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news and notes CRAY Y-MP 4-432 supercomputers. Academic and Program Established to Predict El Nino government scientists, selected by NOAA's Global From forecasts issued from the International Re- Change Program, will be allocated approximately search Institute for Climate Prediction, policy makers 12 500 hours of computer time annually. Scientists worldwide will have the capability to prepare for the from the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, the Uni- potentially devastating effects of an El Nino well in versity of California—San Diego, UCLA, the Univer- advance of the event. Funded by the National Oceanic sity of Washington, the University of Maryland, and and Atmospheric Administration, the International Re- The Florida State University will be working to improve search Institute for Climate Prediction was estab- atmospheric-oceanic models that predict climate varia- lished as a two-year pilot program at the Lamont- tions, such as atypical rain and temperature occur- Doherty Earth Observatory. The institute's core re- rences, over North and South America. search facility will collect global atmospheric and oce- anic data, explore the predictability of global climate UCAR Appoints Director of New Walter Orr Rob- variations like El Nino, develop computer models, and erts Institute systematically produce experimental forecasts of po- In an international search of more http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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CRAY Y-MP 4-432 supercomputers. Academic and Program Established to Predict El Nino government scientists, selected by NOAA's Global From forecasts issued from the International Re- Change Program, will be allocated approximately search Institute for Climate Prediction, policy makers 12 500 hours of computer time annually. Scientists worldwide will have the capability to prepare for the from the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, the Uni- potentially devastating effects of an El Nino well in versity of California—San Diego, UCLA, the Univer- advance of the event. Funded by the National Oceanic sity of Washington, the University of Maryland, and and Atmospheric Administration, the International Re- The Florida State University will be working to improve search Institute for Climate Prediction was estab- atmospheric-oceanic models that predict climate varia- lished as a two-year pilot program at the Lamont- tions, such as atypical rain and temperature occur- Doherty Earth Observatory. The institute's core re- rences, over North and South America. search facility will collect global atmospheric and oce- anic data, explore the predictability of global climate UCAR Appoints Director of New Walter Orr Rob- variations like El Nino, develop computer models, and erts Institute systematically produce experimental forecasts of po- In an international search of more

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Published: Jun 1, 1993

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