The March 1939 BULLETIN* contained the proceedings of the June 1938 meeting in Kansas City, including this photograph: PHOTOGRAPH OF THE KANSAS CITY MEETING, JUNE 1938 Front row, left to right A. J. Myers P. H. Kutschenreuter J. N. Mitchell R. H. Weightman I. F. MacGruder Mrs. G. H. Primmer *L. A. Warren M. V. Robins Third row, *M. W. Ellett Mrs. W. J. Fitzgibbons R. M. Mills G. K. Greening R. T. Gillam left to right *E. M. Rampey C. O. Schick Clarence Lang *F. J. Lynch C. E. Buell Ross Miller *J. H. Aldrich Mrs. T. R. Reed A. L. Lorenz M. H. Shearer W. W. McDowell Mrs. J. N. Mitchell T. R. Reed H. W. Ball *E. S. Hanlon *R. S. Harris *G. R. Parkinson V. E. Jakl H. T. Collman E. M. Vernon John M. Allison Edmund Lewis *E. O. Meyer C. F. Van Thullenar W. C. Hickman *S. E. Cravens George Primmer G. F. Taylor Stephen Lichtblau W. L. Thompson S. D. Flora *T. A. Lawler W. H. Fallon C. W. Thornthwaite Bertam S. Barnes R. J. Younkin W. S. Belden William Swayne H. C. Winburn J. J. George T. G. Shipman F. V. Jones *N. E. Lieurance R. L. Richardson C. P. Linder L. L. Means H. B. Kasfer C. E. Hadley *J. E. Hovde *A. M. Hamrick Merrill Bernard *L. T. Rogers L. A. Sykes Back row, Second row, H. R. Byers J. M. Sherier B. R. Laskowski T. A. Blair left to right left to right C. F. Sarle K. K. Baird *A. J. Knarr *W. J. Ware E. E. Mangusson Mrs. Ross Miller C. D. Reed W. R. Gregg *A. L. Cochrane A. F. Spilhaus J. S. Hambleton S. W. Rampy L. W. Isom *S. E. Ekblaw G. M. French Jerome Van de Erve Jerome Namias *E. J. Minser Grover B. Selvidge *A. R. Lowery D. C. Cameron W. J. Fitzgibbons C.-G. Rossby C. F. Brooks E. L. Hardy *R. L. Sharpton D. Z. Zimmerman E. D. Emigh Ben Holzman *E. J. Christie C. L. Howard A. W. Throgmorton W H w-hH. A r i S n ci the Ka nsas f 1 * Seminar not included in the picture were also the following of the Kansas City Seminar: R. V. Lawrence, L. O. Oliver, G. V. Sachse, D K W. H. Wehrie, A C. King Russell Slocum Roberta Lutz, Howard Speer, E. P. Lewis, Burton Lovan, Donald Hawley, D. R. Eldridge, G. A. Holligsworth, J F Albert A C Peterson W E Howell, D. H. McCoskey, D. B. Freeman, J. P. Edstrand, M. Monsees, W. D. Batchelor, R. E. Welsh, J. H. Brandt, W. E. Schmitz R D Stull C A Cocks merson, w. t * Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 20, 130. 25 years ago New Agreement on Meteorological Satellite System* Luther H. Hodges, Secretary of Commerce, and James E. Webb, Under the new agreement, NASA will develop the spacecraft to administrator of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, specifications and requirements established by the Weather Bureau and recently signed an agreement defining the roles of the two agencies in will be responsible for placing the satellites in orbit. The Weather the conduct and development of the National Operational Meteorolog- Bureau will determine the schedule of launches and the information to ical Satellite System (NOMSS). The weather satellite system, based be gathered by the satellite instruments. Once a weather satellite is in on NAS A developed TIROS technology, is expected to be in operation orbit, the Bureau will operate and control the system and will analyze, in 1965, and will provide daily weather information for use by me- process and distribute the data. teorological services throughout the world. The two agencies have already begun work on development of the Operational Weather Satellite System. Secretary Hodge s said that, com- pared with earlier programs, this joint system will save the Department o f Commerce, and hence the taxpayers, some $125,000,000 over a five-yea r period. NAS A is continuing its research and development on ne w satellite technology to permit improvement and eventual replace- : Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 45, 176-77. ment of this first operational system. • Bulletin American Meteorological Society
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Mar 1, 1989
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