Spiros G. Geotis Prize

Spiros G. Geotis Prize agp.noaa.gov; URL: http://www.ogp.noaa.gov/gcip/ causes. Papers covering strategic issues of sustainable miss/missceleb.html. development, efficient use of resources, energy eco- nomics, and education, as well as other topics falling Call for Papers for Risk Analysis 1998 within the scope of the conference are encouraged. The First International Conference on Computer Prospective participants should submit abstracts as Simulation in Risk Analysis and Hazard Mitigation soon as possible. Abstracts should be no longer than (Risk Analysis 98) has been design to bring together 300 words and should clearly state the methodology, purpose, results, and conclusion of the paper. Final experts from around the world who are involved in acceptance depends on the full-length paper. assessing the potential for risks to health and the en- vironment. The conference, sponsored by the Wessex For additional information or to submit abstracts, Institute of Technology, will be held on 7- 9 October contact Paula Doughty-Young, Risk Analysis 98 Con- 1998 in Valenica, Spain. ference Secretariat, Wessex Institute of Technology, The organizing committee invites papers on all as- Ashurst Lodge, Ashurst, Southampton S040 7AA pects of risk analysis and hazard mitigation, ranging United Kindgom; telephone: 44 1073 293-223; fax; 44 from specific assessment of risk to mitigation of hazards 1703 292 853; e-mail: paula@wessex.ac.uk; URL: associated with both natural and anthropogenic http://www.wessex.ac.uk. • The Spiros G. Geotis Prize is awarded for the best student paper presented at each technical conference on radar meteorology. It was established to recognize Speed Geotis's lifelong contributions to radar meteo- rology and the encouragement he gave to so many young researchers. The recipients of the 1997 Geotis Prize presented their papers at the 28th Conference on Radar Meteorology, 7-1 2 September 1997 in Austin, Texas. The Geotis Prize was presented to the lead authors of two papers delivered at the conference. Authors were Sabine Goke and A. Waldvogel of the paper "Ag- gregation and Breakup of Hydrometers in the Melt- Paul I. Joe, with Environment Canada, presented the Spiros ing Layer" and Esztar Barthazy, A. Waldvogel, M. G. Geotis Prize to Sabine Goke (middle) and Esztar Barthazy Schonhuber, and W. L. Randeu, authors of the paper (right) at the 28th Conference on Radar Meteorology. To win the Geotis Prize, Goke and Barthazy presented the best student papers "Microphysical Properties of Hydrometers within the at the conference. Melting Layer." Goke and Barthazy, both affiliated with the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, received $200 and a certificate. Radar Meteorology, presented the awards to Goke and Barthazy at the conclusion of the conference. Paul I. Joe, member of the AMS Committee on Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 2755 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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agp.noaa.gov; URL: http://www.ogp.noaa.gov/gcip/ causes. Papers covering strategic issues of sustainable miss/missceleb.html. development, efficient use of resources, energy eco- nomics, and education, as well as other topics falling Call for Papers for Risk Analysis 1998 within the scope of the conference are encouraged. The First International Conference on Computer Prospective participants should submit abstracts as Simulation in Risk Analysis and Hazard Mitigation soon as possible. Abstracts should be no longer than (Risk Analysis 98) has been design to bring together 300 words and should clearly state the methodology, purpose, results, and conclusion of the paper. Final experts from around the world who are involved in acceptance depends on the full-length paper. assessing the potential for risks to health and the en- vironment. The conference, sponsored by the Wessex For additional information or to submit abstracts, Institute of Technology, will be held on 7- 9 October contact Paula Doughty-Young, Risk Analysis 98 Con- 1998 in Valenica, Spain. ference Secretariat, Wessex Institute of Technology, The organizing committee invites papers on all as- Ashurst Lodge, Ashurst, Southampton S040 7AA pects of risk analysis and hazard mitigation, ranging United Kindgom; telephone: 44 1073 293-223; fax; 44 from specific assessment of risk to mitigation of hazards 1703 292 853; e-mail: paula@wessex.ac.uk; URL: associated with both natural and anthropogenic http://www.wessex.ac.uk. • The Spiros G. Geotis Prize is awarded for the best student paper presented at each technical conference on radar meteorology. It was established to recognize Speed Geotis's lifelong contributions to radar meteo- rology and the encouragement he gave to so many young researchers. The recipients of the 1997 Geotis Prize presented their papers at the 28th Conference on Radar Meteorology, 7-1 2 September 1997 in Austin, Texas. The Geotis Prize was presented to the lead authors of two papers delivered at the conference. Authors were Sabine Goke and A. Waldvogel of the paper "Ag- gregation and Breakup of Hydrometers in the Melt- Paul I. Joe, with Environment Canada, presented the Spiros ing Layer" and Esztar Barthazy, A. Waldvogel, M. G. Geotis Prize to Sabine Goke (middle) and Esztar Barthazy Schonhuber, and W. L. Randeu, authors of the paper (right) at the 28th Conference on Radar Meteorology. To win the Geotis Prize, Goke and Barthazy presented the best student papers "Microphysical Properties of Hydrometers within the at the conference. Melting Layer." Goke and Barthazy, both affiliated with the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, received $200 and a certificate. Radar Meteorology, presented the awards to Goke and Barthazy at the conclusion of the conference. Paul I. Joe, member of the AMS Committee on Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 2755

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