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50 years ago. . . Bulletin American Meteorological Society Maximum operational reliability and efficiency will generation weather radar, were selected to provide be attained by concentrating the forecasting staff at the United States with maximum coverage for severe the Weather Forecast Offices, which will be associ- weather and floods. Advance warnings of major ated with the NEXRAD radars. The existing National tornadoes could be as much as 30 minutes, because Weather Service office sites will be consolidated into Doppler radars allow forecasters to see inside storms this new national network. • for the first time. 25 years ago. . . 50 years ago. . . The June 1964 BULLETIN* contained the dinner address given under the following title by Prof. J. Bjerknes at the annual meeting in Los Angeles in January 1964. We give here only the first four paragraphs Climatology and Political Geography* of that address. SAMUE L VA N VALKANBURG Half a Century of Change in the Prof, of Geography, Clark University, Worcester, Mass. "Meteorological Scene" The strongest nations have been built in the temperate zones, and The "meteorological scene" at the beginning of our century had many of the problems of those nations arise from climate conditions. separate centers of activity, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-70.6.697b
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Abstract

Bulletin American Meteorological Society Maximum operational reliability and efficiency will generation weather radar, were selected to provide be attained by concentrating the forecasting staff at the United States with maximum coverage for severe the Weather Forecast Offices, which will be associ- weather and floods. Advance warnings of major ated with the NEXRAD radars. The existing National tornadoes could be as much as 30 minutes, because Weather Service office sites will be consolidated into Doppler radars allow forecasters to see inside storms this new national network. • for the first time. 25 years ago. . . 50 years ago. . . The June 1964 BULLETIN* contained the dinner address given under the following title by Prof. J. Bjerknes at the annual meeting in Los Angeles in January 1964. We give here only the first four paragraphs Climatology and Political Geography* of that address. SAMUE L VA N VALKANBURG Half a Century of Change in the Prof, of Geography, Clark University, Worcester, Mass. "Meteorological Scene" The strongest nations have been built in the temperate zones, and The "meteorological scene" at the beginning of our century had many of the problems of those nations arise from climate conditions. separate centers of activity,

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Jun 1, 1989

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