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50 years ago Oceanography Center, in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, be- Weather Satellite Imagery comes the Naval Pacific Meteorology and Oceanogra- phy Center; the Naval Oceanography Command Cen- ter in Rota, Spain, becomes Naval European Meteo- rology and Oceanography Center; and the Naval Oceanography Command Center in Guam becomes the Naval Pacific Meteorology and Oceanography Center West Guam. The regional centers have incorporated the meteo- rological and oceanographic functions in the polar regions currently carried out by the Naval Polar Ocean- ography Center in Suitland, Maryland. The center is now known as the Naval Ice Center. The command's facilities and more than 50 detach- ,mi .mm, ments assume their area's title: the Naval Oceanogra- Example Image, No. 11 in a series (collect them all) phy Command Facility in San Diego, California, be- Satellite: METEOSAT (European), infrared detector Via: METEOSAT WE FAX to GOES-Tap to commercial rebroadcast comes the Naval Pacific Meteorology and Oceanogra- Acquisition: PC with our PCI-600 Satellite Image Ingestion Board phy Facility San Diego; and the Naval Oceanography View: One window of many, using our MEGA VIEW software Comment: Exported as TIFF file to publishing program Detachment in Mayport, Florida, becomes the Naval Atlantic Meteorology and Oceanography Detachment Acquisition • Display • Animation Mayport. Facilities located at Keflavik, Iceland, and Equipment for meteorologists for over 10 years Brunswick, Maine, become Naval Atlantic Meteorol- Write or Northern ogy and Oceanography Detachments. Call for Literature Plans currently exist to create a Naval Training Video and Demo Meteorology and Oceanography Command Facility in Diskette Graphics; inc. Pensacoula, Florida, from an existing detachment and 511 Eleventh Ave. S, Box 92 • MinneapolisMN 55415 • (612) 338-6589 align it with Commander, Naval Education and Train- ing for the administration of detachments located at training and reserve sites. SCRIPPS INSTITUTION OF OCEANOGRAPHY Climate Research Division PROGRAMMER ANALYST II Seeking a Systems Administrator and Graphics Programmer to be responsible for an SGI Onyx workstation; 2-4 DEC Alfas with dis- tributed computing software; an EP Apollo 9000; a DEC 5900 file server; 4-5 DEC 5000's; a 40GB optical jukebox; and various graph- ics/video peripherals. 50 years ago As Graphics Programmer/Consultant, will work with scientists and Los Angeles Seminar Gives $30 fo r Deficit technical staff developing advanced GUI driven analysis utilities and visualization tools for browsing, animating and producing publica- The Treasurer reports the following letter from tion quality output of earth science data, analysis results, and gen- Nelson R. Williams, Secretary-Treasurer of the eral circulation model output. Los Angeles Seminar: The position will be interpreted flexibly in that incumbent with an The Los Angeles Seminar of the American interest in the theoretical background of our particular discipline will be allowed to pursue that interest. Persons with interests in sys- Meteorological Society was notified at the last tems, super computing, graphics, and the physical sciences are meeting concerning the deficit of the national invited to apply by 12/21/93; reference Job #104062-X. UCSD Human Resources, 10280 N. Torrey Pines Rd„ Ste. 266, La Jolla, organization, and voted to contribute to the parent CA 92093-0967. AA/EOE. Hiring salary range: $32,585-$40,755/yr. society a treasury surplus of thirty dollars, a money order for which is enclosed. Universit y of California, San Diego Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 24,392 . Vol. 74, Vol. 12, December 1993 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Oceanography Center, in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, be- Weather Satellite Imagery comes the Naval Pacific Meteorology and Oceanogra- phy Center; the Naval Oceanography Command Cen- ter in Rota, Spain, becomes Naval European Meteo- rology and Oceanography Center; and the Naval Oceanography Command Center in Guam becomes the Naval Pacific Meteorology and Oceanography Center West Guam. The regional centers have incorporated the meteo- rological and oceanographic functions in the polar regions currently carried out by the Naval Polar Ocean- ography Center in Suitland, Maryland. The center is now known as the Naval Ice Center. The command's facilities and more than 50 detach- ,mi .mm, ments assume their area's title: the Naval Oceanogra- Example Image, No. 11 in a series (collect them all) phy Command Facility in San Diego, California, be- Satellite: METEOSAT (European), infrared detector Via: METEOSAT WE FAX to GOES-Tap to commercial rebroadcast comes the Naval Pacific Meteorology and Oceanogra- Acquisition: PC with our PCI-600 Satellite Image Ingestion Board phy Facility San Diego; and the Naval Oceanography View: One window of many, using our MEGA VIEW software Comment: Exported as TIFF file to publishing program Detachment in Mayport, Florida, becomes the Naval Atlantic Meteorology and Oceanography Detachment Acquisition • Display • Animation Mayport. Facilities located at Keflavik, Iceland, and Equipment for meteorologists for over 10 years Brunswick, Maine, become Naval Atlantic Meteorol- Write or Northern ogy and Oceanography Detachments. Call for Literature Plans currently exist to create a Naval Training Video and Demo Meteorology and Oceanography Command Facility in Diskette Graphics; inc. Pensacoula, Florida, from an existing detachment and 511 Eleventh Ave. S, Box 92 • MinneapolisMN 55415 • (612) 338-6589 align it with Commander, Naval Education and Train- ing for the administration of detachments located at training and reserve sites. SCRIPPS INSTITUTION OF OCEANOGRAPHY Climate Research Division PROGRAMMER ANALYST II Seeking a Systems Administrator and Graphics Programmer to be responsible for an SGI Onyx workstation; 2-4 DEC Alfas with dis- tributed computing software; an EP Apollo 9000; a DEC 5900 file server; 4-5 DEC 5000's; a 40GB optical jukebox; and various graph- ics/video peripherals. 50 years ago As Graphics Programmer/Consultant, will work with scientists and Los Angeles Seminar Gives $30 fo r Deficit technical staff developing advanced GUI driven analysis utilities and visualization tools for browsing, animating and producing publica- The Treasurer reports the following letter from tion quality output of earth science data, analysis results, and gen- Nelson R. Williams, Secretary-Treasurer of the eral circulation model output. Los Angeles Seminar: The position will be interpreted flexibly in that incumbent with an The Los Angeles Seminar of the American interest in the theoretical background of our particular discipline will be allowed to pursue that interest. Persons with interests in sys- Meteorological Society was notified at the last tems, super computing, graphics, and the physical sciences are meeting concerning the deficit of the national invited to apply by 12/21/93; reference Job #104062-X. UCSD Human Resources, 10280 N. Torrey Pines Rd„ Ste. 266, La Jolla, organization, and voted to contribute to the parent CA 92093-0967. AA/EOE. Hiring salary range: $32,585-$40,755/yr. society a treasury surplus of thirty dollars, a money order for which is enclosed. Universit y of California, San Diego Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 24,392 . Vol. 74, Vol. 12, December 1993

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