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Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume 96, Number 9, September 2015

Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume 96, Number 9, September 2015 Volume 96 Number 9 September 2015 CATASTROPHIC COLORADO FLOOD TRIGONAL ICE CRYSTALS SUMMIT TOP INTERNSHIP Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society Far South, Far Infrared Improved Reliability and Accuracy with the New CVF 4 Ventilation Unit Low power and low maintenance Can be used under all weather conditions Improves accuracy of radiometer data Reduces frequency of dome cleaning Improves stability of measurements Prevents dew Ventilation of radiometers improves the reliability and accuracy of the measurements by reducing dust and precipitation of dew on the dome, which would otherwise affect the measurement. The new CVF 4 is the best ventilation unit currently available for radiometers. The latest flow simulation software and micro flow and temperature measurement devices were used in the development process to maximise the performance and minimize maintenance. Kipp & Zonen USA Inc. • 125 Wilbur Place • Bohemia NY 11716 • T : 631 589 2065 • F: 631 589 2068 • kipp.usa@kippzonen.com www.kippzonen.com AMS MEMBERS GIVE A GREAT GIF T AT A GRE AT PRICE Could Atmospheric Conditions Have Sunk the Titanic? Looking for the perfect present for the weather enthusiast in your life? Want to make a valuable contribution to your local library MARCH / http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Volume 96, Number 9, September 2015

Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society , Volume 96 (9): 1 – Sep 1, 2015

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Volume 96 Number 9 September 2015 CATASTROPHIC COLORADO FLOOD TRIGONAL ICE CRYSTALS SUMMIT TOP INTERNSHIP Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society Far South, Far Infrared Improved Reliability and Accuracy with the New CVF 4 Ventilation Unit Low power and low maintenance Can be used under all weather conditions Improves accuracy of radiometer data Reduces frequency of dome cleaning Improves stability of measurements Prevents dew Ventilation of radiometers improves the reliability and accuracy of the measurements by reducing dust and precipitation of dew on the dome, which would otherwise affect the measurement. The new CVF 4 is the best ventilation unit currently available for radiometers. The latest flow simulation software and micro flow and temperature measurement devices were used in the development process to maximise the performance and minimize maintenance. Kipp & Zonen USA Inc. • 125 Wilbur Place • Bohemia NY 11716 • T : 631 589 2065 • F: 631 589 2068 • kipp.usa@kippzonen.com www.kippzonen.com AMS MEMBERS GIVE A GREAT GIF T AT A GRE AT PRICE Could Atmospheric Conditions Have Sunk the Titanic? Looking for the perfect present for the weather enthusiast in your life? Want to make a valuable contribution to your local library MARCH /

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Published: Sep 1, 2015

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