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news from our chapters thunderstorms are strong, however there is a dispro- Asheville Twenty-three people attended the 1 October 1989 portionately large amount of damage wreaked by meeting. The meeting was opened by chapter presi- these intense storms. dent Jennifer Stoltz. After the business meeting guest Przybylinski ended the presentation with a case speaker David Cowan spoke about aviation meteo- study of thunderstorms which resulted in tornadoes rology. and downbursts in central Indiana on 10 Marc h 1986. Air quality in North Carolina was the topic of the The 5 November 1989 meeting opened with a greeting to new and returning members. Opening November meeting. This presentation was made by comments concerned the October group field trip to Kevin Eldridge, George Murray, and Sandra Birck- the Oak Ridge Research Facility, where the group head, of the North Carolina Division of Environmental Management. toured several different areas of the facility including the Graphite Reactor Historical Site. Sue Jennings of Murray initiated the presentation by defining clean the U.S. Forest Service spoke about the history and air and air pollution. He gave a chronology of air pollution regulations, beginning with the Air Pollution development of the Blue Ridge Parkway. Control Act in 1955 and continuing 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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thunderstorms are strong, however there is a dispro- Asheville Twenty-three people attended the 1 October 1989 portionately large amount of damage wreaked by meeting. The meeting was opened by chapter presi- these intense storms. dent Jennifer Stoltz. After the business meeting guest Przybylinski ended the presentation with a case speaker David Cowan spoke about aviation meteo- study of thunderstorms which resulted in tornadoes rology. and downbursts in central Indiana on 10 Marc h 1986. Air quality in North Carolina was the topic of the The 5 November 1989 meeting opened with a greeting to new and returning members. Opening November meeting. This presentation was made by comments concerned the October group field trip to Kevin Eldridge, George Murray, and Sandra Birck- the Oak Ridge Research Facility, where the group head, of the North Carolina Division of Environmental Management. toured several different areas of the facility including the Graphite Reactor Historical Site. Sue Jennings of Murray initiated the presentation by defining clean the U.S. Forest Service spoke about the history and air and air pollution. He gave a chronology of air pollution regulations, beginning with the Air Pollution development of the Blue Ridge Parkway. Control Act in 1955 and continuing

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Published: Jun 1, 1990

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