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continuing education Introduction to Commercial Meteorology for Univer- cial meteorological services, customer service in com- sity Faculty. WeatherData, Inc. of Wichita, Kansas, mercial meteorology, how nonmeteorologists view will offer an "Introduction to Commercial Meteorol- meteorology, basics of weather forecasting, and ap- ogy for University Faculty" workshop at their office plied remote sensing. A special dinner and an in Wichita on 19-22 May 1999. The goal is to bridge "Evening in Space" program hosted by WeatherData, the gap between the private sector and faculty so stu- Inc. and The Kansas Cosmosphere & Space Center dents can be better prepared to work in applied me- will be included. To apply, send a letter of applica- teorology in general and commercial meteorology in tion by 15 March 1999 stating your desire to partici- particular. pate and describing how this experience will assist you This three-and-one-half day course will include in preparing your students for careers in commercial material on history of commercial meteorology, cli- or applied meteorology. Address letters to Linda Koch ents' weather information needs, philosophy of at WeatherData, Inc., 245 N. Waco St., Suite 310, weather broadcasting, economic value of weather Wichita, KS 67202; telephone: 316-265-9127; fax: products, basics of storm warnings, types of commer- 316- 265-1949. In the November issue of the Bulletin, an an- nouncement appeared for the Weatherman's Classi c Golf Tournament to benefit the Children's Weather Museum. The phone num- ber listed for Steve Randle was his home phone number, and he is no longer with the company. MEASUREMENT S FOR ALL REASONS For information regarding the tournament, call 713-529-3076 or 1-800-44-STORM. mm NO U The Bulletin relies on its readership for timely infor- mation on current events, member news, chapter happenings, conferences, and science fairs, and work- shops. • News and Notes transducer s and digital barometers • About Our Members Whether you are calibrating altimeters, to microprocessor-based instruments monitoring environmental conditions or • Chapter News and indicators. These instruments are keeping an eye on the weather, Setra has the pressure transducer to do the unmatched in accuracy (to .02% FS), • Announcements job best. In fact, Setra offers the broad- reliability and long-term stability. For details, call, fax or email today. est line available, from barometric Submit contributions to Bulletin, AMS, 45 Beacon St., Boston, MA 02108-3693; fax 617-742-8718; Ililllllll <111111111 e-mail: rthomas@ametsoc.org. 159 Swanson Road, Boxborough, MA 01719 * Tel: (800) 257-3872 • Fax: (978) 264-0292 Email: transducer.sales@setra.com • On the Web: www.setra.com 128 Vol. 80,, No. 1, January 1999 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Introduction to Commercial Meteorology for Univer- cial meteorological services, customer service in com- sity Faculty. WeatherData, Inc. of Wichita, Kansas, mercial meteorology, how nonmeteorologists view will offer an "Introduction to Commercial Meteorol- meteorology, basics of weather forecasting, and ap- ogy for University Faculty" workshop at their office plied remote sensing. A special dinner and an in Wichita on 19-22 May 1999. The goal is to bridge "Evening in Space" program hosted by WeatherData, the gap between the private sector and faculty so stu- Inc. and The Kansas Cosmosphere & Space Center dents can be better prepared to work in applied me- will be included. To apply, send a letter of applica- teorology in general and commercial meteorology in tion by 15 March 1999 stating your desire to partici- particular. pate and describing how this experience will assist you This three-and-one-half day course will include in preparing your students for careers in commercial material on history of commercial meteorology, cli- or applied meteorology. Address letters to Linda Koch ents' weather information needs, philosophy of at WeatherData, Inc., 245 N. Waco St., Suite 310, weather broadcasting, economic value of weather Wichita, KS 67202; telephone: 316-265-9127; fax: products, basics of storm warnings, types of commer- 316- 265-1949. In the November issue of the Bulletin, an an- nouncement appeared for the Weatherman's Classi c Golf Tournament to benefit the Children's Weather Museum. The phone num- ber listed for Steve Randle was his home phone number, and he is no longer with the company. MEASUREMENT S FOR ALL REASONS For information regarding the tournament, call 713-529-3076 or 1-800-44-STORM. mm NO U The Bulletin relies on its readership for timely infor- mation on current events, member news, chapter happenings, conferences, and science fairs, and work- shops. • News and Notes transducer s and digital barometers • About Our Members Whether you are calibrating altimeters, to microprocessor-based instruments monitoring environmental conditions or • Chapter News and indicators. These instruments are keeping an eye on the weather, Setra has the pressure transducer to do the unmatched in accuracy (to .02% FS), • Announcements job best. In fact, Setra offers the broad- reliability and long-term stability. For details, call, fax or email today. est line available, from barometric Submit contributions to Bulletin, AMS, 45 Beacon St., Boston, MA 02108-3693; fax 617-742-8718; Ililllllll <111111111 e-mail: rthomas@ametsoc.org. 159 Swanson Road, Boxborough, MA 01719 * Tel: (800) 257-3872 • Fax: (978) 264-0292 Email: transducer.sales@setra.com • On the Web: www.setra.com 128 Vol. 80,, No. 1, January 1999

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