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Reanalysis: In Theory: Garbage In, Garbage Out

Reanalysis: In Theory: Garbage In, Garbage Out REANALYSIS In Theory: Garbage In, Garbage Out As soon as I had finished my doctor's the - And he asked me: Is there a wastepaper sis, I started working on wave problems, basket in the library? I said: "Jawohl, Herr because now there was really no particular Professor" (I said it in German), and I hurry about the whole thing. I could take showed him where it was. Then he ex- my own time and, if I didn't get anywhere plained to me—and I've never forgotten in two years, I could wait for the third year. that good advice—that the wastepaper We had in Leipzig at that time also a visit basket and the eraser are the two main from some of the Norwegians. In fact, they tools of a theoretical physicist. came over to Leipzig quite often, and at that time V. Bjerknes and Solberg came. —Bernhard Haurwitz, speaking at The first time I met V. Bjerknes was in NCAR, 2 February 1983, our library at Leipzig. He was sitting and published as “Meteo- there and he called me over, and I was rology in the 20th Century: very much interested in what this great A participant’s view,” http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

Reanalysis: In Theory: Garbage In, Garbage Out

Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society , Volume 100 (3): 2 – Mar 1, 2019

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/BAMS_1003_501-502_Reanalysis3
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REANALYSIS In Theory: Garbage In, Garbage Out As soon as I had finished my doctor's the - And he asked me: Is there a wastepaper sis, I started working on wave problems, basket in the library? I said: "Jawohl, Herr because now there was really no particular Professor" (I said it in German), and I hurry about the whole thing. I could take showed him where it was. Then he ex- my own time and, if I didn't get anywhere plained to me—and I've never forgotten in two years, I could wait for the third year. that good advice—that the wastepaper We had in Leipzig at that time also a visit basket and the eraser are the two main from some of the Norwegians. In fact, they tools of a theoretical physicist. came over to Leipzig quite often, and at that time V. Bjerknes and Solberg came. —Bernhard Haurwitz, speaking at The first time I met V. Bjerknes was in NCAR, 2 February 1983, our library at Leipzig. He was sitting and published as “Meteo- there and he called me over, and I was rology in the 20th Century: very much interested in what this great A participant’s view,”

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Mar 1, 2019

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