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  • Anonymous (1982-05-18)
    The operating budget that the Council adopted at its December 6, 1981, meeting is given below. In addition to the operations shown, $11K of net income is expected from investments, and we hope to raise $200K in donations ...
  • Bell Peter M. (1982-05-25)
    Findings in the most recent salary survey (March 1982) of the College Placement Council indicate a confused picture of employment possibilities for this June's college graduates. The current economic slump has resulted in ...
  • Chapman Thomas G.; Philip J. R. (1982-07-27)
    The names of Horton and Philip occur together so frequently in any discussion of infiltration that it is particularly appropriate that John R. Philip should be the recipient of the Robert E. Horton Medal. In 1931, Horton ...
  • Anonymous (1982-05-04)
    The 1982 Spring Meeting will be held at The Franklin Plaza Hotel and The Philadelphia Centre Hotel in Philadelphia from May 31 to June 4.
  • Fellows Jack D. (1985-01-15)
    It seems like only yesterday that I walked through the oppressive summer humidity in Washington, D.C., to the first day of my fellowship orientation. As it turned out, this was a very important day for me, because my ...
  • Anonymous (1984-02-14)
    In only 5 days the AGU 1983 Fall Meeting in San Francisco accommodated more than 3100 attendees and more than 2100 papers. Each of the special, all‐Union sessions attracted crowds of close to 1100 persons. Except for the ...
  • Raleigh Barry; Chandin John (1984-02-21)
    It is hard to think of any presentation of an award more pleasurable to give or more deserving of receipt. John Handin, this year's Walter H. Bucher Medalist, has been one of the most distinguished scientists in the Bucher ...
  • Richman Barbara T. (1982-01-26)
    Presidential science advisor George A. Keyworth, II, promised scientists that the general health of basic scientific research would not be imperiled in President Reagan's fiscal 1983 budget proposal, due out next week.‘I ...
  • Wasson John T.; DePaolo Donald J. (1983-08-02)
    We honor Don DePaolo with the Macelwane Award for several key contributions to the earth sciences. While a graduate student at Caltech Don recognized that the study of an isotopic parent—daughter pair having the same ...
  • Aki Keiiti; Jordan Thomas H. (1983-08-02)
    Tom Jordan has made a fundamental contribution to our understanding of the grandest‐ scale problems of the earth's tectonics by stimulating our consciousness about the deeper part of continents. He has stimulated not only ...
  • Kiang C. S. (1983-08-02)
    It is with great pleasure that I put forward, as one of the winners of the 1983 Macelwane awards, Dr. William Chameides. Dr. Chaandmeides, Associate Professor of Geophysical Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology, ...
  • Opdyke Neil D.; Runcorn S. Keith (1983-08-09)
    Professor Runcorn's career began on a rather auspicious note. In the late forties, as a graduate student under Professor P. M. S. Blackett at Manchester, Runcorn demonstrated, along with others, that the intensity of the ...
  • Anonymous (1982-05-04)
    After a lay‐up of over 1 year and an extensive refit, R/V Robert D. Conrad of Lamont‐Doherty Geological Observatory has left Port Everglades, Florida, bound for the Pacific Ocean off of South America. Most of the 1982 ...
  • Anonymous (1982-01-12)
    Ten years ago the Federal Council for Science and Technology assigned to the National Science Foundation (NSF) the responsibility to coordinate United States solareclipse research both nationally and with international ...
  • Sandford Scott (1985-11-26)
    The Antarctic Search for Meteorites program (ANSMET), under the overall direction of W. A. Cassidy (University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa.), continued its work of past years by conducting an expedition to southern ...
  • Anonymous (1984-05-22)
    Subir K. Banerjee—For important contributions to understanding the magnetization of rocks and minerals.Charles A. Barth—For exceptional contributions to the scientific study of the atmospheres of the earth and planets.
  • Anonymous (1985-03-05)
    For the first time ever the scientific sessions of the AGU Fall and ASLO Winter Meeting were held in the Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. The American Society of Limnology and Oceanography joined AGU once again this year, ...
  • Anonymous (1984-02-21)
    The Third International Symposium on Land Subsidence, Venice, Italy, March 19–25, 1984, will offer 75 oral papers and 20 poster papers. A 1‐day field trip byboat in the Lagoon ol Venice has been scheduled for March 21. A ...
  • Kelley Michael C.; Mozer Forrest S.; Parks George K.; Hudson Mary K.; Johnson Lane; Jeanloz Raymond; Gilbert J. Freeman; Woodhouse John H. (1984-07-24)
    Mary Hudson is being honored as one of the 1984 James B. Macelwane award winners because her theoretical research on the microphysics of magnetospheric plasmas has been at the forefront of the field, has inspired many ...
  • Camfield P. A. (1985-06-18)
    The Canadian Geophysical Union (CGU) had a very successful joint meeting with the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (CMOS) at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, May 29 to June 1, 1984. Thirty‐five ...