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announcements NCDC Announces Climatic Data Online Symposium held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in No- vember 1998, where scientists fro m over 20 countries The National Climatic Data Center announces the presented their research. Climatic Data Online (CDO) system, with a full pe- The special Board on the Urban Environment in- riod of record digital data for five types of climatic cludes within its interests urban vegetation-atmo- data: U.S. daily surface data,U.S. monthly surface data, sphere interactions, turbulent transport and dispersion U.S. hourly precipitation data, U.S. 15-min precipita- tion data, and global monthly surface data. Data fro m processes (in urban areas and around buildings), ur- as early as the late 1800s are available, and each dataset ban air quality (urban airshed modeling and urban air is updated as soon as the latest data are available. Data chemistry), measurement challenges and observations can be selected by region (country, state, climate di- techniques in urban environments, urban winds and vision, county, and station) and by time period (e.g., circulation systems, mesoscale interactions between year, month, day). Data can be provided in a space or cities and their surroundings, the energy and water comma-delimited format (easy import into spread- balance of cities, the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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10.1175/1520-0477-80.11.2384
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NCDC Announces Climatic Data Online Symposium held in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in No- vember 1998, where scientists fro m over 20 countries The National Climatic Data Center announces the presented their research. Climatic Data Online (CDO) system, with a full pe- The special Board on the Urban Environment in- riod of record digital data for five types of climatic cludes within its interests urban vegetation-atmo- data: U.S. daily surface data,U.S. monthly surface data, sphere interactions, turbulent transport and dispersion U.S. hourly precipitation data, U.S. 15-min precipita- tion data, and global monthly surface data. Data fro m processes (in urban areas and around buildings), ur- as early as the late 1800s are available, and each dataset ban air quality (urban airshed modeling and urban air is updated as soon as the latest data are available. Data chemistry), measurement challenges and observations can be selected by region (country, state, climate di- techniques in urban environments, urban winds and vision, county, and station) and by time period (e.g., circulation systems, mesoscale interactions between year, month, day). Data can be provided in a space or cities and their surroundings, the energy and water comma-delimited format (easy import into spread- balance of cities, the

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Nov 1, 1999

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