a- m > j O 1HI |T1 "'V : r * Birmingham,Alabama, s C I I V C J d 1 I 8-14May 1994 45th International Science and Engineering Fair More than 900 high school students from 45 states and U.S. territories along with students from 29 foreign fairs competed in the 45th International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) held 8-1 4 May 1994 in Bir- mingham, Alabama. More than 70 professional scien- tific, corporate, educational, and federal organizations provided judges to administer special awards at the ISEF. The AMS judging team included Kevin Pence and Ronald Murphy, National Weather Service Fore- cast Office (NWSFO) in Birmingham, and Charles Holliday, Air Force Global Weather Central, Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska. The Birmingham NWSFO furnished invaluable administrative support ensuring the success of the judging effort. Of 13 disciplinary categories represented at the ISEF, the AMS judging team found atmospheric- related projects in the computer science, behavioral science, and medicine and health fields in addition to the core earth and space science division. The com- petition narrowed down to six projects covering tropi- cal cyclones, airflow around buildings, weather and health, and lightning. Like last year's ISEF in Biloxi, Mississippi, these
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Dec 1, 1994
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