Asheville The regular meeting was held Tuesday, 22 November duration of the hot weather. That is, the mortality 1988 on the University of North Carolina-Asheville rate in these cities decreased and was less affected Campus. Fifteen members and one guest attended. by the heat. This showed that these residents became Members elected the following new officers: James more tolerant of the heat with time. Heimbach, president; Al Wallis, vice-president; Sam McCown, treasurer; and Melody Hall, secretary. Farthest North President Heimbach announced that there would be This chapter held a dinner meeting on 29 November a regular meeting every two months on the second 1988 at Clinkerdagger's restaurant in conjunction Tuesday. He then introduced Richard Heim, Jr., of with the local chapters of Sigma Xi and the Arctic Drought Central at the National Climatic Data Center Institute of North America. The guest speaker for the who gave a talk concerning the 1988 drought, show- evening was Glenn Shaw, professor at the Geophys- ing regional developments and historical compari- ical Institute of the University of Alaska Fairbanks. sons. Shaw presented an overview of the "Gaia Hypoth- A tour of the new meteorological facilities at UNC- esis." The development of the Gaia
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Mar 1, 1989
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