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from headquarters Third Edition of CCM Directory Now in Print Sporting a new format and a new design, the 1995/96 front and in back of the directory: one to hold future Directory of Certified Consulting Meteorologists (CCM) updates and one to aid the reader in using the key to wa s published in May 1995. Th e 1995/96 directory— identify particular specializations. the thir d published—contain s approximately 300 CC M AM S initiated the CCM program in 1957 when it listings from industry, government, univer-sities, re- realized there wa s a need for a professional certifica- search institutes, the media, federal laboratories, and tion process. Th e certification process wa s formed to state and local agencies. advanc e the professional ideals that are standard in Th e directory's format has been simplified from the field of meteorology and to provide business, several indexes to two. In the first two editions, industry, and the public with qualified individuals. To published in 1992 and 1993, the CCMs were listed date, more than 500 individuals have received AMS's alphabetically by last name, by certificate number, by consulting certification. specialization, and by state and country. This edition Th e Board of Certified Consulting Meteorologists is lists consultants by state and then again by specialty. responsible for considering applications and making Whe n listed by state, each entry includes name of recommendation s in regard to certification. Board consultant, title, affiliation, address , telephon e and fax member s for 1995 are George H. Taylo r (chair), John numbers, e-mail address, specialty, and CC M certifi- P. Bradley, Gerald J. Dittberner, Paul M. Fransioli, Jay cate number. P. Ganz, Kit K. Wagner , and Stephen A. Vigeant. It is their responsibility to gover n the CC M program an d its In th e secon d index, 2 3 specialization s are listed by members . key. Consultants can be found under their expertise category. Each CCM' s state of residence is als o listed Th e first tw o editions of th e directory wer e compiled for ease in cross-referencing. by Mitchell Baer. Responsibility for the third edition A towering thunderhead adorns the cover of the an d all subsequent editions has been transferred to new spiral-bound directory. Flaps have been adde d in staff at AM S Headquarters. • Where, when or however you need UVB measured, check our references. See how closely our UV And no 1 Reference: K. Jokela, et al., Photochemistry and Photobiology, 58:4,559-566,1993. meter's actual readings matter how correspond to Green's demanding Sunburning UV predictive your model in this graph from research, a recent Finnish study.1 the 501 UV- Researchers around Biometer serves without fail. the world depend on our Its room-temperature stabi- radiometer, the Model 501 lization assures accuracy, UV-Biometer, to measure while its quartz dome, which ground-based UVB radiation will never solarize, provides (290-320 nm) precisely. This excellent cosine response. third generation Robertson- Over three months of data Berger meter and its forebears can be stored in a non-volatile have over 400 references in buffer, and can be remotely o UV-Biometer — Green's Model the scientific literature in the transferred to any recorder, printer, PC or data logger. past 25 years. (Selected bib- For further information and details on a free liography on request.) Our meter's spectral Rechargeable battery backup, remote trial of the UV-Biometer contact: rugged waterproof construction permit the response from 280 to 400 nm follows the skin's sunburn action spectrum. This UV-Biometer to perform - independently or networked - anywhere your field work spectrum strongly correlates with most SfMAR takes you. UV effects in all classes of biota. LIGH T CO,,N C 721 Oa k Lane • Philadelphia, PA 19126-3342 ©199 4 Solar Light Co., Inc. Tel: 215-927-4206 • Fax: 215-927-6347 97 3 Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Third Edition of CCM Directory Now in Print Sporting a new format and a new design, the 1995/96 front and in back of the directory: one to hold future Directory of Certified Consulting Meteorologists (CCM) updates and one to aid the reader in using the key to wa s published in May 1995. Th e 1995/96 directory— identify particular specializations. the thir d published—contain s approximately 300 CC M AM S initiated the CCM program in 1957 when it listings from industry, government, univer-sities, re- realized there wa s a need for a professional certifica- search institutes, the media, federal laboratories, and tion process. Th e certification process wa s formed to state and local agencies. advanc e the professional ideals that are standard in Th e directory's format has been simplified from the field of meteorology and to provide business, several indexes to two. In the first two editions, industry, and the public with qualified individuals. To published in 1992 and 1993, the CCMs were listed date, more than 500 individuals have received AMS's alphabetically by last name, by certificate number, by consulting certification. specialization, and by state and country. This edition Th e Board of Certified Consulting Meteorologists is lists consultants by state and then again by specialty. responsible for considering applications and making Whe n listed by state, each entry includes name of recommendation s in regard to certification. Board consultant, title, affiliation, address , telephon e and fax member s for 1995 are George H. Taylo r (chair), John numbers, e-mail address, specialty, and CC M certifi- P. Bradley, Gerald J. Dittberner, Paul M. Fransioli, Jay cate number. P. Ganz, Kit K. Wagner , and Stephen A. Vigeant. It is their responsibility to gover n the CC M program an d its In th e secon d index, 2 3 specialization s are listed by members . key. Consultants can be found under their expertise category. Each CCM' s state of residence is als o listed Th e first tw o editions of th e directory wer e compiled for ease in cross-referencing. by Mitchell Baer. Responsibility for the third edition A towering thunderhead adorns the cover of the an d all subsequent editions has been transferred to new spiral-bound directory. Flaps have been adde d in staff at AM S Headquarters. • Where, when or however you need UVB measured, check our references. See how closely our UV And no 1 Reference: K. Jokela, et al., Photochemistry and Photobiology, 58:4,559-566,1993. meter's actual readings matter how correspond to Green's demanding Sunburning UV predictive your model in this graph from research, a recent Finnish study.1 the 501 UV- Researchers around Biometer serves without fail. the world depend on our Its room-temperature stabi- radiometer, the Model 501 lization assures accuracy, UV-Biometer, to measure while its quartz dome, which ground-based UVB radiation will never solarize, provides (290-320 nm) precisely. This excellent cosine response. third generation Robertson- Over three months of data Berger meter and its forebears can be stored in a non-volatile have over 400 references in buffer, and can be remotely o UV-Biometer — Green's Model the scientific literature in the transferred to any recorder, printer, PC or data logger. past 25 years. (Selected bib- For further information and details on a free liography on request.) Our meter's spectral Rechargeable battery backup, remote trial of the UV-Biometer contact: rugged waterproof construction permit the response from 280 to 400 nm follows the skin's sunburn action spectrum. This UV-Biometer to perform - independently or networked - anywhere your field work spectrum strongly correlates with most SfMAR takes you. UV effects in all classes of biota. LIGH T CO,,N C 721 Oa k Lane • Philadelphia, PA 19126-3342 ©199 4 Solar Light Co., Inc. Tel: 215-927-4206 • Fax: 215-927-6347 97 3 Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society

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