meeting summary Tenth Meeting of Heads and Chairs of Departments of Atmospheric, Oceanic, Hydrologic, and Related Sciences-A Summary Phillip J. Smith* and John T. Snow+ 1. Introduction tion (NOAA); and R. Abbey, associate director for in- tegration, Ocean, Atmospheric, and Space Science The Tenth Biennial Meeting of the Heads and Department, Office of Naval Research (ONR), Depart- Chairs of Departments of Atmospheric, Oceanic, Hy- ment of Defense (DOD). drologic, and Related Sciences was held at the Na- tional Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) a. NSF Mesa Laboratory on 10-11 October 1996. As is cus- Greenfield's report had two components, the NSF tomary, the meeting was cosponsored by the Ameri- budget and the international data exchange issue. The can Meteorological Society (AMS) and the FY97 NSF budget appropriation is $3.27 billion, a 1.6% University Corporation for Atmospheric Research increase over FY96. The distribution of the FY97 budget and the change from FY96 by general category (UCAR). Over 40 universities were represented at are given in Table 1. Of this, ATM expects to receive the meeting. The meeting opened with welcoming $150.32 million, an increase of 4.1% over FY96. remarks by R. Anthes, president of UCAR; P. Try, ATM continues to
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jun 3, 1997
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