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news and notes NOAA/C U Transpacific Wind Profiler Network Complete d in Biak, Indonesia The NOAA/CU transpacific wind profiler network completed its program with the dedication of the Biak VHF wind profiler in Biak, Indonesia. The profiler was constructed by NOAA's Aeronomy Laboratory in co- operation with the Indonesian National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN). The profiler oper- ates at 50 MHz. Other stations in the National Science Foundation-base d network include Piura, Peru; The cooperation between NOAA and LAPAN that led to the construction The international group of scientists attending the Biak cer- of the Biak wind profiler is a first emony were (left to right) Ken Gage, NOAA; Takashi Bito, Japanese advisor to Minister Habibie; Toshitaka Tsuda, Radio Atmospheric step., * to facilitate cooperation in Science Center in Japan; Tadahiko Ogawa, Communication Re- atmospheric and oceanic research, source Laboratories in Japan; John McBride, Bureau of Meteor- monitoring, and climate prediction. ology of Australia; Susan Avery, professor at the University of Colorado in Boulder; and Karjoto Sontokusumo, director general of the Meteorological and Geophysical Agency, Indonesia. Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia; and Christ- mas Island, Kirabati. Christmas Island is supported by NOAA's TOGA project office. The wind profiler opening was http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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NOAA/C U Transpacific Wind Profiler Network Complete d in Biak, Indonesia The NOAA/CU transpacific wind profiler network completed its program with the dedication of the Biak VHF wind profiler in Biak, Indonesia. The profiler was constructed by NOAA's Aeronomy Laboratory in co- operation with the Indonesian National Institute of Aeronautics and Space (LAPAN). The profiler oper- ates at 50 MHz. Other stations in the National Science Foundation-base d network include Piura, Peru; The cooperation between NOAA and LAPAN that led to the construction The international group of scientists attending the Biak cer- of the Biak wind profiler is a first emony were (left to right) Ken Gage, NOAA; Takashi Bito, Japanese advisor to Minister Habibie; Toshitaka Tsuda, Radio Atmospheric step., * to facilitate cooperation in Science Center in Japan; Tadahiko Ogawa, Communication Re- atmospheric and oceanic research, source Laboratories in Japan; John McBride, Bureau of Meteor- monitoring, and climate prediction. ology of Australia; Susan Avery, professor at the University of Colorado in Boulder; and Karjoto Sontokusumo, director general of the Meteorological and Geophysical Agency, Indonesia. Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia; and Christ- mas Island, Kirabati. Christmas Island is supported by NOAA's TOGA project office. The wind profiler opening was

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