For a thorough explanation of NCEP operations, NMC Restructures see the paper "The National Centers for Environmen- To encompass a broader spectrum of air-land-sea tal Prediction: Operational Climate, Ocean, and research, modeling, and prediction, the National Me- Weather Prediction for the 21st Century," written by teorological Center (NMC) has restructured its mis- Ronald D. McPherson, director of the NMC (Bull. sion statement and evolved into the National Centers Amer. Meteor. Soc., 75, 363-373). for Environmental Prediction (NCEP). The change was official on 1 October 1994. The NCEP comprises eight components: six ser- 1995 Meteorological Calendar vice-oriented centers and two central support centers. Twelve weather-inspired photographs taken at vari- The six service centers are the Storm Prediction ous locations worldwide have been collected and Center, Hydrometeorological Prediction Center, Avia- presented in the 1995 Meteorological Calendar. The tion Weather Center, Tropical Prediction Center and calendar, produced by the Royal Meteorological Soci- National Hurricane Center, Marine Prediction Center, ety in conjunction with the U.K. Meteorological Office, and Climate Prediction Center. Each will focus on an contains color photographs of weather events, such aspect of operational environmental prediction, as as several different cloud types at sunrise and sunset, implied by each respective center's
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