Ardas h Deepak, founder, of the Journal of Physical Oceanography, replaces president, and chief executive officer distinguished professor (emeritus) Robert J. Renard, of Science and Technology Corp. who retired in July. The meteorology department (STC), a Hampton high tech offers Master of Science degree programs in company, has been selected by the meteorology and in meteorology and physical Small Business Administration oceanography (joint degree with the Oceanography Richmond District Office as Department). The department has twelve teaching Virginia's Outstanding Minority faculty, six adjunct research professors, and a technical Entrepreneur for 1990. This award was presented to support staff of twenty. Both Visiting Scientist and Deepak at the 7th Annual Virginia Regional Minority Navy-sponsored Research Chair programs are an Supplier Development Council's Minority Input integral part of the department's operation. The PhD Committee's Corporate Awards Banquet at the program in the department is active with Navy and Air Richmond Marriott Hotel on 4 October 1990. The Force officers, DOD civilians, and internationals among award recognizes the outstanding achievements of its recent graduates. Deepak and STC in the development of a viable business enterprise in a great competitive market. James M. McKenzie is now employed by the United Methodist Church as the pastor of a two church charge in Byers and Petrolia, Texas. McKenzie, a former Air Robert L. Haney has been appointed chairman of the Force Meteorologist, has been active in meteorological Department of Meteorology at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California. Haney, a professor of work since retiring from the Air Force in 1970. He has meteorology at NPS since 1971 and a former co-editor worked in the construction field and in environmental meteorology. Anyone wishing to contact McKenzie may do so by writing P.O. Box 238, Byers, Texas 76357, or calling (817) 529-6106. Marta Systems Corporation Members Satellite Services & Workstations WSI Corporation, Kavouras Inc., and Alden Electronics, Inc. have been selected by the National KU-Band Satellite Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National GOE S Imagery Service Weather Service (NOAA/NWS) as companies to • $99.00/month distribute Doppler radar data nationally for the next ten • 18"-30" antenna years to external users from the government's new network of Next Generation Radars (NEXRAD). These • Standard GOES-TAP format corporations will be part of the NEXRAD Information Dissemination System (NIDS), and will distribute Complet e Systems and Software NEXRAD data, which consists of precipitation for VGA & DOS reflectivity, Doppler imagery, and integrated rainfall • Satellite imagery data. The new WSR-88D Doppler radars will eventually • DIFAX replace the current network of WSR-57 and WSR-74 weather radars nationwide. The NWS plans to begin • Radar operating the first three NEXRAD sites (Norman, • NWS Alphanumeric products Oklahoma; Sterling, Virginia; and Melbourne, Florida) • BLM Lightning in mid-1991. 15500 W. Telegraph Rd., A4 Santa Paula, CA 93060 Members are encouraged to submit news items about themselves PH (805) 933-1270 • FAX (805) 933-1792 or colleagues that will be of interest to fellow members. Copy Satellite Services (805) 525-GOES should be typed double-spaced; photos should accompany news items when possible.--A/ews Editor 1724 Vol. 71, No. 12, December 1990
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Dec 1, 1990
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