Letters To The Editor

Letters To The Editor ; r ' Comments on "WA VES Forecasters in World War II (with a Brief Survey of Other "9m - Women Meteorologists in World War II)" Comments on "Operational Omission and Misuse of Numerical Precipitation Probability Expressions" Comments on "Regional Simulations of Greenhouse Warming Including Natural Variability" I t Reply Comment s on "WAVE S Forecasters in 3) The argument that the Depression-era code that there should be only one bread winner within a Worl d Wa r II (wit h a Brie f Surve y of family carrying over into the post-World War II Othe r Wome n Meteorologists in Worl d period is not verifiable. I served as the American Wa r II)" Meteorological Society's special assistant to the president in late 1945 and early 1946 and neither With reference to J. M. Lewis' s well-researched pa- Professor Rossby nor I practiced such discrimina- per, "WAVES Forecasters in World War II (with a tion. In fact, about that time Katherine Hafstad was Brief Survey of Other Women Meteorologists in working as a climatologist for the Air Weather World War II)" (Lewis 1995), a few comments are Service even though her husband was a distin- in order. guished 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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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
ISSN
1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-77.7.1586
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; r ' Comments on "WA VES Forecasters in World War II (with a Brief Survey of Other "9m - Women Meteorologists in World War II)" Comments on "Operational Omission and Misuse of Numerical Precipitation Probability Expressions" Comments on "Regional Simulations of Greenhouse Warming Including Natural Variability" I t Reply Comment s on "WAVE S Forecasters in 3) The argument that the Depression-era code that there should be only one bread winner within a Worl d Wa r II (wit h a Brie f Surve y of family carrying over into the post-World War II Othe r Wome n Meteorologists in Worl d period is not verifiable. I served as the American Wa r II)" Meteorological Society's special assistant to the president in late 1945 and early 1946 and neither With reference to J. M. Lewis' s well-researched pa- Professor Rossby nor I practiced such discrimina- per, "WAVES Forecasters in World War II (with a tion. In fact, about that time Katherine Hafstad was Brief Survey of Other Women Meteorologists in working as a climatologist for the Air Weather World War II)" (Lewis 1995), a few comments are Service even though her husband was a distin- in order. guished

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Jul 1, 1996

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