National Science Foundation Changes Grant seven days a week on existing conditions at locations Policy impossible to monitor by human observation. Scien- In a recent grant policy evaluation, the National tists depend on the DCPs located in remote areas to Science Foundation (NSF) decided to change the provide ground truth information. restrictions regulating how a researcher may spend Data transmitted through the GOES spacecraft are NSF grant funds. routinely received and ingested into mainframe com- Under a change to section S17d of the NSF Grant puters at NOAA/NESDIS Command and Data Acqui- Policy Manual, researchers are now allowed to use sition Station at Wallops Island, Virginia. The data is funds to pay for page charges for research published sent from Wallops to the National Meteorological in scientific journals operated for profit. Center in Maryland and the National Weather Service. Users can dial in directly to Wallops to retrieve data, The NSF made the decision to change policy operate their own direct readout ground stations to restrictions after considering all comments it received receive data directly from the satellite operating area from a notice placed in the December 1992 Federal orfrom multipoint relays using domestic satellite ground Register outlining the
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Dec 1, 1993
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