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  • Bush Susan M. (1988-07-26)
    Governor Steve Cowper has seen a longtime goal and campaign promise realized as he signed a law creating the Alaska Science and Technology Foundation on May 13. Its purpose is to fund Alaska‐related scientific research ...
  • Bush Susan M. (1989-09-26)
    The first U.S. Geological Survey stream‐gaging station was set up on the Rio Grande at Embudo, N. Mex., in 1889. The site was chosen for its easy accessibility by railroad, a necessity for bringing in scientific and camp ...
  • Anonymous (1988-06-21)
    The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is asking for research proposals for its Planetary Geology and Geophysics program. Competition is open to all organizations and individuals, and requests must be submitted ...
  • Ranguelov Boyko; Housner George (1992-10-27)
    The 10th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering (10WCEE) took place from July 19 to 24 in Madrid, Spain. More than 1500 participants from 51 countries attended the conference. All aspects of earthquake engineering were ...
  • Anonymous (1988-12-06)
    The National Science Foundation is addressing the need to attract talented young people to fields of science, mathematics and engineering in its Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program. The Fiscal Year 1988 ...
  • Barton P. J. (1988-12-13)
    About 1000 scientists from all over the world met in March in Bologna at the European Geophysical Society's 13th General Assembly. Among them were 57 students, whose travel to the meeting was subsidized by a travel grant ...
  • Barton P. J. (1988-10-18)
    About 1000 scientists from all over the world met in March in Bologna at the European Geophysical Society's 13th General Assembly. Among them were 57 students whose travel to the meeting was subsidized by a travel grant ...
  • Barton P.J. (1988-11-29)
    About 1000 scientists from all over the world met in March in Bologna at the European Geophysical Society's 13th General Assembly. The meeting sessions were divided among the joint sessions and the three sections of EGS: ...
  • Barton P. J. (1988-12-20)
    world met in March in Bologna at the European Geophysical Society's 13th General Assembly. The meeting sessions were divided among the joint sessions and the three sections of EGS: Section I, Solid Earth and Planets; Section ...
  • Bell Peter M. (1980-09-23)
    Stephen P. Synnott, a Voyager project navigator at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, who discovered a 15th moon of Jupiter last spring, has done it again. He discovered a 16th Jovian satellite while searching through photographs ...
  • Maggs William Ward (1987-12-29)
    The oldest known occurrence in North America of an ophiolite, considered to be a piece of ancient ocean crust, has been reported in the Cape Smith Belt in northern Quebec, Canada.The recognition last summer of a key ...
  • Anonymous (1971-05)
    The Third IEEE International Geoscience Electronics Symposium will be held in Washington. D.C., August 25–27. The symposium is sponsored by the Geoscience Electronics Group of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics ...
  • Anonymous (1971-08)
    The Inter‐Union Commission on Radio Meteorology of URSI and IUGG will hold a colloquium on ‘Waves and Turbulence in Stratified Layers and Their Effects on EM Propagation.’ The 1972 IUCRM Colloquium will be held in San ...
  • Anonymous (1971-05)
    The fiscal year 1972 budget estimate for the U.S. Geological Survey amounts to $121,207,000—a gross increase of $9,857,000 over the current fiscal year.‘The proposed budget,’ said USGS Director William T. Pecora, ‘is aimed ...
  • Anonymous (1972-03)
    A five‐day workshop devoted to the atmospheric boundary layer will be held at the American Meteorological Society headquarters, Boston, Massachusetts, August 14–18, 1972. The workshop will consist of a series of tutorial ...
  • Anonymous (1972-12)
    An African Eclipse Cruise to observe and study one of the three longest eclipses since 699 A.D. has been scheduled for June 1973.Sponsored by Cunard Line and Eclipse Cruises, the fifteen‐day voyage will combine scientific ...
  • Anonymous (1973-03)
    An Engineering Foundation Conference is scheduled at New England College, Henniker, New Hampshire, July 15–20, 1973, on ‘Energy Research—Alternatives for Policy and Management to Meet Regional and National Needs.’ The ...
  • Anonymous (1973-01)
    The 1973 Main Meeting sponsored by the U.S. National Committee of URSI and the 1973 IEEE International Antennas and Propagation Symposium will be held jointly at the Engineering Center of the Univers ity of Colorado. URSI ...
  • Anonymous (1972-05)
    During fiscal 1973, the U.S. Geological Survey will step up efforts to acquire basic earth science knowledge needed for the wise management of land, energy, and mineral resources.V.E. McKelvey, USGS Director, said that ‘if ...
  • Anonymous (1973-12)
    The Ocean Science Committee of the Ocean Affairs Board of the National Academy of Sciences is assembling information for a 1974 Directory of U.S. Marine Scientists. The primary candidates for inclusion in the Directory are ...