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at AMS headquarters al AMS headquarters Th e Committee on Admissions met at Headquarters on 6 mmm m e February. On the 9th, Executive Director Spengler was in Washing- 3§MM § ton, D.C., on AMS business. Designed and Developed by Gerald C. Gill, Th e following night he left for Geneva, Switzerland, to attend the first week of the World Climate Conference, which Professor of Meteorology, University of Michigan was sponsored by the World Meteorological Organization; the Conference was chaired by AMS President-Elect Robert White. Mr. Spengler returned to Boston on the 17th. On 19 February, Mr. Spengler was again in Washington, D.C., on AMS business. Visitors to AMS Headquarters during the month of Febru- ary included: Marshall Karol and Gene Bank, Boston; Dave Mead, Bedford, Mass.; and W. H. Waldron, Belmont, Mass. • MICROVANE & ANEMOMETER BIVANE 3 CU P ANEMOMETER Records complete wind data at a point in Sensitive, yet rugged, matched response space—tota l wind speed plus simultane- ous azimuth angle and elevation angle of sensors for measurement of horizontal wind. Supplied with common mounting the wind. Designed specially for micro- meteorological research. arm. (Also available separately.) PROPELLER VANE BIVANE Single instrument records azimuth angle Fast response, low inertia, bi-directional IMS notice and wind speed detail on dual chart. Low vane. Records measurements of both azi- threshold and fast response with minimum muth angle and elevation angle. Ideal for overshoot. Easily installed and calibrated turbulence and diffusion studies. in the field. AM S Award for Outstanding Service by a Weathe r Forecaster You are invited to submit nominations for the American Meteorological Society's Award for Outstanding Service by a Weather Forecaster. Nominations for the Award, with sup- porting documentation, should be sent before 1 July 1979, to: :©Si 1 Prof. John J. Cahir, Chairman J " Committee on Weather Forecasting and Analysis, AMS Dept. of Meteorology PROPELLER ANEMOMETER UVW ANEMOMETER Th e Pennsylvania State University Measures directly the three orthogonal Measures directly a single component of University Park, Pa. 16802 the wind. Propeller response as a function vectors of the wind—along wind compo- nent "U," across wind component "V," of its orientation to the wind very closely approximates the cosine law. vertical wind component "W." In documenting and endorsing nominees, please be sure to include enough information for the AMS Committee on Weather Forecasting and Analysis to select the best choice R. M. YOUNG COMPANY for the coveted Award, which will be submitted to the Awards 280 1 AERO-PAR K DRIV E Committee. Further, there is no restriction on nominating a TRAVERS E CITY , MICHIGA N 4-9684 - candidate whose name was submitted in a previous year(s). PHON E (616 ) 94-6-398 0 A description of the Award and the criteria to be followed TW X 810-291-336 6 in selecting a nominee are to be found in the August 1978 BULLETIN , page 980, and in the April 1967 issue, page 318. Bulletin American Meteorological Society 367 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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al AMS headquarters Th e Committee on Admissions met at Headquarters on 6 mmm m e February. On the 9th, Executive Director Spengler was in Washing- 3§MM § ton, D.C., on AMS business. Designed and Developed by Gerald C. Gill, Th e following night he left for Geneva, Switzerland, to attend the first week of the World Climate Conference, which Professor of Meteorology, University of Michigan was sponsored by the World Meteorological Organization; the Conference was chaired by AMS President-Elect Robert White. Mr. Spengler returned to Boston on the 17th. On 19 February, Mr. Spengler was again in Washington, D.C., on AMS business. Visitors to AMS Headquarters during the month of Febru- ary included: Marshall Karol and Gene Bank, Boston; Dave Mead, Bedford, Mass.; and W. H. Waldron, Belmont, Mass. • MICROVANE & ANEMOMETER BIVANE 3 CU P ANEMOMETER Records complete wind data at a point in Sensitive, yet rugged, matched response space—tota l wind speed plus simultane- ous azimuth angle and elevation angle of sensors for measurement of horizontal wind. Supplied with common mounting the wind. Designed specially for micro- meteorological research. arm. (Also available separately.) PROPELLER VANE BIVANE Single instrument records azimuth angle Fast response, low inertia, bi-directional IMS notice and wind speed detail on dual chart. Low vane. Records measurements of both azi- threshold and fast response with minimum muth angle and elevation angle. Ideal for overshoot. Easily installed and calibrated turbulence and diffusion studies. in the field. AM S Award for Outstanding Service by a Weathe r Forecaster You are invited to submit nominations for the American Meteorological Society's Award for Outstanding Service by a Weather Forecaster. Nominations for the Award, with sup- porting documentation, should be sent before 1 July 1979, to: :©Si 1 Prof. John J. Cahir, Chairman J " Committee on Weather Forecasting and Analysis, AMS Dept. of Meteorology PROPELLER ANEMOMETER UVW ANEMOMETER Th e Pennsylvania State University Measures directly the three orthogonal Measures directly a single component of University Park, Pa. 16802 the wind. Propeller response as a function vectors of the wind—along wind compo- nent "U," across wind component "V," of its orientation to the wind very closely approximates the cosine law. vertical wind component "W." In documenting and endorsing nominees, please be sure to include enough information for the AMS Committee on Weather Forecasting and Analysis to select the best choice R. M. YOUNG COMPANY for the coveted Award, which will be submitted to the Awards 280 1 AERO-PAR K DRIV E Committee. Further, there is no restriction on nominating a TRAVERS E CITY , MICHIGA N 4-9684 - candidate whose name was submitted in a previous year(s). PHON E (616 ) 94-6-398 0 A description of the Award and the criteria to be followed TW X 810-291-336 6 in selecting a nominee are to be found in the August 1978 BULLETIN , page 980, and in the April 1967 issue, page 318. Bulletin American Meteorological Society 367

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