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index to advertisers • HAND-HELD ANEMOMETER with CUSTOM DATALOGGER c2 Alden Electronics for recording wind velocities c3 Atmospheric Instrumentation Research, Inc. c4 Belfort Instrument Company 1365 Climatronics 1363 National Research Council 1361 Northern Video Graphics 1360 Oak Ridge National Laboratory 1355 R. M. Young Company 1364 Rotronics Instrument Co. 1361 Setra Systems 1408 Simerl Instruments 1356 Southern Center for Electrical/Engineering Education 1408 TASC 1355 Teledyne Energy Services 1366 Vaisala 1365 Wind and Weather 1367 Zephyr Weather Information Service AMS Publications, Preprints, etc. S W Model DIC-3 Scrn d Model BB190 1407 AMS Historical Monographs ANEMOMETER 1358 Atmospheric Processes over Complex Terrain custom DATALOGGER Open the patented cups to the posi- 1357 Curricula in the Atmospheric, Oceanic and Related Connect to Sims Model DIC-3 ane- tion shown, hold in the wind, read the mometer. Sample wind velocity every Sciences—1990 instant velocity in MPH, Knots, K/hr, second or multiple of 1 second. Couple 1316 Extratropical Cyclones or M/sec. Range 1 to 126 MPH in 1 to computer and printer for printing 1373 Global Climate/Atmosphere Charts MPH increments. Quartz crystal accu- and plotting records including year, 1372 International Cloud Atlas II racy. At operator's option, shows peak month, date, time, average, velocity, 1370 Meteorological Aspects of Emergency Response over any time period, or average for 2 highest peak, total number of samples 1407 Monsoons or 5 minutes. Instrument case rugged taken. Datalogger is V3A"xA"xlV2". ABS, 2"x2"x6". Complete with heavy Weight 12 ounces. Supplied with car- 1370 Probing the Atmospheric Boundary Layer duty carrying case, ready to use. There rying case with belt loop, connecting 1371 Spacious Skies is no equal. cables, software, directions. 1303 The Atmosphere—A Challenge 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 SATELLITE METEOROLOGIST TASC's Physical Sciences Division applies advanced mathematical, computer, and remote sensing techniques to a range of governmental and commercial pro- grams in the geophysical/environmental world, with emphasis on algorithm R&D, system engineering services, and information products. Our technological and business growth within these fields has created a key opportunity for a Satellite Meteorologist. The right person will study effects of the atmosphere on space platforms, electro- optical sensors, communications links, and aerospace vehicles, and develop innovative approaches to atmospheric transmission problems from multi-spectral information. Requires a relevant graduate degree and 10 years' applicable experience, along with demonstrable expertise in theories of radiative transfer, remote sensing, and atmospheric transmission. Also important is extensive knowledge in satellite meteorology, ground- and space-based remote sensing techniques, and application of multi-spectral, multi-sensor, multi-source data to cloud phenomenology. TASC offers a corporate history of growth coupled with stability, an attractive salary-benefits-profit sharing program, top-notch facilities and equipment, and an opportunity to work closely with a highly-regarded Technical Staff. Please write to Duane B. Vorce. U.S. Citizenship is required. i&ssateosaist An Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F. int o he <wmy> % To review all of our $ write to Daae&Vtaof o e f'Wff opening s dial (508) 263-3857, press RETURN twice and enter the password TASC THE ANALYTIC SCIENCES CORPORATION 55 Walkers Brook Drive Reading, MA 01867 Volume 71, No. 9, Novembe r 1990 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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• HAND-HELD ANEMOMETER with CUSTOM DATALOGGER c2 Alden Electronics for recording wind velocities c3 Atmospheric Instrumentation Research, Inc. c4 Belfort Instrument Company 1365 Climatronics 1363 National Research Council 1361 Northern Video Graphics 1360 Oak Ridge National Laboratory 1355 R. M. Young Company 1364 Rotronics Instrument Co. 1361 Setra Systems 1408 Simerl Instruments 1356 Southern Center for Electrical/Engineering Education 1408 TASC 1355 Teledyne Energy Services 1366 Vaisala 1365 Wind and Weather 1367 Zephyr Weather Information Service AMS Publications, Preprints, etc. S W Model DIC-3 Scrn d Model BB190 1407 AMS Historical Monographs ANEMOMETER 1358 Atmospheric Processes over Complex Terrain custom DATALOGGER Open the patented cups to the posi- 1357 Curricula in the Atmospheric, Oceanic and Related Connect to Sims Model DIC-3 ane- tion shown, hold in the wind, read the mometer. Sample wind velocity every Sciences—1990 instant velocity in MPH, Knots, K/hr, second or multiple of 1 second. Couple 1316 Extratropical Cyclones or M/sec. Range 1 to 126 MPH in 1 to computer and printer for printing 1373 Global Climate/Atmosphere Charts MPH increments. Quartz crystal accu- and plotting records including year, 1372 International Cloud Atlas II racy. At operator's option, shows peak month, date, time, average, velocity, 1370 Meteorological Aspects of Emergency Response over any time period, or average for 2 highest peak, total number of samples 1407 Monsoons or 5 minutes. Instrument case rugged taken. Datalogger is V3A"xA"xlV2". ABS, 2"x2"x6". Complete with heavy Weight 12 ounces. Supplied with car- 1370 Probing the Atmospheric Boundary Layer duty carrying case, ready to use. There rying case with belt loop, connecting 1371 Spacious Skies is no equal. cables, software, directions. 1303 The Atmosphere—A Challenge 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 SATELLITE METEOROLOGIST TASC's Physical Sciences Division applies advanced mathematical, computer, and remote sensing techniques to a range of governmental and commercial pro- grams in the geophysical/environmental world, with emphasis on algorithm R&D, system engineering services, and information products. Our technological and business growth within these fields has created a key opportunity for a Satellite Meteorologist. The right person will study effects of the atmosphere on space platforms, electro- optical sensors, communications links, and aerospace vehicles, and develop innovative approaches to atmospheric transmission problems from multi-spectral information. Requires a relevant graduate degree and 10 years' applicable experience, along with demonstrable expertise in theories of radiative transfer, remote sensing, and atmospheric transmission. Also important is extensive knowledge in satellite meteorology, ground- and space-based remote sensing techniques, and application of multi-spectral, multi-sensor, multi-source data to cloud phenomenology. TASC offers a corporate history of growth coupled with stability, an attractive salary-benefits-profit sharing program, top-notch facilities and equipment, and an opportunity to work closely with a highly-regarded Technical Staff. Please write to Duane B. Vorce. U.S. Citizenship is required. i&ssateosaist An Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F. int o he <wmy> % To review all of our $ write to Daae&Vtaof o e f'Wff opening s dial (508) 263-3857, press RETURN twice and enter the password TASC THE ANALYTIC SCIENCES CORPORATION 55 Walkers Brook Drive Reading, MA 01867 Volume 71, No. 9, Novembe r 1990

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