University of Alabama in Huntsville were observed. One of the features of these tornadoes The March meeting was held at the University of was the evolution of the vortices at the apex of the Alabama in Huntsville's (UAH) atmospheric sciences bow structure evident in the NEXRAD imagery.—Jeff classroom in the Global Hydrology and Climate Cen- Lerner. ter (GHCC). The chapter is a recently formed student chapter representing a broad cross section of mem- Wrigh t Memorial bers reflecting the diverse scientific makeup of the Chapter President Jason Tuell welcomed over 35 GHCC and the surrounding community. Since its in- members to the meeting on 6 March 1997. ception in April 1996, monthly meetings have been Tuell introduced the evening's guest speaker, Lt. held on a regular basis. Col . Andy White from the NOAA WSR-88D NEXRAD Operational Support Facility in Norman, Chapter President Jeff Lerner summarized old and Oklahoma. White told the group that the WSR-88D new chapter business during the first segment of the Program is a triagency cooperative effort with the De- meeting. After chapter business, Brian Peters, warn- ing coordination meteorologist at the Birmingham Na- partment of Defense, Federal Aviation Administration, tional Weather Service Forecast Office
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: May 1, 1997
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