Margaret Thatcher Briefed at National Center for Atmospheric Research

Margaret Thatcher Briefed at National Center for Atmospheric Research special news feature Margaret Thatcher Briefed at National describe to them the information being presented to Center for Atmospheric Research the prime minister. NCAR division directors Bill Buzbee and Philip Merilees led the press briefing. Research- Robert J. Serafin/ Richard A. Anthes,+ ers Thomas Bettge, Walter Dabberdt, Brant Foote, and Marie E. Boyko* John Gille, William Mankin, David Sime, and Kevin At the National Center for Atmospheric Research Trenberth were available to answer questions. (NCAR), we recently had an unprecedented opportu- We feel privileged that Thatcher sought us out; we nity to brief a head of state on global climate issues attribute her choice to the international reputation central to all of us as atmospheric scientists and as NCAR's staff and its many visitors have established in inhabitants of the earth. British prime minister Marga- atmospheric science research, particularly our work ret Thatcher devoted the morning of 3 August to at- related to global climate change. Even knowing her tending an hour-long personal briefing on the latest re- background as a chemist, the briefing participants search results and to inspecting NCAR's research were impressed by her understanding of the technical aircraft. details of atmospheric science and climate change. The http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

Margaret Thatcher Briefed at National Center for Atmospheric Research

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-71.11.1656
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special news feature Margaret Thatcher Briefed at National describe to them the information being presented to Center for Atmospheric Research the prime minister. NCAR division directors Bill Buzbee and Philip Merilees led the press briefing. Research- Robert J. Serafin/ Richard A. Anthes,+ ers Thomas Bettge, Walter Dabberdt, Brant Foote, and Marie E. Boyko* John Gille, William Mankin, David Sime, and Kevin At the National Center for Atmospheric Research Trenberth were available to answer questions. (NCAR), we recently had an unprecedented opportu- We feel privileged that Thatcher sought us out; we nity to brief a head of state on global climate issues attribute her choice to the international reputation central to all of us as atmospheric scientists and as NCAR's staff and its many visitors have established in inhabitants of the earth. British prime minister Marga- atmospheric science research, particularly our work ret Thatcher devoted the morning of 3 August to at- related to global climate change. Even knowing her tending an hour-long personal briefing on the latest re- background as a chemist, the briefing participants search results and to inspecting NCAR's research were impressed by her understanding of the technical aircraft. details of atmospheric science and climate change. The

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Nov 1, 1990

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