607 Daniel Meador, Houston, TX 622 Jody L. James, Amarillo, TX Glan A. Duncan, Baton Rouge, LA Robert Sopka, Baltimore, MD 623 Donald Luehrs, Jr., Myrtle Beach, SC 624 Philip Badgett, Harrisonburg, VA 609 Richard Johnson, Atlanta, GA 625 Elaine Lewis, Kingston, NY 610 Jill Wiesman, Green Bay, Wl 626 Ronald Harris, Boston, MA 611 Matthew Morano, Bangor, ME 627 Bruce Katz, Baton Rouge, LA 612 Gary Cannalte, Jr., Rhinelander, Wl 628 Barry Brandt, Little Rock, AR 613 614 Tammy Garrison, Louisville, Ky 629 Bret Atkins, Columbus, OH Michael Glaser, Greenville, MS 630 Howard Bernstein, New Orleans, LA 615 Michele Robertson, Tulsa, OK 631 Layne Mason, Columbia, SC 616 Brad Spakowitz, Green Bay, Wl 632 William Walsh, Charleston, SC 617 Michael Davis, Columbus, OH 633 Michael Alger, Reno, NV 618 James Farrel, Fort Myers, FL 634 Alex Garcia, San Antonio, TX 619 Robert S. Smith, Houston, TX 635 David Kuntz, Longview, TX 620 John M. Miller, Fort Wayne, IN 636 Jeffrey Lazalier, Indianapolis, IN 621 New Radio Seal of Approval Holders Lawrence Cosgrove, Jr., Columbus, OH (radio and television seal holder) 137 New Certified Consulting Meteorologists Robert Michael Iwanchuk, Bedford, MA 477 Richard Wilkins Fisher, Fort Collins, CO 479 Dr. Roger Graham Barry, Boulder CO 478 Jeffrey Arthur Tarde, Colorado Springs, CO 480 A Classic Reference from the AMS... o o 0 0 MESOSCALE METEOROLOGY AND FORECASTING edited by Peter S. Ray This volume provides a comprehensive survey of the important topics in mesoscale meteorology. Designed to supplement a practicing meteorologist's experience with new information and ideas, the book is also a good way to acquaint students with the broad range of topics involving mesoscale processes. The book is indexed, contains comprehensive references, and is heavily illustrated. With almost 800 pages of text, it covers the principal observations and theories in this important interdisciplinary area. MESOSCALE METEOROLOGY AND FORECASTING, edited by PeterS. Ray, 1986, hardcover, 793 pages, black-and-white drawings and photos, ISBN 0-933876-66-1, price: $50 Iist/$40 AMS members and NOAA employees/$30 students. Please include $5.25 shipping and handling for each volume. Prepaid orders only, please, to: American Meteorological Society, 45 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108 Bulletin American Meteorological Society 335
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Published: Feb 1, 1991
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