198 Vol. 7 7, No. 2, February 1990 Acknowledgments. Each day began with a weather briefing pro- of this conference. Participation of many precollege teachers in vided by personnel of the NOA A National Weather Service Fore- this conference was made possible through NSF Grant No. TPE- cast Office, Washington, D.C., assisted by personnel of ESD, Inc.; 8950324 from the Directorate for Science and Engineering Edu- the AM S extends its thanks to both organizations for their support cation of the National Science Foundation. Canadian Weather Calendar Atlas of FGGE Diagnostics This year's calendar celebrates the 150th anniversary An atlas of FGGE Diagnostics, presenting conven- of continuous weather observation in Canada. For tional and transformed Eulerian diagnostics every 12 each day of the year, there are informative and hours from 1 December 1978 OOz through 29 amusing weather anecdotes, the majority of which November 1979, 12z, has been prepared by Richard L. Pfeffer and H.I. Lu. The first half of the atlas are new, from Canada and around the globe. In contains a sequence of daily 500 mb contour charts addition, each month features a question to test your and 12-hourly meridional cross-sections of the zonal weather "quotient/' This
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Feb 1, 1990
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