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letters to the editor Universities , Research Laboratories, and tion of temporar y research projects can be considered as a national university, a possibility indicated by the Nationa l Programs authors. Ausubel and Steele (1993) have traced trends The theory of plate tectonics and its associated since the 1950s in the "organization" of ocean and deep-sea drilling program are mentioned as an ex- atmospheric sciences. They state that "the institutions ample of the "scientific revolution." Although the ob- that made American science famous figure less and servations and field work are now managed in a single less in the leadership and management of American contract through Texas A& M University, the science is science." still primarily conducted within various universities and The referenced article actually involves the tech- research laboratories according to proposals that their nology and management of large field operations and scientists initiated and their institutional officers ap- facilities rather than science itself. New levels of such proved as fitting for the institutions. management certainly have been required in recent In the establishment of the National Center for decades. However, these levels do not replace or Atmospheric Research, great effort was made by the diminish the role of science in the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-75.7.1277
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Abstract

Universities , Research Laboratories, and tion of temporar y research projects can be considered as a national university, a possibility indicated by the Nationa l Programs authors. Ausubel and Steele (1993) have traced trends The theory of plate tectonics and its associated since the 1950s in the "organization" of ocean and deep-sea drilling program are mentioned as an ex- atmospheric sciences. They state that "the institutions ample of the "scientific revolution." Although the ob- that made American science famous figure less and servations and field work are now managed in a single less in the leadership and management of American contract through Texas A& M University, the science is science." still primarily conducted within various universities and The referenced article actually involves the tech- research laboratories according to proposals that their nology and management of large field operations and scientists initiated and their institutional officers ap- facilities rather than science itself. New levels of such proved as fitting for the institutions. management certainly have been required in recent In the establishment of the National Center for decades. However, these levels do not replace or Atmospheric Research, great effort was made by the diminish the role of science in the

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