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Index to Advertisers 50 years ago Marta Systems Open Discussion of Public Weather Service, Satellite Services & Workstations Particularly Curtailment as a Result of the International Situation, to be held KU-Band Satellite at Chicago Meeting* GOES Imagery Service The Chief of the Weather Bureau plans to hold a discus- • $99.00/month sion of matters pertaining to weather service to the general • 18"-30" antenna public in order that the possibility of future developments affecting various meteorological interests may receive • Standard GOES-TAP format thorough consideration. Provision will be made for this discussion some time during September 25th or 26th, in Complete Systems and Software connection with the meetings of the American Meteoro- for VGA & DOS logical Society at that time at the University of Chicago. Definite announcement as to the hour of meeting will be • Satellite imagery made later. It probably will be in the afternoon of Septem- • DIFAX ber 26th. The meeting is open to all who have a profes- • Radar sional interest in the subject of this discussion. Those interested in knowing about developments which may • NWS Alphanumeri c products result from the national defense program and those who • BLM Lightning have recommendations on this subject are particularly invited to attend. 15500 W. Telegraph R<±, A4 Santa Paula, CA 93060 *Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 22, 285. P H (805) 933-1270 • FAX (805) 933-1792 Satellite Services (805) 525-GOES 25 years ago Oceanographic research vessel completed* c2 Alden Electronics The largest ship ever built in the United States for the c4 Belfort Instruments 836 AAI express purpose of deep sea oceanographic surveys and 842 Academic Press research was delivered to the federal government at Jackson- 845 Elsevier Science Publishers ville, Fla., on 26 April. The Oceanographer, a 303-ft, 3800- 847 Setra Systems 850 Yamada Science & Art Corporation ton vessel, had been under construction by the Aerojet- 852 Simerl Instruments/Jet Propulsion Labs General Corporation at Jacksonville Shipyard, Southside 853 Yankee Environmental 854 Vaisala, Inc. Division, since July 1963. 855 Campbell Scientific Delivery of the $7,000,000 "floating laboratory," the 859 LICOR, Inc. most advanced vessel of its kind in the world, was accepted 860 Remtech 930 Marta Systems on behalf of the government by the Maritime Administra- tion, U.S. Department of Commerce, which designed it and AMS Publications, Preprints, etc. supervised its construction. It was immediately turned over c3 Blue Hills Observatory: The First 100 Years to the Coast and Geodetic Survey, ESSA, for operation. 762 Probing the Atmospheric Boundary Layer The Oceanographer brought to 14 the number of vessels 763 Thor's Legions 777 Some Meteorological Aspects of D-Day in the C&GS fleet, and will be followed later this year by a 794 The Living Planet Earth sister ship, the Discoverer, now under construction at the 814 Extratropical Cyclones Southside Division. 842 Employment Announcements 849 Hydrological Models for Water-Resource Design From Jacksonville, the Oceanographer proceeded to 865 Curricula in the Atmospheric, and Related Sciences Baltimore for installation of $500,000 worth of electronic 866 Recent Reprint Volumes equipment by the Undersea Division of Westinghouse 872 The Atmosphere: A Challenge 892 Mesoscale Meteorology and Forecasting Electric Corporation. After about a year in the Jacksonville 900 AMS Combined Index area, during which it will engage in deep sea oceano- 909 WMO and Global Warming 926 Satellite Meteorology graphic research in the Atlantic, the ship will be perma- 929 Weather Satellites nently based at Seattle, Washington. 934 AMS Newsletter 940 Radar in Meteorology *Bull. Amer. Meteor.Soc., 47,499 . Vol. 72, No. 6, June 1991 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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50 years ago Marta Systems Open Discussion of Public Weather Service, Satellite Services & Workstations Particularly Curtailment as a Result of the International Situation, to be held KU-Band Satellite at Chicago Meeting* GOES Imagery Service The Chief of the Weather Bureau plans to hold a discus- • $99.00/month sion of matters pertaining to weather service to the general • 18"-30" antenna public in order that the possibility of future developments affecting various meteorological interests may receive • Standard GOES-TAP format thorough consideration. Provision will be made for this discussion some time during September 25th or 26th, in Complete Systems and Software connection with the meetings of the American Meteoro- for VGA & DOS logical Society at that time at the University of Chicago. Definite announcement as to the hour of meeting will be • Satellite imagery made later. It probably will be in the afternoon of Septem- • DIFAX ber 26th. The meeting is open to all who have a profes- • Radar sional interest in the subject of this discussion. Those interested in knowing about developments which may • NWS Alphanumeri c products result from the national defense program and those who • BLM Lightning have recommendations on this subject are particularly invited to attend. 15500 W. Telegraph R<±, A4 Santa Paula, CA 93060 *Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 22, 285. P H (805) 933-1270 • FAX (805) 933-1792 Satellite Services (805) 525-GOES 25 years ago Oceanographic research vessel completed* c2 Alden Electronics The largest ship ever built in the United States for the c4 Belfort Instruments 836 AAI express purpose of deep sea oceanographic surveys and 842 Academic Press research was delivered to the federal government at Jackson- 845 Elsevier Science Publishers ville, Fla., on 26 April. The Oceanographer, a 303-ft, 3800- 847 Setra Systems 850 Yamada Science & Art Corporation ton vessel, had been under construction by the Aerojet- 852 Simerl Instruments/Jet Propulsion Labs General Corporation at Jacksonville Shipyard, Southside 853 Yankee Environmental 854 Vaisala, Inc. Division, since July 1963. 855 Campbell Scientific Delivery of the $7,000,000 "floating laboratory," the 859 LICOR, Inc. most advanced vessel of its kind in the world, was accepted 860 Remtech 930 Marta Systems on behalf of the government by the Maritime Administra- tion, U.S. Department of Commerce, which designed it and AMS Publications, Preprints, etc. supervised its construction. It was immediately turned over c3 Blue Hills Observatory: The First 100 Years to the Coast and Geodetic Survey, ESSA, for operation. 762 Probing the Atmospheric Boundary Layer The Oceanographer brought to 14 the number of vessels 763 Thor's Legions 777 Some Meteorological Aspects of D-Day in the C&GS fleet, and will be followed later this year by a 794 The Living Planet Earth sister ship, the Discoverer, now under construction at the 814 Extratropical Cyclones Southside Division. 842 Employment Announcements 849 Hydrological Models for Water-Resource Design From Jacksonville, the Oceanographer proceeded to 865 Curricula in the Atmospheric, and Related Sciences Baltimore for installation of $500,000 worth of electronic 866 Recent Reprint Volumes equipment by the Undersea Division of Westinghouse 872 The Atmosphere: A Challenge 892 Mesoscale Meteorology and Forecasting Electric Corporation. After about a year in the Jacksonville 900 AMS Combined Index area, during which it will engage in deep sea oceano- 909 WMO and Global Warming 926 Satellite Meteorology graphic research in the Atlantic, the ship will be perma- 929 Weather Satellites nently based at Seattle, Washington. 934 AMS Newsletter 940 Radar in Meteorology *Bull. Amer. Meteor.Soc., 47,499 . Vol. 72, No. 6, June 1991

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