ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF SUPPORT

The American Meteorological Society wishes to express its appreciation to the following agencies and corporations for their support of the 79th AMS Annual Meeting, Dallas, Texas.

79th AMS Annual Meeting Exhibitors — Opening Reception

Cabletron — Network Equipment

Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms, University of Oklahoma — Weather Kiosks

Center for Computational Geosciences, University of Oklahoma — Weather Kiosks

Computer Sciences Corporation — Video Conferencing

Geosciences Computing Network, University of Oklahoma — Weather Kiosks

GTE Government Systems — Short Course Luncheon

Hughes Space and Communications — Conference Daily Bulletin, GATE Gala Reception, Co-Sponsor

ITT Aerospace/ Communications Division — Conference Daily Bulletin, GOES/POES Reception

Litton PRC Inc. — Workstation for Daily Weather Briefing

Mobilestar — Wireless Network Equipment

NASA/GSFC/Laboratory for Atmospheres — Electronic Theater

NASA Integrated Services Network — Internet and Network Support

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center — Video Conferencing

National Weather Service/Southern Region — Daily Weather Briefing

Silicon Graphics, Inc. — Workstations in Support of Presentations, the Electronic Theater, and the Weather Kiosks; Thursday Evening Electronic Theater Reception

Subaru America — Pre-college teacher travel

The American Meteorological Society wishes to express its appreciation to the following agencies and corporations for their assistance in bringing the AMS/Industry/Government Graduate Fellowship and Undergraduate Scholarship Recipients to the 79th AMS Annual Meeting

AccuWeather, Inc. — Travel

DOE Atmospheric Radiation Measurement Program — Travel

GTE Government Systems — Travel and Student Function

Handar, Inc. — Travel

ITT Aerospace/Communications Division — Travel and Student Function

Lockheed Martin Missiles & Space — Student Function

NASA’s Mission to Planet Earth — Travel and Global Change Scholarships

National Science Foundation Division of Atmospheric Sciences — Travel

National Weather Service — Travel

NOAA’s Office of Global Programs — Travel

Office of the Federal Coordinator for Meteorology — Travel

Radian Electronic Systems — Travel

Raytheon Santa Barbara Remote Sensing — Student Function

Raytheon STX Corporation — Travel and Student Function

Raytheon Systems Company — Travel

SAIC, Center for Atmospheric Physics — Travel and Student Function

Silicon Graphics, Inc. — Travel and Student Function

Space Systems/Loral — Travel and Student Function

Systems Management, Incorporated — Travel and Student Function

Weathernews Inc. — Travel and Student Function

Weather Services International (WSI Corporation) — Travel





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