NEWS AN D Notes Nationa l Severe Storms Laboratory Development Division, managed by former deputy Announces Reorganization director Doug Forsyth. The division will develop ad- Th e National Oceanic and Atmospheric vanced radar systems such as dual-polarized radar and phased-array radar as well as lead the NWS' s devel- Administration's (NOAA) National Severe Storms opment and migration of the NEXRAD (WSR-88D) Laboratory (NSSL) in Norman, Oklahoma, has re- radar to open systems technology. In addition, Forsyth structured its internal organization and moved several has been named NSSL's executive director for facili- peopl e to new positions to better reflect the ties and strategic planning and will continue in his role organization's current and pending research programs. as program manager for the Norman Building Consoli- The reorganization, which became effective 1 Janu- dation Project, representing all five NOAA Weather ary 2001, includes expansion from two to three sci- Partners in the planning of the proposed National ence and technology divisions. In addition, it includes Weather Center facility. a plan to improve information technology services for all employees, provides managerial assistance to Co- The Mesoscale Research and Applications Division operative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Stud- has been renamed the Forecast Research
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: May 1, 2001
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