Letter From Headqutersar Recusing Dta a in the Deveo l ping Wo Rl D e all know that historical weather data are criti- extracted and entered into NOAA’s National Climatic cal in establishing regional weather patterns Data Center digital database. W to forecast weather effectively as well as to The work being done by iEDr O represents a understand regional climate for planning purposes. wonderful example of what makes me proud to be For large par ts of the developing world, historical par t of this community. Many of us go into the at- weather data exist, but they have not been digitized mospheric and related sciences because we couple and analyzed, so they have not contributed to our an intense interest in science with a strong desire understanding of the weather and climate in those to have a direct impact on humanity. That is par t of regions. We cannot hope to help improve agriculture, what makes this community so special, and why AMS, health care, and water management in those areas iEDr O, and other nonprofit organizations can count without the historical data that must underpin suc- so heavily on volunteer suppor t for their programs cessful
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Apr 1, 2010
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