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news from our chapters Michael MacCracken and Thomas Sullivan, from the Bay St. Louis Atmospheric & Geophysical Sciences Division of Elections were held on 14 November 1990 at Stennis Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, spoke on Space Center in Mississippi. New officers include "Modeling for Global Climate Change." William Burnett, president, Scott Klingenberger, vice- president, Tammy Townsend, secretary, and James Price, treasurer. Omaha-Offutt Thirty-two members and guests were present at the 15 January 1991 meeting held at the Old Country Millersville University Buffet in Omaha. During the business meeting, Presi- The first meeting of the semester was held 7 February dent VickiAnn Babcock announced the winner of the 1991 from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Roddy Science November forecasting contest. Dave Theophilus made Building. Michael Garstang lectured on the role of the best forecast for Omaha on Thanksgiving Day. Re- Amazon Rain Forest in the global climate. Garstang quest was made for science fair judges. impressed upon attendees the importance of these The speaker for the evening was 1st Lt. Fawn forests in steering the direction of the global climate. LeMay, weather officer at the Offutt Air Force Base Members' questions and concerns were addressed in Weather Station. Her timely presentation was about http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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Michael MacCracken and Thomas Sullivan, from the Bay St. Louis Atmospheric & Geophysical Sciences Division of Elections were held on 14 November 1990 at Stennis Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, spoke on Space Center in Mississippi. New officers include "Modeling for Global Climate Change." William Burnett, president, Scott Klingenberger, vice- president, Tammy Townsend, secretary, and James Price, treasurer. Omaha-Offutt Thirty-two members and guests were present at the 15 January 1991 meeting held at the Old Country Millersville University Buffet in Omaha. During the business meeting, Presi- The first meeting of the semester was held 7 February dent VickiAnn Babcock announced the winner of the 1991 from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Roddy Science November forecasting contest. Dave Theophilus made Building. Michael Garstang lectured on the role of the best forecast for Omaha on Thanksgiving Day. Re- Amazon Rain Forest in the global climate. Garstang quest was made for science fair judges. impressed upon attendees the importance of these The speaker for the evening was 1st Lt. Fawn forests in steering the direction of the global climate. LeMay, weather officer at the Offutt Air Force Base Members' questions and concerns were addressed in Weather Station. Her timely presentation was about

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Published: Apr 1, 1991

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