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news from our chapters Gatsby's in Cocoa Beach. The featured speaker was Cape Canaveral John Ernst, director of the NASA Weather Support Officers for the 1990-91 year were elected at the May Office. Ernst's topic was the proposed formation of an meeting held at Gatsby's in Cocoa Beach. New offi- Applied Meteorology Unit (AMU) which would be lo- cers include Bart Hagemeyer, president; Bill Bauman, cated on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and would vice-president; Randy Evans, secretary; and Mike Sabones, treasurer. support a dialogue between researchers and opera- The speaker for the June meeting was Bud Parks of tional forecasters focused on solving weather prob- ENSCO in Melbourne, Florida. Parks' presentation lems and developing and testing new technology, was on the "Use of NOAA-11 Surface Temperature techniques, and processes. Measurements During the Kennedy Space Center The AMU would be staffed by NASA, USAF, NWS, Atmospheric Boundary Layer Experiment (KABLE)." contract meteorologists, and visiting scientists. The A special meeting was held 19 July at the Crossway goal of the AMU would be to provide a focused Inn in Cocoa Beach. The guest speaker was Roger environment conducive to advancing the reliability Wakimoto from the Department of Atmospheric Sci- and accuracy of weather support 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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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-71.11.1659
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Gatsby's in Cocoa Beach. The featured speaker was Cape Canaveral John Ernst, director of the NASA Weather Support Officers for the 1990-91 year were elected at the May Office. Ernst's topic was the proposed formation of an meeting held at Gatsby's in Cocoa Beach. New offi- Applied Meteorology Unit (AMU) which would be lo- cers include Bart Hagemeyer, president; Bill Bauman, cated on Cape Canaveral Air Force Station and would vice-president; Randy Evans, secretary; and Mike Sabones, treasurer. support a dialogue between researchers and opera- The speaker for the June meeting was Bud Parks of tional forecasters focused on solving weather prob- ENSCO in Melbourne, Florida. Parks' presentation lems and developing and testing new technology, was on the "Use of NOAA-11 Surface Temperature techniques, and processes. Measurements During the Kennedy Space Center The AMU would be staffed by NASA, USAF, NWS, Atmospheric Boundary Layer Experiment (KABLE)." contract meteorologists, and visiting scientists. The A special meeting was held 19 July at the Crossway goal of the AMU would be to provide a focused Inn in Cocoa Beach. The guest speaker was Roger environment conducive to advancing the reliability Wakimoto from the Department of Atmospheric Sci- and accuracy of weather support

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Nov 1, 1990

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