Science Fair Winners

Science Fair Winners mm lit ® ' • Summary of the AMS Participation in the 1991 pared closely with those in recent years. Project International Science and Engineering Affiliated content this year was more competitive, requiring Fairs, 5-1 1 May 1991 additional, detailed evaluation time, and multiple inter- view rounds before the three finalists were deter- The Orange County Convention and Civic Center in mined. Orlando, Florida, hosted the 42nd International Sci- FIRST-PLACE AWARD: Kristy L. Edwards, 17, a senior ence and Engineering Fair (ISEF) on 5-1 1 May 1991. at Tuscarawas High School in Soarville, Ohio, re- Over 60 professional scientific, engineering, and fed- ceived the AMS special award for the best atmo- eral organizations provided judge s to administer spe- spheric science exhibit at the ISEF. Edwards work was on the "Effects of the 1988 Drought on Milk Production." Edwards developed a temperature-humidity (TH) stress in- dex tailored for use with dairy herds. She modified a National Weather Service index for the general public and cali- brated it to separate dairy-herd milk pro- duction datasets. She accomplished this by running sensitivity analyses on the T H index equation and interactively adjust- ing to statistically optimize the correla- tion of TH 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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Copyright © American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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10.1175/1520-0477-72.12.1942
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mm lit ® ' • Summary of the AMS Participation in the 1991 pared closely with those in recent years. Project International Science and Engineering Affiliated content this year was more competitive, requiring Fairs, 5-1 1 May 1991 additional, detailed evaluation time, and multiple inter- view rounds before the three finalists were deter- The Orange County Convention and Civic Center in mined. Orlando, Florida, hosted the 42nd International Sci- FIRST-PLACE AWARD: Kristy L. Edwards, 17, a senior ence and Engineering Fair (ISEF) on 5-1 1 May 1991. at Tuscarawas High School in Soarville, Ohio, re- Over 60 professional scientific, engineering, and fed- ceived the AMS special award for the best atmo- eral organizations provided judge s to administer spe- spheric science exhibit at the ISEF. Edwards work was on the "Effects of the 1988 Drought on Milk Production." Edwards developed a temperature-humidity (TH) stress in- dex tailored for use with dairy herds. She modified a National Weather Service index for the general public and cali- brated it to separate dairy-herd milk pro- duction datasets. She accomplished this by running sensitivity analyses on the T H index equation and interactively adjust- ing to statistically optimize the correla- tion of TH

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Published: Dec 1, 1991

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