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FROM VOLUME 3, NUMBER 3, MARCH 1990

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RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES


Item #d90mar78

Climate and Global Change: a new program within the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration representing the core of NOAA's contribution to the Global Change Research Program. About $3.8 million will be available in fiscal year 1990 for extramural research. Proposals due by May 1. For complete announcement contact Eileen Shea, NOAA, 6010 Executive Blvd., Rm. 825, Rockville MD 20852 (301-443-8415).


Item #d90mar79

An interdisciplinary Center for Global Change Science is being established at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, building on MIT's existing programs in hydrology, meteorology and oceanography. Applications for faculty positions in these areas are solicited. (See Eos, p. 9, Jan. 2, 1990.)


Item #d90mar80

A Special Program on the Science of Global Climate Change was created by the Science Committee of NATO last year. Activities, such as Advanced Research Workshops and Advanced Study Institutes that encourage interdisciplinary collaboration among geologists, climatologists, chemists, ecologists and biogeochemists, are expected to start in 1990. Contact the NATO Scientific Affairs Div., B-1110 Brussels, Belgium.


Item #d90mar81

The University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) has launched a Climate Systems Modeling Program, a ten-year, multidisciplinary study of global climate change. The broad program will involve pure scientists in different fields, social scientists, the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), universities, industry and government. Contact the UCAR office at NCAR, POB 3000, Boulder CO 80307.

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