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<URL:news:sci.geo.meteorology> General discussion of meteorology; current and historic weather phenomena, hurricanes, ENSO, and so on. <URL:news:sci.geo.fluids> Discussion of geophysical fluid dynamics. <URL:news:sci.geo.oceanography> General discussion of oceanography, including but not limited to physical oceanography. <URL:news:sci.data.formats> Discussion of data formats used in the sciences, including meteorology. <URL:news:sci.geo.geology> General discussion of geology; earthquakes, formations, and so on. <URL:news:comp.infosystems.gis> Discussion of Geographic Information Systems. <URL:news:sci.nonlinear> Discussion of chaos, nonlinear systems. <URL:news:sci.environment> Discussion of global warming, ozone depletion, anthropogenic effects, social impacts, ecology, and so on. In practice, barely distinguishable from talk.environment. <URL:news:sci.image.processing> Discussion of image processing. <URL:news:talk.environment> Ranting and raving about global warming, ozone depletion, anthropogenic effects, social impacts, ecology, and so on. <URL:news:ne.weather> Discussion of weather in the Northeastern United States (particularly New England). <URL:news:alt.talk.weather> Everyone talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it... <URL:news:uk.sci.weather> UK and European weather discussion. <URL:http://www.cybercomm.net/~tornado/wxboard/wwwboard.html> WWW-based message board on the subject of weather. <URL:http://thor.tamu.edu:8001/cgi-bin/nph-client> WWW-based chat on the subject of weather. <URL:http://www.sciencenet.com/> Geoscience bulletin boards which have evolved out of the old OMNET mail/conferencing service. Includes a geoscience-dedicated web indexer, job postings, joint author documentation creation software, and research program mailing list management.