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chapter news 4F M B Texas A& M University Kavouras, Inc., of Burnsville, Minnesota. After a brief The first and second meetings of the Spring 1997 business meeting, Jeff Johnson gave a tour to 21 mem- semester were held 28 January and 25 February 1997 bers and guests. The tour included the new radar labo- on the Texas A&M University (TAMU) campus. ratory where Doppler radars are developed and manu- Chapter President Kelly Findeisen officiated at both factured.—Chris S. Orr. meetings. Wright Memorial At the first meeting, undergraduate representative Chapter members gathered on 30 January 1997 to Adam Houston discussed nominations for advising and teaching awards. He also mentioned dates for ham meet three weather service officials from the former radio tests. Findeisen announced upcoming Spring Czechoslovakia. 1997 activities to be storm chasing, forecasting for the The officers were Colonel Slavoj Kassovic, com- school paper, intramural softball, hosting a Skywarn mander of the Slovakian Air Force (SAF) Weather conference, and having a picnic on Parents' Weekend. Service; Lieutenant Colonel Miroslav Hunca, deputy commander of SAF Weather Service; and Captain The featured speaker was Michael Biggerstaff, pro- fessor of meteorology at TAMU. Biggerstaff dis- Ivan Hasicek, deputy commander for communications cussed plans http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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4F M B Texas A& M University Kavouras, Inc., of Burnsville, Minnesota. After a brief The first and second meetings of the Spring 1997 business meeting, Jeff Johnson gave a tour to 21 mem- semester were held 28 January and 25 February 1997 bers and guests. The tour included the new radar labo- on the Texas A&M University (TAMU) campus. ratory where Doppler radars are developed and manu- Chapter President Kelly Findeisen officiated at both factured.—Chris S. Orr. meetings. Wright Memorial At the first meeting, undergraduate representative Chapter members gathered on 30 January 1997 to Adam Houston discussed nominations for advising and teaching awards. He also mentioned dates for ham meet three weather service officials from the former radio tests. Findeisen announced upcoming Spring Czechoslovakia. 1997 activities to be storm chasing, forecasting for the The officers were Colonel Slavoj Kassovic, com- school paper, intramural softball, hosting a Skywarn mander of the Slovakian Air Force (SAF) Weather conference, and having a picnic on Parents' Weekend. Service; Lieutenant Colonel Miroslav Hunca, deputy commander of SAF Weather Service; and Captain The featured speaker was Michael Biggerstaff, pro- fessor of meteorology at TAMU. Biggerstaff dis- Ivan Hasicek, deputy commander for communications cussed plans

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Apr 1, 1997

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