Wrigh t Memorial fice. His video presentation focused on damage as- Members of the Wright Memorial chapter held their sessment of the 1995 Caribbean hurricanes. fina l meeting of the season at Elsa' s South in The chapter conducted two field trips during the Centerville, Ohio, on 29 May 1996. The guest speaker Spring semester. The 26 February 1996 meeting was was Kelvin Droegemeier from the University of Okla- held at the NW S Valley office. David Theopholis, me- homa. teorologist-in-charge, and Steve Byrd, science opera- Chapter Vice President Harold Elkins opened the tions officer, conducted tours of the facility. Of par- meetin g by highlighting the success of Christina ticular interest was the REACT coordination facili- Specker at the state-level science fair competition. ties to aid in area tornado visual identification via spotters and use of shortwave radio. Also of interest Specker was recognized in three separate divisions for wa s the 0000 UTC launching of the rawinsonde her statistical evaluation of temperature forecasting in balloon. Dayton. Elkins introduced Droegemeier. Droegemeier talked about the Center for Analysis On 29 March, chapter members were guests of Bill and Prediction of Storms (CAPS), which was founded Ranby, meteorologist for Omaha'
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jul 1, 1996
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