Central North Carolina 50 km east of Wichita. The program was sponsored The final meeting of the 2000-01 chapter year was by the National Science Foundation (NSF), the Army held at the North Carolina Supercomputing Center on Research Office, the National Center for Atmospheric 19 April 2001. Chapter Chairman John White called Researc h (NCAR), the National Oceanic and the meeting to order with 35 members and guests in Atmospheric's ETL, and the Argon and Los Alamos attendance. Chapter Treasurer Richard Jones collected National Laboratories. Bach listed the goals of the payments for the 10 May 2001 banquet and announced project as follows: 1) Evaluate the time history of grav- the deadline for payment as 1 May 2001. The dead- ity waves, turbulence, and associated flows in the noc- line for election nominations was announced as 23 turnal boundary layer (BL); 2) Measure the heat, April 2001. Election ballots were sent out via e-mail moisture, and momentum fluxes in the nocturnal BL; after that time. Chapter Secretary Mike Brennan read 3) Evaluate the extent of surface homogeneity in a very the minutes from the March meeting and they were stable BL; 4) Measure and study stability transitions and approved.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Sep 1, 2001
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