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25 years ago . . . index to advertisers The May 1965 Bulletin carried a summary of the 45th Annual Meet- ing, held in New York in January 1965. Accompanying the summary c2 Alden Electronics were the following picture and caption: c3 Atmospheric Instrumentation and Research, Inc. c4 Belfort Instrument Company Concluding his banquet address, Dr. Verner E. Suomi drinks a toast 790 Airborne Research Associates, Inc. 733 A. Deepak Publishing to international co-operation. The drinking horn was a gift from Soviet 701 Academic Press meteorologists during his 1964 trip to the U.S.S.R. with the group 711 Applied Environmetrics 737 Audience Research & Development headed by Dr. Robert M. White. Dr. Suomi spoke lucidly from notes 708 Elsevier Science Publishing Co., Inc. but did not have a text prepared for publication in this issue. Another 713 Institute for Scientific Information 708 Ludlum view of the trip, that of Dr. Louis J. Battan, will be published in the 741 National Center for Atmospheric Research June BULLETIN. 739 Northern Video Graphics Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 46, 242. 710 Remtech 736 Rotronic Instrument Corp. 739 Seascape 698 Silicon Graphics 735 Setra Systems 740 Teledyne Energy Systems 697 Vaisala 50 years ago.. . 738 WSI Corporation 734 Zephr AMS Publications, Preprints, etc. One of three "announcements" in the May 1940 Bulletin was the following: 696 Atmospheric Processes over Complex Terrain The U.S. Department of Agriculture graduate school is at present 700 Global Climate/Atmosphere Charts and Overhead Manual 707 Lectures on Air Pollution Modeling offering courses in dynamic meteorology (C. G. Rossby, H. R. Byers, 743 NEXRAD Short Course H. Wexler); climatology (C. Warren Thornthwaite): and synoptic 712 Probing the Atmospheric Boundary Layer weather analysis (H. R. Byers and B.C . Haynes), laboratory course. 694 Radar in Meteorology 742 Recent WMO Publications —C. F.B. • 695 International Cloud Atlas II Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 21, 214. 759 Weather Satellites: Systems, Data, and Environmental Applications Potential Probe Potential Probe Optical Intracloud on 20 m tower Mast Assembly Lightning Detector This low maintenance system with no moving parts A n instrument that observes intra- measures electric potential due to thunderclouds or cloud (IC) and cloud-ground (CG) fl- other sources. When mounted above much of the screen- ashes day or night. IC, invisible in ing layer space charge, it predicts lightning more daylight, begins 10-20 min before CG, reliably than ground systems. Can replace field mills and is 10 times as numerous. IC is and be used in multistation arrays under PC control. not reported by VLF mapping networks. Airborne Research Associates 46 Kendal Common Road, Weston, MA 02193 617-890-158 8 Vol. 7 7, No. 5, May 1990 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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index to advertisers The May 1965 Bulletin carried a summary of the 45th Annual Meet- ing, held in New York in January 1965. Accompanying the summary c2 Alden Electronics were the following picture and caption: c3 Atmospheric Instrumentation and Research, Inc. c4 Belfort Instrument Company Concluding his banquet address, Dr. Verner E. Suomi drinks a toast 790 Airborne Research Associates, Inc. 733 A. Deepak Publishing to international co-operation. The drinking horn was a gift from Soviet 701 Academic Press meteorologists during his 1964 trip to the U.S.S.R. with the group 711 Applied Environmetrics 737 Audience Research & Development headed by Dr. Robert M. White. Dr. Suomi spoke lucidly from notes 708 Elsevier Science Publishing Co., Inc. but did not have a text prepared for publication in this issue. Another 713 Institute for Scientific Information 708 Ludlum view of the trip, that of Dr. Louis J. Battan, will be published in the 741 National Center for Atmospheric Research June BULLETIN. 739 Northern Video Graphics Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 46, 242. 710 Remtech 736 Rotronic Instrument Corp. 739 Seascape 698 Silicon Graphics 735 Setra Systems 740 Teledyne Energy Systems 697 Vaisala 50 years ago.. . 738 WSI Corporation 734 Zephr AMS Publications, Preprints, etc. One of three "announcements" in the May 1940 Bulletin was the following: 696 Atmospheric Processes over Complex Terrain The U.S. Department of Agriculture graduate school is at present 700 Global Climate/Atmosphere Charts and Overhead Manual 707 Lectures on Air Pollution Modeling offering courses in dynamic meteorology (C. G. Rossby, H. R. Byers, 743 NEXRAD Short Course H. Wexler); climatology (C. Warren Thornthwaite): and synoptic 712 Probing the Atmospheric Boundary Layer weather analysis (H. R. Byers and B.C . Haynes), laboratory course. 694 Radar in Meteorology 742 Recent WMO Publications —C. F.B. • 695 International Cloud Atlas II Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 21, 214. 759 Weather Satellites: Systems, Data, and Environmental Applications Potential Probe Potential Probe Optical Intracloud on 20 m tower Mast Assembly Lightning Detector This low maintenance system with no moving parts A n instrument that observes intra- measures electric potential due to thunderclouds or cloud (IC) and cloud-ground (CG) fl- other sources. When mounted above much of the screen- ashes day or night. IC, invisible in ing layer space charge, it predicts lightning more daylight, begins 10-20 min before CG, reliably than ground systems. Can replace field mills and is 10 times as numerous. IC is and be used in multistation arrays under PC control. not reported by VLF mapping networks. Airborne Research Associates 46 Kendal Common Road, Weston, MA 02193 617-890-158 8 Vol. 7 7, No. 5, May 1990

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