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chapter news Miami students basic facts about the atmosphere and mea- The first meeting of the year was held on 24 May surements related to the weather. 1994 at NOAA's National Hurricane Center (NHC) in Eric Swartz and Goeff Shaughnessy, meteorolo- Coral Gables, Florida. Chris Landsea, Colorado State gists with the South Florida Water Management Dis- University (CSU), Fort Collins, Colorado, discussed trict Headquarters, West Palm Beach, Florida, dis- "Aviation Model Biases and the TUTT: Implications for cussed "Operational Weather Forecasting for Water Tropical Cyclone Forecasting," and "Northern Hemi- Management," at the 13 July meeting. sphere Surface Temperatures and Tropical Cyclone William Gray (CSU) was the guest speaker at the Activity: Has Global Warming Changed Tropical Cy- Chapter's 10 August meeting, held at the National clone Activity?" Hurricane Center. He discussed "Multidecadal Cli- On 16 June, NOAA's Atlantic Oceanographic and mate Change and Hurricanes: The Salt Oscillator." Meteorological Laboratory provided the venue for the —Howard Friedman. second meeting of 1994. Brian Rapoza, a science teacher with the Dade County Public Schools Marine Lyndon State College and Science Technology High School (MAST Acad- The first general meeting of the semester was held emy), discussed the use of MAST's Weather-On- on 8 September http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Miami students basic facts about the atmosphere and mea- The first meeting of the year was held on 24 May surements related to the weather. 1994 at NOAA's National Hurricane Center (NHC) in Eric Swartz and Goeff Shaughnessy, meteorolo- Coral Gables, Florida. Chris Landsea, Colorado State gists with the South Florida Water Management Dis- University (CSU), Fort Collins, Colorado, discussed trict Headquarters, West Palm Beach, Florida, dis- "Aviation Model Biases and the TUTT: Implications for cussed "Operational Weather Forecasting for Water Tropical Cyclone Forecasting," and "Northern Hemi- Management," at the 13 July meeting. sphere Surface Temperatures and Tropical Cyclone William Gray (CSU) was the guest speaker at the Activity: Has Global Warming Changed Tropical Cy- Chapter's 10 August meeting, held at the National clone Activity?" Hurricane Center. He discussed "Multidecadal Cli- On 16 June, NOAA's Atlantic Oceanographic and mate Change and Hurricanes: The Salt Oscillator." Meteorological Laboratory provided the venue for the —Howard Friedman. second meeting of 1994. Brian Rapoza, a science teacher with the Dade County Public Schools Marine Lyndon State College and Science Technology High School (MAST Acad- The first general meeting of the semester was held emy), discussed the use of MAST's Weather-On- on 8 September

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Published: Oct 1, 1994

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