TELEVISION SEALS OF APPROVAL

TELEVISION SEALS OF APPROVAL announcements Pape r Competition for Peter B. Wagner ation. Maximum length is 15 pages of double-spaced Awar d text (exclusive of figures, title page, references, etc.) The 1998 Peter B. Wagner Award for Women in Applicants should submit five copies of their paper Atmospheric Sciences will be a paper competition to Tonya Drake, Assistant Director for Development, awarded to a woman pursuing her M.S. or Ph.D. in Desert Research Institute, P.O. Box 60220, Reno, NV atmospheric sciences or a related program at a uni- 89506. If there are any questions about award sub- versity in the United States. missions , contact Tonya Drake by e-mail: Peter B. Wagner was an atmospheric scientist who tdrake@dri.edu. had been a faculty member at the Desert Research In- stitute (DRI) in Reno, Nevada, from 1968 to 1980, Weather Modification Association Annual until the time of his death. His widow, Sue, also a Meeting and Conference DRI employee, has created this award specifically for National and international members of the Weather women in atmospheric sciences. The award presenta- Modification Association and the associated scientific tion will be made in September 1998, and the winner and operational community at large are invited to will receive $1000. present their latest works at its annual meeting. The Applicants must submit a paper based on original meeting will be held 14-15 May 1998 at the Yarrow research directly related to the identification, clarifi- Hotel in Park City, Utah. cation, and/or resolution of an atmospheric/climatic Two broad themes in purposeful and inadvertent problem. Papers will be evaluated based on the fol- weather modification will be emphasized. 1) Focus, lowing content areas: originality of ideas expressed State of the Industry: Activities of the operational cloud and presentation of concept; how well the subject mat- seeding community are burgeoning. In-depth presen- ter relates to real-world atmospheric/climatic problems tations on operational activities; approaches; technolo- or their resolution; and how well the research is de- gies; quality control; instrumentation; evaluations; fined with introduction, methods, results, and conclu- standards and ethics; scientific, economic, legal, and sions. societal aspects; and the role of the WM A are strongly The paper should be in a form acceptable for pub- encouraged. 2) Focus, State of the Science: Presenta- lication. Manuscripts for which the student is a first tions on scientific results; advances and prospects in author and that have been published, submitted for pub- purposeful or inadvertent cloud, weather, or climate lication, or are in press in peer-reviewed journals modification; or related issues in water resources, cloud within the last 12 months are acceptable for consider- physics, numerical simulation, or measurement tech- nologies are also particularly encouraged. Topics and titles should be submitted by e-mail, fax, or telephone to Roger F. Reinking, WMA Program Chair, NOAA/ETL/ET6, 325 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80303; telephone: 303-497-6167; fax: 303-497-6181; TtltVKION M i 0*flPP«fll e-mail: rreinking@etl.noaa.gov. For hotel information call the Yarrow Hotel; telephone: 800-927-7694 or 967 Cameron J. Moreland 1998 435-649-7000. A block room rate will be provided; 96 8 Bruce C. Capers 1998 note the WMA when making reservations. The local 969 Justin Berk 1998 arrangements chair is Don R. Griffith, North American Weather Consultants; telephone: 801-972-3500. • 68 6 Vol. 79 , No. 4, April 1998 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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announcements Pape r Competition for Peter B. Wagner ation. Maximum length is 15 pages of double-spaced Awar d text (exclusive of figures, title page, references, etc.) The 1998 Peter B. Wagner Award for Women in Applicants should submit five copies of their paper Atmospheric Sciences will be a paper competition to Tonya Drake, Assistant Director for Development, awarded to a woman pursuing her M.S. or Ph.D. in Desert Research Institute, P.O. Box 60220, Reno, NV atmospheric sciences or a related program at a uni- 89506. If there are any questions about award sub- versity in the United States. missions , contact Tonya Drake by e-mail: Peter B. Wagner was an atmospheric scientist who tdrake@dri.edu. had been a faculty member at the Desert Research In- stitute (DRI) in Reno, Nevada, from 1968 to 1980, Weather Modification Association Annual until the time of his death. His widow, Sue, also a Meeting and Conference DRI employee, has created this award specifically for National and international members of the Weather women in atmospheric sciences. The award presenta- Modification Association and the associated scientific tion will be made in September 1998, and the winner and operational community at large are invited to will receive $1000. present their latest works at its annual meeting. The Applicants must submit a paper based on original meeting will be held 14-15 May 1998 at the Yarrow research directly related to the identification, clarifi- Hotel in Park City, Utah. cation, and/or resolution of an atmospheric/climatic Two broad themes in purposeful and inadvertent problem. Papers will be evaluated based on the fol- weather modification will be emphasized. 1) Focus, lowing content areas: originality of ideas expressed State of the Industry: Activities of the operational cloud and presentation of concept; how well the subject mat- seeding community are burgeoning. In-depth presen- ter relates to real-world atmospheric/climatic problems tations on operational activities; approaches; technolo- or their resolution; and how well the research is de- gies; quality control; instrumentation; evaluations; fined with introduction, methods, results, and conclu- standards and ethics; scientific, economic, legal, and sions. societal aspects; and the role of the WM A are strongly The paper should be in a form acceptable for pub- encouraged. 2) Focus, State of the Science: Presenta- lication. Manuscripts for which the student is a first tions on scientific results; advances and prospects in author and that have been published, submitted for pub- purposeful or inadvertent cloud, weather, or climate lication, or are in press in peer-reviewed journals modification; or related issues in water resources, cloud within the last 12 months are acceptable for consider- physics, numerical simulation, or measurement tech- nologies are also particularly encouraged. Topics and titles should be submitted by e-mail, fax, or telephone to Roger F. Reinking, WMA Program Chair, NOAA/ETL/ET6, 325 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80303; telephone: 303-497-6167; fax: 303-497-6181; TtltVKION M i 0*flPP«fll e-mail: rreinking@etl.noaa.gov. For hotel information call the Yarrow Hotel; telephone: 800-927-7694 or 967 Cameron J. Moreland 1998 435-649-7000. A block room rate will be provided; 96 8 Bruce C. Capers 1998 note the WMA when making reservations. The local 969 Justin Berk 1998 arrangements chair is Don R. Griffith, North American Weather Consultants; telephone: 801-972-3500. • 68 6 Vol. 79 , No. 4, April 1998

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