Greater Miami Riggin demonstrated. The camera showed the time lapse of clouds across the city through the day. Riggin The final meeting for the 1996/1997 chapter year was held on 14 August 1997. The guest speaker was said that she is able to archive these time lapses. She William Gray of Colorado State University. Gray showed some of her favorites, including one that spoke about multidecadal climate change and the showed a thunderstorm develop and stay nearly sta- likely return of more U.S. major hurricanes. Included tionary for several hours. She explained that the time in his discussion were the possible links between cli- lapse takes one picture every 10 s, so she was able to mate phenomena, such as the global "conveyor belt," point out the storm development and dissipation North Atlantic salinity anomalies and El Nino, and within a 30-s time frame. hurricanes.—Fiona Horsfall. Schrader showed videos of some of the different things that can be done using the new computer sys- Cape Canaveral tem. He demonstrated manipulating and modifying The August meeting was held on 27 August 1997 the upper-air sounding. In addition, he performed at the Patrick Air Force Base Enlisted Beach Club. some of
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Oct 1, 1997
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