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IN BOX INSIGHTS and INNOVATIONS Expanding Horizons BY ANTO N KRUGER, MARK LAUFERSWEILER, AND MICHAEL C . MORGAN he UCA R Unidata Program Center provides soft- foray into technologies for collaborative visualization ware and services to qualified educational and and thoughtful interrogation of geophysical data. Tscientific research institutions for the acquisition Wit h tools such as these, the future Unidata commu- and use o f atmospheric and related geophysical data. nity will be better able to integrate education with Membe r institutions provide their own computers, research, as well as study some of the most challeng- network connections, human resources, and other in- ing scientific problems that our nation faces, includ- frastructure required for participation. Since the in- ing the forecasting o f ever-present threats such as heat ception o f Unidata in 1983, over 150 colleges and uni- waves, severe winter storms, floods, and tropical cy- versities have become participants in the Unidata clones. In addition, concerns about the possible soci- communit y by becoming software users, data relay etal impacts of global climate change are increasing. sites, and, in some cases, developers of software tools Individual researchers in narrow disciplines are that are used by the communit y at http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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INSIGHTS and INNOVATIONS Expanding Horizons BY ANTO N KRUGER, MARK LAUFERSWEILER, AND MICHAEL C . MORGAN he UCA R Unidata Program Center provides soft- foray into technologies for collaborative visualization ware and services to qualified educational and and thoughtful interrogation of geophysical data. Tscientific research institutions for the acquisition Wit h tools such as these, the future Unidata commu- and use o f atmospheric and related geophysical data. nity will be better able to integrate education with Membe r institutions provide their own computers, research, as well as study some of the most challeng- network connections, human resources, and other in- ing scientific problems that our nation faces, includ- frastructure required for participation. Since the in- ing the forecasting o f ever-present threats such as heat ception o f Unidata in 1983, over 150 colleges and uni- waves, severe winter storms, floods, and tropical cy- versities have become participants in the Unidata clones. In addition, concerns about the possible soci- communit y by becoming software users, data relay etal impacts of global climate change are increasing. sites, and, in some cases, developers of software tools Individual researchers in narrow disciplines are that are used by the communit y at

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Published: Feb 1, 2005

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