Northeast Ohio being an agenda item for the April meeting. The next The last meeting of the Northeast Ohio (NEO) meeting was planned for 5 March. chapter of the AMS was held at Kent State University (KSU) Geography Department on 29 January 1991. Washington, D.C. Having the meeting at KSU gave the membership an The Washington, D.C. chapter of the AMS held its opportunity to view the facilities of the new KSU fourth meeting of the season on 23 January in the new Atmospheric Science Laboratory. Tom Schmidlin gave NOAA Silver Spring Metro Center and focused on a tour of the facility to the group and demonstrated the "Doppier Radar, the National Weather Service and the use and capabilities of the equipment. Several of Media." Schmidlin's graduate students gave presentations on In February 1992, the NEXRAD Information Dis- the climatological research projects they are conduct- semination System (NIDS) will become available and ing. provide high-resolution storm/weather information The membership discussed the Jr. Science Olym- through vendors to the media. Naturally, everyone piad and the Northeast Ohio Science and Engineering was interested to learn how the media planned to use Fair and decided to participate this year. A gift to
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Apr 1, 1992
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