. on October 20, 1988. 9. Scientific and Technological Acitivities Commission Commissioner Rasmussen reviewed a written report dis- tributed prior to the meeting, and discussion ensued. Present: President Braham; President-Elect Simpson; Past Pres- The Commissioner believes there is a great need for a idents Kaehn and Smagorinsky; Councilors Anthes, Cahir, Bon- meetings booklet (i.e., manual). ner, Friday, Rutherford, Smith, Elsberry, McKee, Stephens, and Th e Council voted to establish within STAC a Committee Try; Commissioners Ryan, Orville, Rasmussen, Houghton, and on Artificial Intelligence Applications to Environmental Murino; Executive Director Hallgren; Acting Secretary-Treasurer Sciences. Spengler; Recorder Baum 10. Brooks Award During a temporary absence of Secretary-Treasurer Spen- 1. Minutes of Prior Meetings gler, the Council voted to present him the 1989 Charles The Council approved the minutes of the meetings of Jan- Franklin Brooks Award, noting that this was richly de- uary 30 and 31 in Anaheim. served for services since he received the same award in 2. Minutes of Executive Committee As a procedural improvement, Executive Committee meet- 11. Publications Commission ing minutes are being distributed to the Council. The min- Commissioner Orville reviewed a written report distributed
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