Abridged text of speech given at the 74th AMS Annual Meeting, 18 January 1993 in Anaheim, California

Abridged text of speech given at the 74th AMS Annual Meeting, 18 January 1993 in Anaheim, California speech Abridged text of speech given at the 74th AMS Annual Meeting, 18 January 1993 in Anaheim, California AMS President Robert Ryan Nino'?" "How does the climate-ocean system affect Let me start with the most remembered quote of the food supplies?" and on and on. 1992 vice-presidential campaign: "Who am I? .. . Why I think we can all agree that studying, or talking am I here?" I'd like to take Admiral Stockdale's words about, our fluid sciences is as exciting today as it ever a bit further by saying, "Who are we, and why are we has been. New technologies allow those of us in the here?" I think we are all here because we care about applied arena to rapidly utilize new research findings the science many of us love. We are a diverse lot that and tools and to share them with the general public. includes operational forecasters, fundamental re- Name any other science where the "person in the searchers, academicians, applied researchers, pri- street" has at least some familiarity with its instruments vate sector consultants, and even broadcasters. and concepts the way people do in meteorology, where they are routinely exposed to satellite imagery, Our http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

Abridged text of speech given at the 74th AMS Annual Meeting, 18 January 1993 in Anaheim, California

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speech Abridged text of speech given at the 74th AMS Annual Meeting, 18 January 1993 in Anaheim, California AMS President Robert Ryan Nino'?" "How does the climate-ocean system affect Let me start with the most remembered quote of the food supplies?" and on and on. 1992 vice-presidential campaign: "Who am I? .. . Why I think we can all agree that studying, or talking am I here?" I'd like to take Admiral Stockdale's words about, our fluid sciences is as exciting today as it ever a bit further by saying, "Who are we, and why are we has been. New technologies allow those of us in the here?" I think we are all here because we care about applied arena to rapidly utilize new research findings the science many of us love. We are a diverse lot that and tools and to share them with the general public. includes operational forecasters, fundamental re- Name any other science where the "person in the searchers, academicians, applied researchers, pri- street" has at least some familiarity with its instruments vate sector consultants, and even broadcasters. and concepts the way people do in meteorology, where they are routinely exposed to satellite imagery, Our

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Published: Apr 1, 1993

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