maintained and operated as an NSF National Facility, New Director of ECMWF should be directed to Patrick Kennedy, CSU-CHILL David Burridge has been appointed director of the Facility Manager, Department of Atmospheric Science, European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Fore- Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 80523, casts (ECMWF). Beginning 1 January 1991, he will telephone (303) 356-1364. Additional full-time staff succeed Lennart Bengtsson, who has taken an include Eugene Mueller, senior engineer; David appointment as director at the Max-Planck-lnstitut fur Brunkow, software engineer; and Kenneth Pattison, Meteorologie in Hamburg. technician. Burridge has been the head of research at ECMWF since 1 March 1982, and deputy director of the center since 1 January 1990. The European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts is an international organization supported by 18 European member states. Its principal objectives are the production of operational medium-range weather forecasts (up to ten days ahead), carrying out research directed to improving the quality of the forecasts, and the transmission of the forecasts via dedicated telecommunications links to the national meteorological services of the member states. Its headquarters is situated in Shinfield Park, near Reading, England. CSU-CHILL Radar Facility in Fort Collins, Colorado. CSU-CHILL Awarded Five-year Agreement from NSF
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jan 1, 1991
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