In Memoriam

In Memoriam The new array of graphic images are available on th e NHC's Internet home page at http:// 3n j(/(f/mx)^mi www.nhc.noaa.gov and are planned for "mirror" In- ternet sites. These graphics include "Coastal Watches and Warnings," which define the geographic areas to be threatened by a tropical storm or hurricane within 36 hours and 24 hours, respectively; "Strike Probabili- 1934-1996 ties," which depict the 10%, 20%, 50%, and 100% probabilities that the center of a tropical cyclone will pass within 75 statute miles of a given location during the next three days; and "Cumulative Wind ^e^ka/tdJ^eMmavvri Distribution," which shows how the size of the tropi- cal cyclone has changed since its inception and the 1911-1996 areas affected by tropical storm and hurricane force winds. • k 4 . v Taking "No Moving Part" Anemometry A step Further Climatronics' sealed, weatherproof, ultrasonic anemometer replaces conventional mechanical anemometers in applications requiring high K reliability, ruggedness and/or ice-free operation. This low power anemometer ™ has no moving parts. It requires no periodic maintenance or calibration. The very compact profile makes it unobtrusive. Most importantly, the transducers are enclosed within the top housing, protecting them from direct contact with the weather and out of the direct path of the wind. The single key connector makes installation easy. Heated, self-orienting and immersible units extend the range of applications from off-shore marine environments through urban pollution, blowing desert sand and arctic winters. Applications: • Drifting and Moored Buoys • Highway and Aviation Meteorology • Air-droppable Packages • Portable Military Meteorological • Climatological, Agrometeorological, Requirements Hydrological Stations • Emergency Response Our 29th Year . x± 140 Wilbur Place, Bohemia, NY 11716 (516) 567-7300 • Fax: (516) 567-7585 e-mail: sales@climatronics.com Visit us at http://www.climatronics.com Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 234 9 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society
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The new array of graphic images are available on th e NHC's Internet home page at http:// 3n j(/(f/mx)^mi www.nhc.noaa.gov and are planned for "mirror" In- ternet sites. These graphics include "Coastal Watches and Warnings," which define the geographic areas to be threatened by a tropical storm or hurricane within 36 hours and 24 hours, respectively; "Strike Probabili- 1934-1996 ties," which depict the 10%, 20%, 50%, and 100% probabilities that the center of a tropical cyclone will pass within 75 statute miles of a given location during the next three days; and "Cumulative Wind ^e^ka/tdJ^eMmavvri Distribution," which shows how the size of the tropi- cal cyclone has changed since its inception and the 1911-1996 areas affected by tropical storm and hurricane force winds. • k 4 . v Taking "No Moving Part" Anemometry A step Further Climatronics' sealed, weatherproof, ultrasonic anemometer replaces conventional mechanical anemometers in applications requiring high K reliability, ruggedness and/or ice-free operation. This low power anemometer ™ has no moving parts. It requires no periodic maintenance or calibration. The very compact profile makes it unobtrusive. Most importantly, the transducers are enclosed within the top housing, protecting them from direct contact with the weather and out of the direct path of the wind. The single key connector makes installation easy. Heated, self-orienting and immersible units extend the range of applications from off-shore marine environments through urban pollution, blowing desert sand and arctic winters. Applications: • Drifting and Moored Buoys • Highway and Aviation Meteorology • Air-droppable Packages • Portable Military Meteorological • Climatological, Agrometeorological, Requirements Hydrological Stations • Emergency Response Our 29th Year . x± 140 Wilbur Place, Bohemia, NY 11716 (516) 567-7300 • Fax: (516) 567-7585 e-mail: sales@climatronics.com Visit us at http://www.climatronics.com Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 234 9

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