The IUGG Electronic Journal
Volume 2 No. 5 (May 1, 2002)
This short, informal newsletter is intended to keep IUGG Member National Committees informed about the activities of the IUGG Associations, and actions of the IUGG Secretariat. Past issues are posted on the IUGG Web site. Please forward this message to those who will benefit from the information. Your comments are welcome.
1. IUGG 2003 General Assembly Second Circular available on the Web
The Second Circular is now complete and available in "pdf" format on the Sapporo General Assembly web site. To access the Web Site, go to the IUGG index page and click on the "2003 IUGG General Assembly" link. The Second Circular is being printed and mailed to everyone who either attended the 1999 Birmingham Assembly, or who has asked to receive the Second Circular.
2. IAHS launches Decade of Prediction of Ungauged Basins (PUBs)
There is a need for hydrological data where ground-based observations
are missing. PUBs is an international research initiative that will combine theoretical hydrology, remote sensing, in-situ observations and modelling
of the quantity and quality of hydrological phenomena in order to predict
the stream flow in basins with no records. This information is urgently needed
for use in water resources development and management, flood forecasting,
and for many other purposes. For more information, consult the web page
3. Dr. David Pugh elected President of the Federation of Astronomical and Geophysical Data Analysis Services (FAGS)
Prof. P. Paquet has informed the IUGG Secretariat that Dr. David Pugh (U.K.) was elected the new President of FAGS at their Council meeting of 18 March. David Pugh and Dr. Martine Feissel (France) are presently serving as the IUGG representatives to FAGS. We congratulate Dr. Pugh on his new responsibilities.
4. Prof. I.I. Mueller receives AGU Waldo Smith award
Dr. Ivan I. Mueller, Professor of Ohio State University and
past president (1987-1991) of the International Association of Geodesy (IAG), has been awarded the 2002 Waldo E. Smith award from the American Geophysical
Union. He is cited for pioneering the interdisciplinary science of modern satellite geodesy; for developing fundamental theory and
practical realization of the terrestrial reference frame using
5. Ryan Aucone joins the Office of the Secretariat
The IUGG Secretariat is pleased to welcome Mr. Ryan Aucone to the Boulder, Colorado IUGG Office as Assistant to the Secretary-General. He is a student at the University of Colorado with a double major in Economics (International Trade and Open Market Operations) and Fine Arts (Photography and Computer Graphics). He is experienced in managing databases and his previous job was assistant to the manager of Alyeska, a resort in Girdwood, Alaska. His e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com.
6. IUGG-related meetings occurring during May - July 2002
A calendar of meetings of interest to IUGG disciplines (especially those organized by IUGG Associations) is posted on this IUGG Web Site. Specific information about these meetings can be found there. Individual Associations also list more meetings on their web sites appropriate to their disciplines.
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