TELEVISION SEALS OF APPROVAL

TELEVISION SEALS OF APPROVAL grown to more than 30 sites in the United States associated technologies. The focus is to expand and Canada. NADP data and related information, acceptance and the use of remote sensing technol- ogy in the marketplace. CRSP is intended to be a as well as additional meeting information, are discovery phase of a three-step research initiative. available on the World Wide Web at http:// It will leverage existing EOS research and seek to nadp.sws.uiuc.edu/. determine the common and unique science and This meeting will combine a celebration of past commerical requirements for hyperspectral imag- achievements with a focus on processes that affect ery. It will also focus on discovering and under- the important trace chemicals in the atmosphere. standing the opportunities and technology gaps for Presentations are planned on historical and glo- hyperspectral remote sensing. The NRA can be bal perspectives of deposition, as are presentations downloaded via the Internet at the following URL: on total and methyl mercury in precipitation, on the http://procurement.nasa.gov/EPS/SSC/Synopses/ impact of recent large emissions reductions on pre- NRA02/sol.html#DraftSol. cipitation chemistry, on the role of nutrient depo- Additional information about NASA's Commer- sition in eutrophication and hypoxia in estuarine cial Remote Sensing Program can be found at water bodies, and on related atmospheric and en- the Web site http://www.crsp.ssc.nasa.gov/ vironmental phenomena. 3dframe.htm. For a paper copy of the NRA, call Contributed papers are solicited on all aspects 228-688-3463 and leave your full name and ad- of chemical deposition, as well as the meteorology, dress, including zip code, and telephone number. physics, and chemistry of the atmosphere that in- fluence wet or dry deposition. Both oral and poster 20t h Annual Meeting of the National presentations are welcome. Titles and abstracts up Atmospheric Deposition Program to 200 words, including all author names, affilia- The National Atmospheric Deposition Program tions, mailing addresses, and the telephone num- (NADP) will celebrate its 20th anniversary during ber and e-mail address of the corresponding author, its annual technical meeting, 26-29 October 1998, should be sent to Kathy Douglas by 1 September at the St. Petersburg Bayfront Hilton in St. Peters- 1998 preferably by e-mail at kathy@sws.uiuc.edu. burg, Florida. The NADP is recognized internation- If e-mail is unavailable send information to ally for long-term, high-quality measurements of Kathy Douglas, Illinois State Water Survey, 2204 precipitation chemistry. Measurements are reported Griffith Drive, Champaign, IL 61820; fax: 217-333- from more than 200 sites across the continental 0249; telephone: 217-333-7871. Abstracts of all United States, Alaska, and Puerto Rico in order to presentations will be distributed to meeting partici- evaluate temporal trends and geographic distribu- pants and other interested individuals. tions of atmospheric chemical deposition, as well For additional information, please contact the as to support research on the potential impacts of program chair, Dennis Lamb, Meteorology Depart- this deposition on terrestrial and aquatic ecosys- ment, The Pennsylvania State University, Univer- tems. In 1995, the NADP began measuring total sity Park, PA 16802; telephone: 814-865-0174; mercury in precipitation in a pilot network that has e-mail: lno@psu.edu. • {Dim mi The Bulletin relies on its readership for timely Michael Schlesinger 1998 information on current events, member news, chap- 978 John Wetherbee ter happenings, conferences, science fairs, work- 979 David Osterberg shops, and continuing education courses. 980 Bill Vessey Submit contributions to Bulletin, AMS, 45 Bea- 981 David J. Tillman con St., Boston, MA 02108-3693; fax 617-742- 982 Emma Yoland Amadeo 8718; e-mail: rthomas@ametsoc.org. 983 Robert Cook 1146 Vol. 79 , No. 6, June 1998 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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grown to more than 30 sites in the United States associated technologies. The focus is to expand and Canada. NADP data and related information, acceptance and the use of remote sensing technol- ogy in the marketplace. CRSP is intended to be a as well as additional meeting information, are discovery phase of a three-step research initiative. available on the World Wide Web at http:// It will leverage existing EOS research and seek to nadp.sws.uiuc.edu/. determine the common and unique science and This meeting will combine a celebration of past commerical requirements for hyperspectral imag- achievements with a focus on processes that affect ery. It will also focus on discovering and under- the important trace chemicals in the atmosphere. standing the opportunities and technology gaps for Presentations are planned on historical and glo- hyperspectral remote sensing. The NRA can be bal perspectives of deposition, as are presentations downloaded via the Internet at the following URL: on total and methyl mercury in precipitation, on the http://procurement.nasa.gov/EPS/SSC/Synopses/ impact of recent large emissions reductions on pre- NRA02/sol.html#DraftSol. cipitation chemistry, on the role of nutrient depo- Additional information about NASA's Commer- sition in eutrophication and hypoxia in estuarine cial Remote Sensing Program can be found at water bodies, and on related atmospheric and en- the Web site http://www.crsp.ssc.nasa.gov/ vironmental phenomena. 3dframe.htm. For a paper copy of the NRA, call Contributed papers are solicited on all aspects 228-688-3463 and leave your full name and ad- of chemical deposition, as well as the meteorology, dress, including zip code, and telephone number. physics, and chemistry of the atmosphere that in- fluence wet or dry deposition. Both oral and poster 20t h Annual Meeting of the National presentations are welcome. Titles and abstracts up Atmospheric Deposition Program to 200 words, including all author names, affilia- The National Atmospheric Deposition Program tions, mailing addresses, and the telephone num- (NADP) will celebrate its 20th anniversary during ber and e-mail address of the corresponding author, its annual technical meeting, 26-29 October 1998, should be sent to Kathy Douglas by 1 September at the St. Petersburg Bayfront Hilton in St. Peters- 1998 preferably by e-mail at kathy@sws.uiuc.edu. burg, Florida. The NADP is recognized internation- If e-mail is unavailable send information to ally for long-term, high-quality measurements of Kathy Douglas, Illinois State Water Survey, 2204 precipitation chemistry. Measurements are reported Griffith Drive, Champaign, IL 61820; fax: 217-333- from more than 200 sites across the continental 0249; telephone: 217-333-7871. Abstracts of all United States, Alaska, and Puerto Rico in order to presentations will be distributed to meeting partici- evaluate temporal trends and geographic distribu- pants and other interested individuals. tions of atmospheric chemical deposition, as well For additional information, please contact the as to support research on the potential impacts of program chair, Dennis Lamb, Meteorology Depart- this deposition on terrestrial and aquatic ecosys- ment, The Pennsylvania State University, Univer- tems. In 1995, the NADP began measuring total sity Park, PA 16802; telephone: 814-865-0174; mercury in precipitation in a pilot network that has e-mail: lno@psu.edu. • {Dim mi The Bulletin relies on its readership for timely Michael Schlesinger 1998 information on current events, member news, chap- 978 John Wetherbee ter happenings, conferences, science fairs, work- 979 David Osterberg shops, and continuing education courses. 980 Bill Vessey Submit contributions to Bulletin, AMS, 45 Bea- 981 David J. Tillman con St., Boston, MA 02108-3693; fax 617-742- 982 Emma Yoland Amadeo 8718; e-mail: rthomas@ametsoc.org. 983 Robert Cook 1146 Vol. 79 , No. 6, June 1998

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