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new television seal of approval holders D. Scott Connell, Scranton, Pennsylvania 584 Edward Carroll, Springfield, Massachusetts 589 Jay A. Cardosi, Ames, Iowa 585 Gay Dawson, Marietta, Georgia 590 Sam Seaman, South Bend, Indiana 586 Joan Marie Von Ahn, Riva, Maryland 591 David I. Chandley, Atlanta, Georgia 592 Richard Sean Dooley, Longview, Texas 587 Stephen Bellas, New Orleans, Louisiana 588 new certified consulting meteorologists Carlton R. Parks, Satellite Beach, Florida 470 Robert B. Harvey, Sudbury, Massachusetts 462 Monique G. Venne, Burnsville, Minnesota 471 Alfred M. Klausmann, Natrick, Massachusetts 463 Donald C. Dicristofaro, Burlington, Massachusetts 472 Robert J. Ball, W. Hartford, Connecticut 464 William C. Brick, Lakewood, Colorado 473 Elaine Mu-Pin Hui Koo, Hong Kong 465 Mitchell T. Baer, Fairfax, Virginia 474 Kenneth H. Underwood, Valencia, California 466 Mark D. Powell, Coconut Grove, Florida 475 Tom B. Low, Woodbridge, Ontario 467 Grover H. Prowell, Las Vegas, Nevada 476 Barry Dane Neal, Honolulu, Hawaii 468 George R. Miller, Gresham, Oregon 469 announcements (continued from page 690) International Conference on brochure , write to ICEP Conference Office, ICTR Secretar- Environmental Pollution iat, 11-12 Pall Mall, London SW1Y5LU , United Kingdom. The International Conference on Environmental Pollution wil l be held 15-19 April 1991 at the new F.I.L complex Date Change for the Second World in Lisbon, Portugal. The conference is sponsored by the Climate Conference European Centre for Pollution Research (ECPR), the Direc- The Second World Climate Conference (SWCC) has been torate General for the Quality of the Environment (DGQA), changed to 29 October-7Novembe r 1990. The conference remains at the International Conference Centre of Geneva. the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), and The detailed programme for the SWCC and information on the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural key speakers are expected to be finalized in the near future. Organizatio n (UNESCO). The two major objectives of the For further information, contact the Public Information conference are to provide a continuing forum for the Office , World Meteorological Organization, P.O. Box presentation and discussion of the state of the art in all 2300 , 1211 Geneva 2, Switzerland. scientific and policy-making aspects of environmental pol- lution, and to explore and identify the interface between 1 Notice of registration deadlines for meetings, workshops, and science and policy-making in environmental pollution mat- seminars, deadlines for submission of abstracts or papers to be ters. presented at meetings, and deadlines for grants, proposals, Those who wish to present papers to the conference awards, nominations, and fellowships must be received at least should send 500-word abstracts of their papers before 15 three months before deadline dates.—News Editor • July 1990 for consideration. For further information and a Bulletin American Meteorological Society http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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D. Scott Connell, Scranton, Pennsylvania 584 Edward Carroll, Springfield, Massachusetts 589 Jay A. Cardosi, Ames, Iowa 585 Gay Dawson, Marietta, Georgia 590 Sam Seaman, South Bend, Indiana 586 Joan Marie Von Ahn, Riva, Maryland 591 David I. Chandley, Atlanta, Georgia 592 Richard Sean Dooley, Longview, Texas 587 Stephen Bellas, New Orleans, Louisiana 588 new certified consulting meteorologists Carlton R. Parks, Satellite Beach, Florida 470 Robert B. Harvey, Sudbury, Massachusetts 462 Monique G. Venne, Burnsville, Minnesota 471 Alfred M. Klausmann, Natrick, Massachusetts 463 Donald C. Dicristofaro, Burlington, Massachusetts 472 Robert J. Ball, W. Hartford, Connecticut 464 William C. Brick, Lakewood, Colorado 473 Elaine Mu-Pin Hui Koo, Hong Kong 465 Mitchell T. Baer, Fairfax, Virginia 474 Kenneth H. Underwood, Valencia, California 466 Mark D. Powell, Coconut Grove, Florida 475 Tom B. Low, Woodbridge, Ontario 467 Grover H. Prowell, Las Vegas, Nevada 476 Barry Dane Neal, Honolulu, Hawaii 468 George R. Miller, Gresham, Oregon 469 announcements (continued from page 690) International Conference on brochure , write to ICEP Conference Office, ICTR Secretar- Environmental Pollution iat, 11-12 Pall Mall, London SW1Y5LU , United Kingdom. The International Conference on Environmental Pollution wil l be held 15-19 April 1991 at the new F.I.L complex Date Change for the Second World in Lisbon, Portugal. The conference is sponsored by the Climate Conference European Centre for Pollution Research (ECPR), the Direc- The Second World Climate Conference (SWCC) has been torate General for the Quality of the Environment (DGQA), changed to 29 October-7Novembe r 1990. The conference remains at the International Conference Centre of Geneva. the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), and The detailed programme for the SWCC and information on the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural key speakers are expected to be finalized in the near future. Organizatio n (UNESCO). The two major objectives of the For further information, contact the Public Information conference are to provide a continuing forum for the Office , World Meteorological Organization, P.O. Box presentation and discussion of the state of the art in all 2300 , 1211 Geneva 2, Switzerland. scientific and policy-making aspects of environmental pol- lution, and to explore and identify the interface between 1 Notice of registration deadlines for meetings, workshops, and science and policy-making in environmental pollution mat- seminars, deadlines for submission of abstracts or papers to be ters. presented at meetings, and deadlines for grants, proposals, Those who wish to present papers to the conference awards, nominations, and fellowships must be received at least should send 500-word abstracts of their papers before 15 three months before deadline dates.—News Editor • July 1990 for consideration. For further information and a Bulletin American Meteorological Society

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