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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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 (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 ...
  • Rosen James M.; Cadle Richard D.; Murcray D. G.; Quiroz R. S.; Roper R. G.; Belmont A. D.; Clark J. H. E.; Cunnold D. M.; Hilst G. R.; MacCracken M. C.; Sasamori T.; Wendler Gerd; Jayaweera K. O. L. F.; Rubin M. J.; Quiroz R. S.; Podzimek Josef; Vonder Haar Tom; Chandra S.; Hunkins Kenneth L.; Solomon Harold; Hayes John; Briscoe Melbourne G.; Warren Bruce A.; Ostapoff Feodor; Kraus Eric B.; Neshyba Steve; Holland William R.; Panofsky Hans A.; Ruttenberg Stanley; Foster Theodore D. (1974-08)
    The Special Assemblies of the International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics and the International Association of Physical Sciences of the Oceans were held in Melbourne, Australia, from January 14 to 25, ...
  • Anonymous (1975-01)
    Secretary of the Interior Rogers C.B. Morton has announced the selection of 26 research projects to initiate the fiscal year 1975 water research program authorized under Title II of the Water Resources Research Act.The ...
  • Anonymous (1974-10)
    At the invitation of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, the International Geographical Union will hold its Twenty‐Third International Geographical Congress in the Soviet Union.The congress proper will be held in Moscow ...
  • Aldrich L. T. (1979-07-10)
    The balance sheet for December 31,1978 shows that the Union continues to be in a stable financial condition. However, this stability is vitally dependent on the continued good performance of the publications program. Looking ...
  • Anonymous (1978-08)
    The 1978 Spring Meeting was held April 17–21 in Miami Beach, Florida, at the Deauville and Carillon hotels. Approximately 1220 papers were presented. Total registration was 1632, of whom 1127 were members, 242 were students, ...
  • Anonymous (1979-11-20)
    Robert J. Barbera has been selected as the 1979–80 AGU Congressional Science Fellow. He will serve 1 year on the staff of Senator Tsongas (D., Mass.) where he will be primarily involved in energy matters.Barbera has been ...
  • Anonymous (1979-05-01)
    Superthermal Particles. The processes by which particles in cosmic plasmas are elevated in energy out of the ‘thermal’ regime and accelerated to very high relativistic energies has been a challenge to understand for decades. ...
  • Anonymous (1982-02-09)
    There were 2875 participants registered at the 1981 Fall Meeting and more than 1900 papers presented. The special session, Voyager 2 at Saturn, presented by E. C. Stone, drew close to 1600 people. It was the largest annual ...
  • Anonymous (1982-05-18)
    The first VGP Award, for the year 1981, will go to Richard A. Yund, professor of geological sciences at Brown University, Rhode Island, for his recent contribution to the study of diffusion, exsolution, and plastic strain ...
  • Dalrymple G. Brent (1982-06-29)
    The VGP award was established to honor individuals who in the past 5 years have made a significant contribution to the fields of volcanology, petrology, or geochemistry. The first person chosen to receive this award is ...
  • Anonymous (1981-10-27)
    More than three fourths of the nation—stretching in a broad band from California east through the Great Plains and blanketing the southeast—experienced a dry ‘water year,’ according to the U.S. Geological Survey, Department ...
  • Anonymous (1983-02-01)
    There were more than 2400 papers presented, with more than 3250 attendees registered at the 1982 Fall Meeting in San Francisco. This was the largest AGU meeting ever. Changes to the program and additional, late and revised ...
  • Anonymous (1982-11-02)
    Thomas J. Ahrens—For fundamental studies of the equation of state for rocks and minerals.Wilfried H. Brutsaert—For his contributions to understanding the dynamics of evaporation from the earth's surface.
  • Munk Walter H. (1982-07-13)
    When Curt Collins asked me to present the citation for the award of the 1982 Bowie Medal, my immediate response was: can he deliver the medalist? Henry Stommel is not known for his attendance at large meetings, nor can I ...