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Chapter News Cap e Canaveral Environmental Quality Management, Inc., was the The June meeting of the Cape Canaveral chapter of featured speaker. Schewe spoke on a number of the AMS was held at the Enlisted Beach Club at topics related to air-pollution monitoring and forecast- Patrick Air Force Base on 18 June. The meeting was ing. The strength in pollutant dispersal. By using an called to order by President Kevin Atchison. Twenty- acoustic radar, coupled with a variety of instruments eight people attended the meeting. Minutes of the May mounted on a tower, Schewe monitored the develop- meeting and the treasurer's report were not given. ment of these inversions over the foothills of the Rocky Bart Hagemeyer form the Melbourne, Florida, of- Mountains in Colorado. This research added to the fice of the National Weather Service, was the evening's forecasters' ability to predict where and when inver- speaker and presented an interesting talk on the sions are likely to develop. Currently, Schewe does products of the Doppler radar display. He showed and consulting work for a variety of industrial and municipal interpreted various slides of the products seen during clients. He discussed how the smokestack location central Florida's recent hailstorms and http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Cap e Canaveral Environmental Quality Management, Inc., was the The June meeting of the Cape Canaveral chapter of featured speaker. Schewe spoke on a number of the AMS was held at the Enlisted Beach Club at topics related to air-pollution monitoring and forecast- Patrick Air Force Base on 18 June. The meeting was ing. The strength in pollutant dispersal. By using an called to order by President Kevin Atchison. Twenty- acoustic radar, coupled with a variety of instruments eight people attended the meeting. Minutes of the May mounted on a tower, Schewe monitored the develop- meeting and the treasurer's report were not given. ment of these inversions over the foothills of the Rocky Bart Hagemeyer form the Melbourne, Florida, of- Mountains in Colorado. This research added to the fice of the National Weather Service, was the evening's forecasters' ability to predict where and when inver- speaker and presented an interesting talk on the sions are likely to develop. Currently, Schewe does products of the Doppler radar display. He showed and consulting work for a variety of industrial and municipal interpreted various slides of the products seen during clients. He discussed how the smokestack location central Florida's recent hailstorms and

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Aug 1, 1992

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