AMS Short Course Now Available on VHS represents the largest single in situ collection of strato- The 1992 AMS short course, "Use and Interpreta- spheric trace gas samples. The resulting analyzed tion of WSR-88D Products," held in June 1992 in San data is the most extensive database available to the Diego, California, is now available on a series of VHS scientific community to date. cassettes. The first cassette contains the short course Approximately 1000 whole air samples were col- introduction and overview by Ron Alberty, director of lected during the years 1973 to 1983 under Project National Weather Service Operations Support Facility AIRSTREAM. This project was part of EML's (at that (OSF), in Norman, Oklahoma. The second cassette is time called the Health and Safety Laboratory/HASL) a presentation of the physics of the WSR-88D Doppler research effort to investigate the impact of the injection by Don Burgess, chief of operations branch, OSF. Joe of radionuclides and stable compounds into the strato- Kendall, chief of the training branch, OSF, presents sphere. One or more of the following compounds were "The NEXRAD Information Dissemination Service: analyzed in each sample: CCI F, CCI F , CCI , N 0, 3 2 2
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Apr 1, 1993
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