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Published July 1988 through June 1999



Item #d88oct14

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is soliciting proposals for interdisciplinary climate research in the following areas: detection of changes and identification of forcings due to the greenhouse effect; trace gas fluxes from ecosystems and their fate in the troposphere; the role of the hydrologic cycle in atmosphere-surface interactions. Projects may involve data analysis, measurements, modeling, theory or laboratory experiments. Educational, industrial, and nonprofit organizations as well as government agencies and NASA centers may participate. Proposal deadline is December 16, 1988. See Eos, p. 874, Sep. 27, 1988, or request information on announcement NRA-88-OSSA-11 from Wesley Huntress, Earth Science and Application Div., Code EE, NASA, Washington DC 20546 (202-453-1707).

Item #d88oct15

The EPA Environmental Research Laboratory-Corvallis is accepting applications for senior positions with research teams on stratospheric ozone depletion, global climate change and other topics. Fixed term and variable length positions are available; some are federal positions but other arrangements are possible including sabbatical assignments. Tentative closing date is Oct. 21, 1988. Contact Robert Lackey, Environmental Research Laboratory--Corvallis, 200 SW 35th St., Corvallis OR 97333 (503-757-4600; FTS: 420-4600).

Item #d88oct16

Scientific Project Director: Northrup Services, Inc. is accepting applications for an individual to develop, direct and manage a strong biogenic emissions research program within the Stratospheric Ozone and Global Climate projects. Qualifications include applied research experience in biogenically emitted gases, with instrumentation and analytical skills, and broad interdisciplinary interests. For information contact Susan Carey, Northrup Svcs. Inc., 1600 SW Western Blvd., Corvallis OR 97333 (503-753-6221).

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