about our members

about our members The Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Award, to James Franklin of Miami, a hurricane spe- Science at the University of Miami announced that cialist at the weather service's National Hurricane Cen- Lynne D. Talley of the Scripps Institution of Ocean- ter (NHC), at the 2001 Hurricane Season Opening ography in La Jolla, California, was awarded the press conference in Washington, D.C., on 21 May Rosenstiel Award for excellence in physical oceanog- 2001. Franklin was recognized for improving the ac- raphy. Talley specializes in the study of the large-scale curacy of hurricane forecasting through the innovative ocean circulation. Among her many accomplishments application of Global Positioning System technology. is her lead role in the international World Ocean Cir- Each year the NWS recognizes employees for op- culatio n Experiment erational excellence in the delivery of products and (WOCE) of the 1990s and services in support of the weather service mission. her efforts to ensure the Franklin pioneered the analysis of data from the legacy of WOCE by orga- nation's hurricane hunting aircraft to measure the vio- nizin g the following lent heart of the storm. The aircraft deploy analysi s and synthesis dropwindsondes (for drop wind sounding) into hurri- http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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The Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Award, to James Franklin of Miami, a hurricane spe- Science at the University of Miami announced that cialist at the weather service's National Hurricane Cen- Lynne D. Talley of the Scripps Institution of Ocean- ter (NHC), at the 2001 Hurricane Season Opening ography in La Jolla, California, was awarded the press conference in Washington, D.C., on 21 May Rosenstiel Award for excellence in physical oceanog- 2001. Franklin was recognized for improving the ac- raphy. Talley specializes in the study of the large-scale curacy of hurricane forecasting through the innovative ocean circulation. Among her many accomplishments application of Global Positioning System technology. is her lead role in the international World Ocean Cir- Each year the NWS recognizes employees for op- culatio n Experiment erational excellence in the delivery of products and (WOCE) of the 1990s and services in support of the weather service mission. her efforts to ensure the Franklin pioneered the analysis of data from the legacy of WOCE by orga- nation's hurricane hunting aircraft to measure the vio- nizin g the following lent heart of the storm. The aircraft deploy analysi s and synthesis dropwindsondes (for drop wind sounding) into hurri-

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