NEWS AN D Notes NOAA Celebrates 30 Years of Service The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminis- tration (NOAA) celebrated its 30th birthday this past year. The celebrations began in January at the 80th Annual AMS meeting in Long Beach, California, and continued throughout the year. James Baker, NOAA administrator stated, "As NOAA celebrates its 30th anniversary, we are thinking globally, providing the sound science and service essential to measuring, managing, and solving many of the nations's and the world' s difficult environmental challenges. The choices made by society and our agency today will profoundly shape America's economic and environ- NOAA' s 30th birthday cake cutting at the AMS Annual mental future." Meeting in Long Beach, California, in January 2000. The National Weather Service booth is in the background, showing the new This statement is emphasized by the global nature Interactive Forecast Preparation technology. Left to right: James of NOAA's components, many of which had nine- F. Kimpel, director, National Severe Storms Laboratory; Mary M. teenth-century beginnings. One such component, the Glackin , deputy assistant administrator for Satellite and National Ocean Service (NOS), NOAA's oldest sci- Information Services; James Baker, undersecretary, Department entific and technical agency, began at the turn
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jan 1, 2001
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