Palm Beach County AMS Chapter Exhibit at the South Florida Fair. The AMS Chapter Palm Beach County invites members to visit the AMS Chapter exhibit at the South Florida Fair in The cover description in the table of contents of the Novem- West Palm Beach on Southern Blvd, 7 miles west of 1-95. ber 1990 issue of the Bulletin inaccurately refers to W. V. The Chapter's exhibit will be located in the Exposition Burt's article, The Search for the Manila Galleon Log Books. Center and will feature operational meteorolgical activites. The cover figure is actually extracted from R. A. Anthes's For further information, or if you wish to volunteer to help staff article, Recent Applications of the Penn State/NCARMesos- the exhibit, contact Jeffrey Tongue at (407) 687-6113. cale Model to Synoptic, Mescale, and Climate Studies (p. 1610). Please refer to figure 2 in the article, p. 1611, for National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) details. Aircraft Requests Due Furthermore, p. 1634 of Burt's article inaccurately refers Scientists wishing to use field observing equipment between to the Bulletin's coverfor a table which was not included in the 1 October 1991 and 1 April 1992 should submit their re- article and is shown below. quests before 15 February 1991. . EJUIVM Dt* 71 ^ DtU W X-anrv® Alio s enqu* Discriu Dt\cav< 3 NCAR's Research Aviation Faciltiy operates three re- Sthatft* aPiivack cn§ J*re aLcavoa rtci^Ua fc Lojiy. AX Acaj," oercnsc ) search aircraft: an Electra, a Sabreliner, and a King Air 200. aACA^ •Nfoscklhf t ruu. foxmas lUiia t STTUI Its Remote Sensing Facility offers two C-band (5.5-cm) J5\AS Dia s S'vadas Dix s BIAS •Mnrvtw Diaf Diivnf. Doppler radars. The Surface and Sounding Systems Facil- ML CO IT 2? ity provides nine upper-air radiosonde systems known as W 3 3 7 3C 27 0-3 1? CLASS (Cross-Chain Loran Atmospheric Sounding Sys- r> a 1 0 13C IC 3 3 O"> 3 1 14 1C tems), 55 portable automated mesonet (PAM) stations with DO! associated field base stations, and lightwieght digital 1* 1 U 4 7 3 7 33 2. 1 7 ., 7 dropwindsonds. It also offers ASTER (the Atmosphere- j p C2 1'A 12 * C 3 3 l „„ IC Surface Turbulent Exchange Reseach facility), a transport- 1C7 r u 72 32 37 U able micrometeorological and surface chemical flux facility. 131 71 C.O CV . 7 2 I V> The University of Wyoming operates King Air 200, and the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology has a T-28 L ' C2 43 " 3C 2- aircraft. Colorado State University offers the CHILL S-band O O Pi o N U 4 - 3£ o9 1 w t- Doppler radar with dual polarization. 1^1 1 1 u OO < 2 3C 27 FT IC < • o Requests for use of NCAR aircraft should be sent to Norm 1)1 1 ICI H 4 . U cc; U 2O c o Zrubeck, for radars to Peter Hildebrand, for surface and sounding system facilites to Walter Dabberdt, and for achival 1, 4 A 2\O 3C u K ^ ^ data services to Paul Hersegh, all at NCAR, P.O. Box 3000, MI Y>2I 113 S3 6 * 36 4 9 13 4 1 Boulder, CO 80307-3000; telephone (303) 497-1000. 9£ D2T U . C3 OI 12 Requests for the Wyoming King Air should be addressed 112C £3 3? H'S 1& 3 7 2O o 4 to John Marwitz, Department of Atmospheric Science, Uni- 3 . 11 versity of Wyoming, Laramie, WY 82071; telephone (307) 17 , 121 A 57 3 * K 22 ,I 766-4947. Proposals for use of the T-28 should be sent to D2£ 1-1C SO 2,2 C 7 3 2 21 22 Paul Smith, Institute of Atmospheric Science, South Dakota 191 1°) lb 112°) 192 21 School of Mines and Technology, Rapid City, SD 57701; N J') 34 U 2A 131 1S telephone (605) 394-2291. Requests for use of CHILL radar 1 0 should be addressed to Steven Rutledge, Department of At- U II 1U 22 mospheric Science, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, 1)3 1 m UF H 36 If 22 2 f CO 80523; telephone (303) 491-8283. 7U U 1 9 * ip3 U K 11 2 ? 24 2OC 123 (>7 <4 39 4k 2o £ Symposium on Volcanic Ash and Aviation Safety P 3 2 2\° 147 3 C »° > 1 7 The Symposium on Volcanic Ash and Aviation Safety, co- sponsored by the Federal Aviation Administration, the Na- U1 194 IF U U 43 27 tional Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the U.S. r>3< 12. 22 ?, 9 li - 3 * 1c r to Geological Survey, and the Air Transport Association will be O O 17 * A 44 l">3w 3 C j 22 held 9-11 July 1991 in Seattle. i w M7 £> C£ The symposium will cover discussions on detecting, 131 3 7 99 1 7 14? tracking and characterizing ash clouds, predicting volcanic 3 f U 1 V 4 2A 13* 7 9 91 c o 13 eruptions, ash cloud impacts on aircraft and air commerce, 112 11 ' 22 * A VAC 1 I 8 ?4 01 and communication systems. Papers on volcanology, meteorology, communications, Table 2a. This is a photocopy of a page from Additional Manuscript and aviation are welcome. 200-300 word abstracts are due number 19,293 from the British Library in London. The table records by 15 January 1991 and should be sent to: Volcanic Ash and the elapsed time between various points of interest for Manila Aviation Safety Symposium, c/o Christopher Newhall, U.S. Galleons traveling between the Philippines and Acapulco. San Geological Survey, 905 National Center, Reston, Virginia Bernardino refers to the straight between the far southeastern tip of 22092; telephone (703) 648-6709. the island of Luzon and the island of Samar through which the earlier Manila Galleons passed when they left the Philippines Islands. Two For more information regarding the symposium, please galleons made the eastbound voyage in 1731 and again in 1733. contact Helen Weston, Air Transport Association of Amer- The galleon with the most senior officers in carge is labeled Capna ica, 1709 New York Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20006- (capitana, i.e., flagship). 5206; telephone: (202) 626-4008. Vol. 71, No. 12, December 1990
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Dec 1, 1990
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