from headquarters A new feature is now available at the Earth Inter- receive substantive feedback on his paper independent actions Web site (http://EarthInteractions.org). A new of the conference session, which may be very useful section has been added—separate from the peer-re- as the author prepares the work for submission to a viewed articles published in the all-electronic journal peer-reviewed journal. Current plans call for the link —called "Earth Abstractions." The goal of Earth Ab- fro m the Earth Interactions site to the author's ex- stractions is to provide access to online extended ab- tended abstract to be kept in place for one year after stracts of selected papers being presented at various the conference has taken place (unless the author conferences. Earth Abstractions will present listings chooses to remove the link sooner). of papers being given in sessions at upcoming con- Earth Abstractions is being launched at this time with ferences that, in the eyes of the Earth Interactions listings of particular sessions fro m the upcoming Ameri- editorial board, should be of interest to the earth sys- can Geophysical Union Spring Meeting. Sessions tem science community. Where available, the papers planned for future meetings of the AMS will be high- in this listing will link directly to an author's online lighted in Earth Abstractions later in the year. extended abstract located on the author's home server. To view Earth Abstractions, the entire Earth Inter- This provides a means for the community to preview actions Web site is open to all, regardless of the author's paper prior to the meeting in the form of subscription status, through the end of May. After that, a "preprint" as well as refer to it after the meeting has only subscribers to Earth Interactions will have full ac- taken place. It also provides a means for the author to cess to both the journal itself and Earth Abstractions. • Ninth Conference on Applications of Air Pollution Meteorology Frank Pasquill Memorial Session Pollutant Transport and Fate /OINTCONFERENCE COSPONSORED BY ^ ^ THE AIR AND WASTE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION Meteorology and Photochemistry ©1998 America n Meteorologica l Society. Softbound, B&W, 65 0 pp. , $60.0 0 list/ Complex Flows Affecting Dispersion near $35.00 member s (include s shipping an d handling) . Please send prepaid orders to: Buildings and Urban Environments Order Department , American Meteorologica l Society, 4 5 Beacon St. , Boston, MA • -US' .....Si,' . _ _ Effect of Complex Terrain on Air Qualify 02108-3693. Coastal and Other Local Flows The Southern Oxidant Study Topics in Model Evaluation The Dispersion Environment Meteorology in Emission Determinants and Modeling Issues and the1990 CAA Advance Dispersion Models and Modeling Systems Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 6 661
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