25 Years Ago University of Hawaii at Manoa —World Weather Watch. The ICY [International Visiting Agricultural Meteorologist Position Cooperation Year] reports recommend active U.S. The Department of Agronomy and Soil Science, College of participation in the development of a World Weather Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources (CTAHR), Univer- Watch—an international system to observe the world's sity of Hawaii, is seeking a Visiting Agricultural Meteorologist, atmosphere and to communicate and analyze world- for up to a period of 112 time for 1 year, or a full time equivalent. wide weather data rapidly and efficiently. The position is available between now and 31 December 1992. For centuries man's inability to predict weather far The responsibility associated with this opportunity is to participate in jointly-agreed-upon research with the resident enough ahead has caused incalculable human suffer- Agrometeorologist. This research would be related to (a) ing and property damage from storms, floods, and shade houses, (b) measuring and modeling turbulent-transfer other natural disasters. The Congress of the World processes between the atmosphere and various cropping Meteorological Organization is meeting this week to systems including intercropping systems, and/or (c) studying consider plans for the World Weather Watch. The other areas of mutual interest. proposed
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jun 1, 1992
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