Houston years: thunderstorms, ocean equatorial fronts, tropical systems, von Karman vortices, etc. The list filled the The general announcements at the 21 October 1999 evening with fantastic photography. meeting included the officer greeting, a reminder to pay dues, and a rundown of the upcoming meetings. Runco said that there are 2000^1-000 images taken Wayne Baggett won the annual drawing that is held during an average mission with about 15,000 of those for the first 25 people who pay their dues. The monthly being radar images. The OES analyzes all the photos to determine what they are. There are many people door prize winners were Bryan Batson and Don who use the photographs to add to their studies. One Dzelenka. To prepare for the AMS Annual Meeting conclusion learned from photograph analysis is that in January 2000, suggestions and volunteers were asked to put together the local chapter poster display. there is no relationship between sunglints and submarines. Creating a speakers bureau for the Houston area was also discussed. It would consist of a list of names of For the future, the new space station has been de- volunteers who are willing to fulfill speaker requests signed with a specified
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Apr 1, 2000
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