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about our members 1304 Vol. 70, No. 10, October 1989 out that with the advances in electronics, aircraft have become more susceptible to transient electric currents. In March, Jerry Jensen of JAYCOR told us about data sources for the amateur meteorologist. In addi- tion to dial-up services from private corporations, weather data is also obtainable on shortwave radio. Donald E. Hinsman completed his tour as commanding officer of The trick is to obtain these frequencies. Jenson indi- the Naval Polar Oceanography cated where to find publications listing weather data Center and director of the Navy/ frequences. NOA A Joint Ice Center and re- In April we went to Dayton Upper Air (station tired after 21 years of active duty 72429) in Huber Heights, Ohio, for a radiosonde naval service. He has assumed launch, with Chuck Hansen. the position as senior scientific Our final meeting of the season was a May luncheon officer in the Satellite Activities in Fairborn, Ohio. Jim Hoke of the National Mete- Office within the World Weather Watch, World Me- orological Center (NMC) discussed numerical teorological Organization (WMO), Geneva, Switz- weather prediction at NMC. We learned that sea erland. As the senior scientific officer, Hinsman will level pressure forecast http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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1304 Vol. 70, No. 10, October 1989 out that with the advances in electronics, aircraft have become more susceptible to transient electric currents. In March, Jerry Jensen of JAYCOR told us about data sources for the amateur meteorologist. In addi- tion to dial-up services from private corporations, weather data is also obtainable on shortwave radio. Donald E. Hinsman completed his tour as commanding officer of The trick is to obtain these frequencies. Jenson indi- the Naval Polar Oceanography cated where to find publications listing weather data Center and director of the Navy/ frequences. NOA A Joint Ice Center and re- In April we went to Dayton Upper Air (station tired after 21 years of active duty 72429) in Huber Heights, Ohio, for a radiosonde naval service. He has assumed launch, with Chuck Hansen. the position as senior scientific Our final meeting of the season was a May luncheon officer in the Satellite Activities in Fairborn, Ohio. Jim Hoke of the National Mete- Office within the World Weather Watch, World Me- orological Center (NMC) discussed numerical teorological Organization (WMO), Geneva, Switz- weather prediction at NMC. We learned that sea erland. As the senior scientific officer, Hinsman will level pressure forecast

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