Col d War Satellite Photos to Help Determine As has been its longstanding custom, the council Globa l Climate Change met in the Denver area to discuss and plan action In February 1995, President Clinton signed an relative to issues of importance to industrial meteo- executive order declassifying imagery collected by rologists. Among topics this year were international America's earliest satellite reconnaissance systems, data exchange, privatization of National Weather Ser- CORONA, ARGON, and LANYARD. These systems vice activities, Regional Climate Centers, and relation- were employed from 1960 to 1972 to photograph ships with universities and government laboratories. locations behind the Iron Curtain, the Sino-Soviet bloc. The declassified information from these recon- Tw o Laboratories to Share the Navy's naissance flights may have the potential to fill in space Computerize d Weather Forecasting System imagery gaps prior to 1972, when the first Landsat The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) and vehicle, ERTS-1, was launched. Scientists will be able the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have to access geophysical changes in the earth's surface agreed to share the navy's advanced computerized and define global climate change indicators (changes weather forecasting system called the Navy Opera- in vegetative and desert boundaries). Scientists then
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Sep 1, 1995
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