obtained from inexpensive epuipment which contrasts Cape Canaveral with 25 years ago when low resolution photos were The 21 September meeting was held at the Gen-Nai obtained from equipment costing thousands of dollars. restaurant in Melbourne, Florida. Mark Isaminger, research meteorologist with M.l.T. Lincoln Labs was featured speaker. He was involved with the Terminal Central Gulf Coast Region Doppler Weather Radar (TDWR) project at the Orlando This chapter had a successful year after being International Airport this past summer. This project is reactivated on 15 November 1989. The final meeting part of an FAA measurement program to test and of the year took place at the Cypress House located at refine techniques for the automatic detection of low Stennis Space Center, Mississippi. altitude wind shear phenomena (specifically micro- A total of 80 members attended the seven chapter bursts and gust fronts), turbulence, tornadoes, and meetings held in 1990. Dave Gilhousen presented a heavy rain. talk in January on "Directional Wave Observations Isaminger described the successful results of the During Wind Shifts." In March, David Rust from the summer's test, explained how algorithm output from National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL) in Norman, the system would get into the hands of
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jan 1, 1991
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