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index to advertisers Now Available— METEOROLOGICA L ASPECTS c2 Alden Electronics c3 The Global Climate/Atmosphere charts O F EMERGENCY RESPONSE c4 Belfort Instrument Company 1241 Applied Environmentrics 1247 Bowman Environmental Engineering 1244 Science and Technology Institute 1244 Northern Video Graphics 1240 Science Engineering Associates 1243 University Corporation for Atmospheric Research 1246 University of Washington 1290 Simerl Instruments AMS Publications, Preprints, etc. Edited by Mark L. Kramer an d William Porch 1242 Curricula in the Atmospheric, Oceanic and Related Sciences—1990 Advance d Studies Institute on Meteorological Aspects 1146 Atmospheric Processes over Complex Terrain of Emergency Response, sponsored by the American 1284 Extratropical Cyclones Meteorological Society with the cooperation of the 1242 Lectures on Air Pollution Modeling American Nuclear Society, was held September 1988 1290 Meteorological Aspects of Emergency Response in Charleston, South Carolina. The course is the result 1252 Recent AMS Preprints 1215 Radar in Meteorology of a survey sent to about 20 experts in the field of 1214 Snowstorms along the Northeastern Coast of the meteorological aspects of emergency response. The U.S. survey asked what one or two critical questions 1283 Spacious Skies neede d to b e answered to improve the interface of 1284 The Atmosphere—A Challenge meteorology and emergency response. Their replies 1242 Thors Legions 1214 Weather Satellites were addressed by prominent scientists an d form the basis of this important publication. Chapters: Role of Meteorology in Emergency Response, by Rudolf J. Engelman and William F. Wolff; Meteorological HAND-HELD ANEMOMETER Measurements for Emergency Response, by Todd V. Crawford; Predictive Meteorology in Support of with CUSTOM DATALOGGER Emergency Response, by Philip E. Merilees and Janusz for recording wind velocities Pudykiewicz; Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling for Emergency Response, by Roel M. Van Aalst; and The Evaluation of Emergency Response Trace Gas and Dense Gas Dispersion Models, by Marvin H. Dickerson and Donald L. Ermak. METEOROLOGICAL ASPECTS OF EMERGENCY RESPONSE, edite d by Mark L. Kramer an d William Porch, 1990,126 pages, illustrated, hardcover Member price: $30 Nonmember price: $40 S W Model DIC-3 Model BB190 ANEMOMETE R custom DATALOGGER Include $3.00 shipping an d handling per copy Open the patented cups to the posi- Connect to Sims Model DIC-3 ane- tion shown, hold in the wind, read the mometer. Sample wind velocity every ordered. Prepaid orders only to: instant velocity in MPH, Knots, K/hr, second or multiple of 1 second. Couple or M/sec. Range 1 to 126 MPH in 1 to computer and printer for printing MPH increments. Quartz crystal accu- and plotting records including year, AMERICA N METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY racy. At operator's option, shows peak month, date, time, average, velocity, over any time period, or average for 2 highest peak, total number of samples 45 Beacon Street or 5 minutes. Instrument case rugged taken. Datalogger is 1-3/4"x4"x71/2". ABS, 2"x2"x6" . Complete with heavy Weight 12 ounces. Supplied with car- Boston, MA 02108 duty carrying case, ready to use. There rying case with belt loop, connecting (617) 227-2425 is no equal. cables, software, directions. Designed and manufactured in the U.S.A. Sales direct from SIMERL INSTRUMENTS, 528 EPPING FOREST ROAD, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND 21401 Other models available. We answer questions! 301-849-8667 AMS-1 Vol. 71, No. 8, August 1990 129 0 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Now Available— METEOROLOGICA L ASPECTS c2 Alden Electronics c3 The Global Climate/Atmosphere charts O F EMERGENCY RESPONSE c4 Belfort Instrument Company 1241 Applied Environmentrics 1247 Bowman Environmental Engineering 1244 Science and Technology Institute 1244 Northern Video Graphics 1240 Science Engineering Associates 1243 University Corporation for Atmospheric Research 1246 University of Washington 1290 Simerl Instruments AMS Publications, Preprints, etc. Edited by Mark L. Kramer an d William Porch 1242 Curricula in the Atmospheric, Oceanic and Related Sciences—1990 Advance d Studies Institute on Meteorological Aspects 1146 Atmospheric Processes over Complex Terrain of Emergency Response, sponsored by the American 1284 Extratropical Cyclones Meteorological Society with the cooperation of the 1242 Lectures on Air Pollution Modeling American Nuclear Society, was held September 1988 1290 Meteorological Aspects of Emergency Response in Charleston, South Carolina. The course is the result 1252 Recent AMS Preprints 1215 Radar in Meteorology of a survey sent to about 20 experts in the field of 1214 Snowstorms along the Northeastern Coast of the meteorological aspects of emergency response. The U.S. survey asked what one or two critical questions 1283 Spacious Skies neede d to b e answered to improve the interface of 1284 The Atmosphere—A Challenge meteorology and emergency response. Their replies 1242 Thors Legions 1214 Weather Satellites were addressed by prominent scientists an d form the basis of this important publication. Chapters: Role of Meteorology in Emergency Response, by Rudolf J. Engelman and William F. Wolff; Meteorological HAND-HELD ANEMOMETER Measurements for Emergency Response, by Todd V. Crawford; Predictive Meteorology in Support of with CUSTOM DATALOGGER Emergency Response, by Philip E. Merilees and Janusz for recording wind velocities Pudykiewicz; Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling for Emergency Response, by Roel M. Van Aalst; and The Evaluation of Emergency Response Trace Gas and Dense Gas Dispersion Models, by Marvin H. Dickerson and Donald L. Ermak. METEOROLOGICAL ASPECTS OF EMERGENCY RESPONSE, edite d by Mark L. Kramer an d William Porch, 1990,126 pages, illustrated, hardcover Member price: $30 Nonmember price: $40 S W Model DIC-3 Model BB190 ANEMOMETE R custom DATALOGGER Include $3.00 shipping an d handling per copy Open the patented cups to the posi- Connect to Sims Model DIC-3 ane- tion shown, hold in the wind, read the mometer. Sample wind velocity every ordered. Prepaid orders only to: instant velocity in MPH, Knots, K/hr, second or multiple of 1 second. Couple or M/sec. Range 1 to 126 MPH in 1 to computer and printer for printing MPH increments. Quartz crystal accu- and plotting records including year, AMERICA N METEOROLOGICAL SOCIETY racy. At operator's option, shows peak month, date, time, average, velocity, over any time period, or average for 2 highest peak, total number of samples 45 Beacon Street or 5 minutes. Instrument case rugged taken. Datalogger is 1-3/4"x4"x71/2". ABS, 2"x2"x6" . Complete with heavy Weight 12 ounces. Supplied with car- Boston, MA 02108 duty carrying case, ready to use. There rying case with belt loop, connecting (617) 227-2425 is no equal. cables, software, directions. Designed and manufactured in the U.S.A. Sales direct from SIMERL INSTRUMENTS, 528 EPPING FOREST ROAD, ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND 21401 Other models available. We answer questions! 301-849-8667 AMS-1 Vol. 71, No. 8, August 1990 129 0

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