In the March 1996 Bulletin article, "Solar Semidiurnal Tides in the Troposphere: Detection by Radar Profilers," by C. David Whiteman and Xindi Bian, Figs. 7 and 8 were reversed. The figure identified as Fig. 8 corresponds with the caption for Fig. 7, and the figure identified as Fig. 7 corresponds with the caption for Fig. 8. In the May 1996 Bulletin article, "Clouds and the Earth's Radiant Energy System (CERES): An Earth Observing System Experiment," by Bruce A. Wielicki et al., a press error resulted in Eq. (1) on page 860 being printed incorrectly. The equation should read Similar press errors arising late in the production process also resulted in numerous typographical errors appearing in the May Bulletin between pages 970 and 1039. Included within those pages, the "News and Notes" item on page 1021 entitled, "Agencies to Implement New Codes for Observing, Reporting, and Cod- ing Surface Weather Observations," should have been titled, "United States to Implement New Codes for Observing, Reporting, and Coding Surface Weather Observations and Terminal Forecasts."Also, the sample Surface Aviation Observation code should have read "IAD SA 1055 A02A 11 SCT E15 OVC 1/2S-F 045/ 33/29/2119G27/945/R04VR30 PK WN D 1929/16," and the sample META R code should have read, "METAR KIAD 081055Z COR 21019G27KT 1/2SM R04R/3000FT -SN FG SCT011 OVC015 01/M02 A2945 RMK A02 PK WN D 19029/16 SLP045 T00081016." The Bulletin apologizes for any confusion these errors may have caused. Vol. 77, No. 7, July 1 99 6
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jul 1, 1996
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