new television seal of approval holders

new television seal of approval holders Bulletin American Meteorological Society Michael L. Pass, Shreveport, Louisiana 570 Peter G.J. Parsons, Portland, Oregon 573 Mark D. Maggipinto, Fort Meyers, Florida 571 Michael Maguire, Evansville, Indiana 574 Joseph R. Calbreath, Eugene, Oregon 572 Mark David Wilkinson, Colorado Springs, Colorado 575 new certified consulting meteorologists David J. Wackter, Manchester, Connecticut 459 Willia m Groot, Concord, Massachusetts 461 Patrick T. Gannon, Lyndonville, Vermont 460 Corrigendu m Bradley J. Edwards was listed incorrectly as Bradley J. Meyers as a new television seal of approval holder in the November 1989 Bulletin. MONSOONS Edited by Jay S. Fein and Pamela L. Stephens This comprehensive volume covers the tools being used to predict the variability of monsoons. monsoon from many perspectives, includ- Illustrated with ocean circulation charts, ing: the influence of the monsoon on tra- data tables on long-term statistice of mon- ditional culture; an economic analysis of the soon precipitation and its variability, and value of weather and climate data in devel- tensive bibliographies, Monsoons is the oping countries; the evolution of the concept first work to take a broad, multidiscipli- of the monsoon as a weather and climate nary look at this dramatic product of nature. systems from the early mariners to today's An ideal sourcebook for meteorologists scientists; a most thorough treatment of and climatologists, oceanographers, en- monsoon variability on paleoclimate time vironmental scientists, folklorists, and scales; an in-depth look at topographical in- policymakers in monsoon regions—for any- fluences on monsoons; ocean-monsoon in- global one interested in a phenomenon that so greatly affects teractions, and interactions of monsoons with other weather and climate events; the latest information on the so much of mankind. To order please send $81.95 plus $3.00 postage and handling to: AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY 45 BEACON STREET BOSTON, MA 02108 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Bulletin American Meteorological Society Michael L. Pass, Shreveport, Louisiana 570 Peter G.J. Parsons, Portland, Oregon 573 Mark D. Maggipinto, Fort Meyers, Florida 571 Michael Maguire, Evansville, Indiana 574 Joseph R. Calbreath, Eugene, Oregon 572 Mark David Wilkinson, Colorado Springs, Colorado 575 new certified consulting meteorologists David J. Wackter, Manchester, Connecticut 459 Willia m Groot, Concord, Massachusetts 461 Patrick T. Gannon, Lyndonville, Vermont 460 Corrigendu m Bradley J. Edwards was listed incorrectly as Bradley J. Meyers as a new television seal of approval holder in the November 1989 Bulletin. MONSOONS Edited by Jay S. Fein and Pamela L. Stephens This comprehensive volume covers the tools being used to predict the variability of monsoons. monsoon from many perspectives, includ- Illustrated with ocean circulation charts, ing: the influence of the monsoon on tra- data tables on long-term statistice of mon- ditional culture; an economic analysis of the soon precipitation and its variability, and value of weather and climate data in devel- tensive bibliographies, Monsoons is the oping countries; the evolution of the concept first work to take a broad, multidiscipli- of the monsoon as a weather and climate nary look at this dramatic product of nature. systems from the early mariners to today's An ideal sourcebook for meteorologists scientists; a most thorough treatment of and climatologists, oceanographers, en- monsoon variability on paleoclimate time vironmental scientists, folklorists, and scales; an in-depth look at topographical in- policymakers in monsoon regions—for any- fluences on monsoons; ocean-monsoon in- global one interested in a phenomenon that so greatly affects teractions, and interactions of monsoons with other weather and climate events; the latest information on the so much of mankind. To order please send $81.95 plus $3.00 postage and handling to: AMERICAN METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY 45 BEACON STREET BOSTON, MA 02108

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