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chapter news <r i im&M m, Central Arizona trip. Frederick explained that on the way to Texas the Robert Balling of Arizona State University Office group was located in a slight risk area for severe of Climatology was the guest speaker at the 9 May weather. However, no storms of significance devel- 1996 meeting. He provided an update on recent trends oped and the group headed for Oklahoma City. in the international debate over global warming and According to Frederick, while the group was in discussed the direction in which the debate seems to Oklahoma City they were located between two areas be headed. Balling said that the debate over global that had the potential to produce severe thunderstorms. warming generally involves two sets of factors, where He explained that the group had to decide whether to some individuals fear that anthropogenic activity is follow the dry lin e into Texas or head toward Kansas. significantly enhancing the natural processes of glo- The group decided to move toward Texas; however, bal warming, while other authorities on the subject as they did so, severe thunderstorms erupted over east- maintain that the human-induced contributions pale ern Kansas. Westendorf explained how cumulus in comparison http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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<r i im&M m, Central Arizona trip. Frederick explained that on the way to Texas the Robert Balling of Arizona State University Office group was located in a slight risk area for severe of Climatology was the guest speaker at the 9 May weather. However, no storms of significance devel- 1996 meeting. He provided an update on recent trends oped and the group headed for Oklahoma City. in the international debate over global warming and According to Frederick, while the group was in discussed the direction in which the debate seems to Oklahoma City they were located between two areas be headed. Balling said that the debate over global that had the potential to produce severe thunderstorms. warming generally involves two sets of factors, where He explained that the group had to decide whether to some individuals fear that anthropogenic activity is follow the dry lin e into Texas or head toward Kansas. significantly enhancing the natural processes of glo- The group decided to move toward Texas; however, bal warming, while other authorities on the subject as they did so, severe thunderstorms erupted over east- maintain that the human-induced contributions pale ern Kansas. Westendorf explained how cumulus in comparison

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Published: Sep 1, 1996

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