Meteorology and Grain Storage By C.V. SMITH and M.C. GOUGH Overall losses of durable crops by damage or dete- 82pp, B&W figures,1990. $21 includes rioration during storage are of serious economic shipping and handling. Please send consequence, and may nullify any gains that are prepaid orders to: expected from improved farming techniques. This WMO Publications technical note, published by the World Meteorologi- AMS, 45 Beacon Street, cal Organization, examines moisture content of grain, Boston MA 02108-3693 temperature combinations to inhibit the growth of grain insects, mites and molds, natural and artificial (Orders from U.S. and methods of drying grain, and natural versus forced Canada only.) ventilation. The report also recommends guidelines for the agricultural meteorologist to raise the storage potential of the field crop, and to construct appropri- ate grain stores. c2 Alde n Electronics 1506 AM S Periodicals c4 Belfor t Instruments 1530 Handboo k of Applied Meteorology AMS-Washingto n D.C. new location 1555 Climatronic s Corporation 1541 1557 Rotronic s Instrument Company 1541 Natura l Disasters 1559 Campbel l Scientific, Inc. 1542 Blu e Hills Observatory Employmen t Announcements 1561 Yanke e Environmental 1545 1563 Hurrican e Research Center 1546 Clou d Atlas 1565 Scientifi c Technology , Inc. 1550 Globa l Warming 1569 Academi c Press 1564 Aviatio n Weather Systems 1573 Vaisal a 1567 Climat e Change Snowstorm s Along the Northeastern Coast 1575 Mart a Systems 1582 Weathe r Disc Associates 1679 Hurricane s and Tropical Meteorology 1680 Meteorolog y and Grain Storage AMS Publications, Preprints, etc. c3 AM S Annual Meeting 1466 25t h Int. Conf. on Radar Meteorology 1467 Th e Atmosphere: Overhead Transparencies Rada r in Meteorology 1680 Vol. 72, No. 10, October 1991
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Oct 1, 1991
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