Vol. 70,, No. 7, July 1989 Next our staff meteorologist, Eric Horst, spoke about our new ESD system. He briefly discussed how to use it and what it could do. The meeting closed with Russell DeSouza speaking about our MclDAS system. The next meeting was held on 29 March 1989. W e discussed Earth Day to be held 15 April 1989 METEOROLOGISTS with activities including lectures about the earth, ocean, and atmosphere. The meeting ended with the & SCIENTISTS video "The Strange New Science of Chaos on NOVA/' Lockhee d is developin g the Tactical The meeting held 13 April featured guest speaker Environmenta l Suppor t System (3) John Lanicci and two recruiters from the Harrisburg fo r th e U.S. Navy, an d th e Mar k IVB Office of the Air Force. Lanicci's talk informed the group of diverse meteorological opportunities in the Tactica l Weathe r Processing Air Force, and how to enter into these positions. Termina l for th e U.S. Ai r Force. Ou r evolvin g research an d development Utah area s includ e senso r technology The 20 April meeting was held in the Salt Lake City displa y technolog
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jul 1, 1989
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