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letters to the editor Use of TREC to Determine Tropical Storm In an effort to provide a forum for our readers to Wind s briefly comment on articles that have appeared in the Bulletin or on any topic germane to meteorology and I read with great delight the paper by Tuttle and related fields, we have redefined our "Letters to the Edi- Gall entitled "A Single-Radar Technique for Estimat- tor" department that will now appear at the beginning ing the winds in Tropical Cyclones" (Bull Amer. Me- of each issue. This section will now be a place to spark teor. Soc., 80, 653-668). It was gratifying to see that debate, alert our readership to fast-breaking issues, or the TREC technique is proving useful for providing simply to air opinions on a wide variety of issues of wind information in hurricanes as well as in the clear potential interest to our scientific community. Ac- cepted letters will contain less than 250 words (a strict air as earlier reported by Tuttle and Foote (J. Atmos. limit) and should be conversational in tone. Letters to Oceanic Technol., 7,218-232). the Editor in the Bulletin will not be peer reviewed, nor But in reading the Tuttle and Gall http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Use of TREC to Determine Tropical Storm In an effort to provide a forum for our readers to Wind s briefly comment on articles that have appeared in the Bulletin or on any topic germane to meteorology and I read with great delight the paper by Tuttle and related fields, we have redefined our "Letters to the Edi- Gall entitled "A Single-Radar Technique for Estimat- tor" department that will now appear at the beginning ing the winds in Tropical Cyclones" (Bull Amer. Me- of each issue. This section will now be a place to spark teor. Soc., 80, 653-668). It was gratifying to see that debate, alert our readership to fast-breaking issues, or the TREC technique is proving useful for providing simply to air opinions on a wide variety of issues of wind information in hurricanes as well as in the clear potential interest to our scientific community. Ac- cepted letters will contain less than 250 words (a strict air as earlier reported by Tuttle and Foote (J. Atmos. limit) and should be conversational in tone. Letters to Oceanic Technol., 7,218-232). the Editor in the Bulletin will not be peer reviewed, nor But in reading the Tuttle and Gall

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