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corrigenda , C. Claud, and J. F. Purdom, 1996: Labrador Sea polar lows. Turner, J., and J. P. Thomas, 1994: Summer-season mesoscale Global Atmosphere-Ocean System, 4, 275-333. cyclones in the Bellingshausen-Weddell region of the Antarctic Reed, R. J., 1979: Cyclogenesis in polar air streams. Mon. Wea. and links with the synoptic-scale environment. Int. J. Climatol., Rev., 107,1636-1647. 14, 871-894. Roch, M., R. Benoit, and N. Parker, 1991: Sensitivity experiments , T. A. Lachlan-Cope, D. E. Warren, and C. N. Duncan, 1993: for polar low forecasting with the CMC mesoscale finite-ele- A mesoscale vortex over Halley Station, Antarctica. Mon. Wea. ment model. Atmos.-Ocean, 29,381-^19. Rev., 121,1317-1336. Sardie, J. M., and T. T. Warner, 1985: A numerical study of the , G. Corcoran, S. Cummins, T. Lachlan-Cope, and S. Leonard, development mechanisms of polar lows. Tellus, 37A, 460-477. 1996a: Seasonal variability of mesocyclone activity in the Smith, W. L., H. M. Woolf, and C. M. Hayden, 1979: The TIROS- Bellingshausen/Weddell region of Antarctica. Global Atmo- N Operational Vertical Sounder. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 58, sphere-Ocean System, 5,73-97. 1177-1187. , and Coauthors, 1996b: The Antarctic First Regional Observ- Sundquist, H., E. Berge, and J. E. Kristjansson, 1989: Condensa- ing Study of the Troposphere (FROST) Project. Bull. Amer. tion and cloud parameterization studies with a mesoscale NWP Meteor. Soc., 77, 2007-2032. model. Mon. Wea. Rev., 117,1641-1657. Twitchell, P. F., E. A. Rasmussen, and K. L. Davidson, Eds., 1989: Polar and Arctic Lows. A. Deepak Publishing, 421 pp. r\ The September Bulletin contained errors resulting from oversights in production and/or reporting. Please note the following corrections. In the lecture "Remote Sensing of Tropospheric Temperature and Water Vapor by Integrated Ob- serving Systems" by Ed Westwater, Figs. 5 and 6 were reversed. The figure identified as Fig. 5 corre- sponds with the caption for Fig. 6, and the figure indentified as Fig. 6 corresponds with the caption for Fig. 5. On page 2013, in the "Reply" by Kenneth Young, Dr. Young's affiliation is incorrect as published. His correct affiliation is ThinkNet, Inc., Tucson, Arizona. The "In Memoriam" column announced that Charles E. Graves was deceased. Graves is indeed alive and well and is affiliated with St. Louis University. The Bulletin apologizes for these errors and any confusion they may have caused. 2540 Vol. 78, No. 7 7, November 1997 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society
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, C. Claud, and J. F. Purdom, 1996: Labrador Sea polar lows. Turner, J., and J. P. Thomas, 1994: Summer-season mesoscale Global Atmosphere-Ocean System, 4, 275-333. cyclones in the Bellingshausen-Weddell region of the Antarctic Reed, R. J., 1979: Cyclogenesis in polar air streams. Mon. Wea. and links with the synoptic-scale environment. Int. J. Climatol., Rev., 107,1636-1647. 14, 871-894. Roch, M., R. Benoit, and N. Parker, 1991: Sensitivity experiments , T. A. Lachlan-Cope, D. E. Warren, and C. N. Duncan, 1993: for polar low forecasting with the CMC mesoscale finite-ele- A mesoscale vortex over Halley Station, Antarctica. Mon. Wea. ment model. Atmos.-Ocean, 29,381-^19. Rev., 121,1317-1336. Sardie, J. M., and T. T. Warner, 1985: A numerical study of the , G. Corcoran, S. Cummins, T. Lachlan-Cope, and S. Leonard, development mechanisms of polar lows. Tellus, 37A, 460-477. 1996a: Seasonal variability of mesocyclone activity in the Smith, W. L., H. M. Woolf, and C. M. Hayden, 1979: The TIROS- Bellingshausen/Weddell region of Antarctica. Global Atmo- N Operational Vertical Sounder. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 58, sphere-Ocean System, 5,73-97. 1177-1187. , and Coauthors, 1996b: The Antarctic First Regional Observ- Sundquist, H., E. Berge, and J. E. Kristjansson, 1989: Condensa- ing Study of the Troposphere (FROST) Project. Bull. Amer. tion and cloud parameterization studies with a mesoscale NWP Meteor. Soc., 77, 2007-2032. model. Mon. Wea. Rev., 117,1641-1657. Twitchell, P. F., E. A. Rasmussen, and K. L. Davidson, Eds., 1989: Polar and Arctic Lows. A. Deepak Publishing, 421 pp. r\ The September Bulletin contained errors resulting from oversights in production and/or reporting. Please note the following corrections. In the lecture "Remote Sensing of Tropospheric Temperature and Water Vapor by Integrated Ob- serving Systems" by Ed Westwater, Figs. 5 and 6 were reversed. The figure identified as Fig. 5 corre- sponds with the caption for Fig. 6, and the figure indentified as Fig. 6 corresponds with the caption for Fig. 5. On page 2013, in the "Reply" by Kenneth Young, Dr. Young's affiliation is incorrect as published. His correct affiliation is ThinkNet, Inc., Tucson, Arizona. The "In Memoriam" column announced that Charles E. Graves was deceased. Graves is indeed alive and well and is affiliated with St. Louis University. The Bulletin apologizes for these errors and any confusion they may have caused. 2540 Vol. 78, No. 7 7, November 1997

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