volume 79, issue 26, P310-310 1998
DOI: 10.1029/98eo00229
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Abstract: The 1996‐1998 Council met for the final time on May 28,1998, in Boston, Mass., USA. At this meeting, the Council adopted three position statements. The first action reaffirms the long‐standing statement opposing the teaching of creationism as science. The second emphasizes the importance of a balanced space program, one in which the Space Station is not the cause of a decline in the key science elements of the U.S. space program. The third succinctlypresents a case for governmental support of the geophysical s…

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