f)WCA ¥ STUDEN T RESEARCH PROJECTS nounce d effect on the local Reno, also presented to the Twin Paul Iniguez, a recent graduate of weather. Cities chapter in April, discussing St. Cloud State University an d cur- To examine this issue, Iniguez "Orographi c Flash Floods—the ren t student volunteer at NWS, obtained temperature data consist- Windwar d Side of Mountains." LaCrosse , Minnesota, spoke of in g of maximu m and minimum Billings discussed the fact that "Thermal Effects of the Twin Cit- temperatures, through the NWS's flash floods are the deadliest form ies Urba n Heat Island" at the April Cooperativ e Observer Network. of severe weather in the world. An meeting of the Twin Cities chap- He selected 20 stations to represent importan t group of flas h floods are ter of AMS. th e Minneapolis-St. Paul metro thos e that are triggered by oro- are a and the surrounding rural graphi c uplift, such as the 1972 Iniguez opened by saying that as the population of the United area. Iniguez analyzed the data for Rapi d City, South Dakota, and States increases, urban sprawl of the years 2000-02, specifically the 1976 Big Thompson Canyon, majo
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Published: Sep 1, 2003
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