Houston Central Texas The guest speakerforthe November meeting of the The first meeting of the 1991-92 chapter year was Houston chapter of the AMS was Paul Jannish of held at the Austin Steak 'n Ale Restaurant on 17 Texas A&M University. Jannish recently completed a September 1991. Troy Kimmel, chief meteorologist at master of science in meteorology. During his time at KVUE-24, showed videotape of recent national and A&M, Jannish participated in research efforts at the local severe weather events. Cooperative Institute for Applied Meteorological Stud- The October meeting was held at the Austin Steak ies (CIAMS). CIAMS is a coordinated effort between 'n Ale Restaurant on 22 October 1991. The featured the Southern Region National Weather Service and speaker was John Patton, National Weather Service Texas A&M University. The purpose of this joint meteorologist at the Forecast Office in San Antonio. venture is to research applied meteorological themes Patton addressed several hydrologic topics, including and improve forecasting techniques and capabilities. some heavy rain events in central Texas and flood Jannish has been studying the performance of the emergency preparedness issues. nested-grid model (NGM) during the Gulf of Mexico The November meeting was held at Austin's KXAN- return flow
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Mar 1, 1992
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