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PART I



PROCEEDINGS OF THE
GENERAL ASSEMBLY





LETTER OF INVITATION


On behalf of the National Academy of Sciences, I am pleased to extend a cordial invitation to the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG) to hold its 21st General Assembly in the United States in 1995. This invitation will be formally presented to the 20th General Assembly of the IUGG by the chairman of the delegation from the United States.
If this invitation is accepted, plans are to hold the 21st General Assembly on the campus of the University of Colorado in Boulder. The Chancellor of the University is enthusiastic about the prospect. The American Geophysical Union would undertake full responsibility for managing the meeting and ensuring its financial viability. I hope that this invitation to meet once again in the United States will be viewed favorably.
With warm greetings and best wishes for the full success of the 1991 General Assembly in Vienna, Austria.
Frank Press
President of the National Academy of Sciences

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