25 Years Ago

25 Years Ago the American Meteorological Society, Geophysical research Letters, the Journal of Climate, Weather and t mi Forecasting, Monthly Weather Review, and Weather. . ...... He was a corecipient of the AMS's Banner I. Miller Award, along with Gray, Paul Mielke Jr., and Ken IBM illili Berry, for the paper "Predicting Atlantic Seasonal Hurricane Activity 6-11 Months in Advance" at the May 1993 meeting of the 20th Conference on Hurri- canes and Tropical Meteorology. The award was given for the "best contribution to the science of hur- ricane and tropical weather forecasting published dur- ing the years 1990-1992." Landsea also was awarded SCI-TEC INSTRUMENTS INC. AMS' s Max A. Eaton Prize in 1992 for the best stu- a world leading high technology dent paper given at the 19th Conference on Hurricanes manufacturer of: and Tropical Meteorology in May 1991 and the sec- ond-place Father James B. Macelwane Award in A STRATOSPHERIC REMOTE SENSING SYSTEMS A OPEN-PAT H REMOTE SENSING SYSTEMS Landsea earned a B.S. in atmospheric sciences A TRACKING/POSITIONIN G SYSTEMS fro m the University of California, Los Angeles in A MODIFIE D HYDROSTATIC TAN K GAUGIN G 1987 and an M.S. and a Ph.D. in atmospheric science from CSU in 1991 and 1994, respectively. While in is pleased to announce the acquisition of high school, he had the opportunity to work at HRD through Dade County School's Laboratory Research Kipp & Zonen B.V. of the Netherlands. Program. At that time, he worked with Jack Parrish For more than 160 years Kipp & Zonen and Frank Marks. has been a leading manufacturer In addition to a membership with AMS, Landsea of high quality: hold s the same with the American Geophysical Union.® A SOLAR RADIATION MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTATION A LABORATORY & INDUSTRIAL CHAR T RECORDERS A DATA ACQUISITIO N SYSTEMS Weather Modification Must SCI-TEC operates wit h manufacturing Report to Commerce facilities in Saskatoon, Canada and Delft, Under a new act of Congress, signed 18 December 1971 by the Netherlands and sales offices in the the President, all non-federal USA, Canada, Netherlands, Germany, weather modification activities France and the United Kingdom. in the United States and its ter- ritories must be reported to the Secretary of Commerce. The National Oceanic AA A and Atmospheric Administration will implement the act. Regulations for the new law, Public Law For immediate information, please contact: 92-295, are to be published in the Federal Reg- SCI-TEC Instruments Inc. ister. NOAA will be responsible for maintain- 1526 Fletcher Rd. Saskatoon, SK, Canada, S7M 5M1 ing a record of the reported modification activi- ties and publishing period summaries of these Tel: 306-934-0101 activities. Fax: 306-978-2339 E-Mail: scitec@eagle.wbm.ca Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 53, 193. 29 7 Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society
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the American Meteorological Society, Geophysical research Letters, the Journal of Climate, Weather and t mi Forecasting, Monthly Weather Review, and Weather. . ...... He was a corecipient of the AMS's Banner I. Miller Award, along with Gray, Paul Mielke Jr., and Ken IBM illili Berry, for the paper "Predicting Atlantic Seasonal Hurricane Activity 6-11 Months in Advance" at the May 1993 meeting of the 20th Conference on Hurri- canes and Tropical Meteorology. The award was given for the "best contribution to the science of hur- ricane and tropical weather forecasting published dur- ing the years 1990-1992." Landsea also was awarded SCI-TEC INSTRUMENTS INC. AMS' s Max A. Eaton Prize in 1992 for the best stu- a world leading high technology dent paper given at the 19th Conference on Hurricanes manufacturer of: and Tropical Meteorology in May 1991 and the sec- ond-place Father James B. Macelwane Award in A STRATOSPHERIC REMOTE SENSING SYSTEMS A OPEN-PAT H REMOTE SENSING SYSTEMS Landsea earned a B.S. in atmospheric sciences A TRACKING/POSITIONIN G SYSTEMS fro m the University of California, Los Angeles in A MODIFIE D HYDROSTATIC TAN K GAUGIN G 1987 and an M.S. and a Ph.D. in atmospheric science from CSU in 1991 and 1994, respectively. While in is pleased to announce the acquisition of high school, he had the opportunity to work at HRD through Dade County School's Laboratory Research Kipp & Zonen B.V. of the Netherlands. Program. At that time, he worked with Jack Parrish For more than 160 years Kipp & Zonen and Frank Marks. has been a leading manufacturer In addition to a membership with AMS, Landsea of high quality: hold s the same with the American Geophysical Union.® A SOLAR RADIATION MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENTATION A LABORATORY & INDUSTRIAL CHAR T RECORDERS A DATA ACQUISITIO N SYSTEMS Weather Modification Must SCI-TEC operates wit h manufacturing Report to Commerce facilities in Saskatoon, Canada and Delft, Under a new act of Congress, signed 18 December 1971 by the Netherlands and sales offices in the the President, all non-federal USA, Canada, Netherlands, Germany, weather modification activities France and the United Kingdom. in the United States and its ter- ritories must be reported to the Secretary of Commerce. The National Oceanic AA A and Atmospheric Administration will implement the act. Regulations for the new law, Public Law For immediate information, please contact: 92-295, are to be published in the Federal Reg- SCI-TEC Instruments Inc. ister. NOAA will be responsible for maintain- 1526 Fletcher Rd. Saskatoon, SK, Canada, S7M 5M1 ing a record of the reported modification activi- ties and publishing period summaries of these Tel: 306-934-0101 activities. Fax: 306-978-2339 E-Mail: scitec@eagle.wbm.ca Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 53, 193. 29 7 Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society

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