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The U.S. Department of Energy is launching a decade-long Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Program, intended to improve the treatment of radiative transfer in general circulation models under various cloud cover conditions, and improve parameterization of the properties of clouds and their formation. Proposals are solicited for instrument as well as model development and are due April 17, 1990. See Federal Register, Feb. 27, p. 6819; Eos, p. 332, Mar. 13; or contact the Atmos. and Clim. Res. Div., Off. Health Environ. Res., U.S. DOE, Washington DC 20546 (202-353-4375).

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