Television Seals of Approval

Television Seals of Approval Hughes STX Corpora- pertaining to the previous month's weather in the area. tion, a high-technology and The newsletter is sent to all museum members; yearly scientific applications com- membership dues are $18.00. pany, has announced the for- The museum is conducting the Tornado Confer- mation of a new business unit, ence on 9-11 July 1993. For information about the the Earth Resources Group. conference or the museum, contact Roger Brickner, Kenneth F. Klenk has been South Common, Haverhill, NH 03765; phone: 603- promoted to vice president 989-3167. and will head the recently formed group. Robert A. Raguso has been appointed to the The new Earth Resources position of vice president of marine sales for Group will be headquartered Weathernews America Inc. of Sunnyvale, Califor- in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, nia. Raguso will be responsible for the sales and marketing of the marine products and services offered where for the past year Klenk has been the Hughes by Weathernews. STX project manager at the U.S. Geologic Survey's Raguso has a degree in marine transportation from Earth Resources Observation System Data Center. the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, Klenk received his Ph.D. in physics from Lehigh New York, and since 1958 has held a Third Mate University in 1973, an M.S. in physics from Lehigh in License. He has also conducted postgraduate work in 1971, and a B.A. in physics from LaSalle College in meteorology and oceanography at several institutions 1969. He has published a number of papers and articles for journals and conference proceedings and has received a number of professional recognitions, including awards from NASA for his contributions to atmospheric ozone studies. Klenk is a member of the AMS, the American Geophysical Union, the Optical Society of America, and the National Space Club. (Listed by Certificate Number) Hughes STX Corporation, established in 1973, is a high-technology computer systems and scientific ap- 721 Erik Salna 1993 plications company active in scientific data manage- 722 Chris Bradley 1993 ment, remote sensing, earth and space sciences, 723 Peter V. Chan, Jr. 1993 defense technology, satellite ground systems, avia- 724 Christopher J. Cimino 1993 tion and marine navigation and traffic control systems, 725 Nancy E. Dignon 1993 meteorological systems, information security, and other 726 Chris Higgins 1993 high-technology areas. The company is an operating 727 Brian P. Orzel 1993 unit of Hughes Aircraft's Hughes Information Technol- 728 Cindy Preszler 1993 ogy Company. Hughes Aircraft Company is a unit of 729 Raymond W. Kordas, Jr. 1993 GM Hughes Electronics. In 1992, Roger Brickner, an avid weather enthusi- ast, opened the Museum of American Weather in Certified Consulting Meteorologists Haverhill, New Hampshire. Brickner originally intended (Listed by Certificate Number) for the 2000-sq-ft barn to house the weather-related paraphernalia that he had collected for nearly 50 510 Alexander N. Barnett 1993 years. With Brickner's guidance, the museum, in just 511 Steven Businger 1993 a short time, evolved into a place for weather buffs to 512 Freeman F. Hall, Jr. display their weather materials, a center for meetings, 513 J. Ivor John and an educational facility for children and adults. 514 Val. J. MacBlain The museum displays Brickner's collection of mate- 515 Theodore Palma rial, paintings depicting historic American weather 516 John D. Shewchuk events, donated historic weather data and instru- 517 Stephen W. Smutz ments, and weather videos donated by The Weather 518 Harold W. Thistle, Jr. Channel. 519 Robert S. Weinbeck The museum welcomes input, ideas, and materi- als. It also offers a monthly newsletter to members. The newsletter contains weather data and articles Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Hughes STX Corpora- pertaining to the previous month's weather in the area. tion, a high-technology and The newsletter is sent to all museum members; yearly scientific applications com- membership dues are $18.00. pany, has announced the for- The museum is conducting the Tornado Confer- mation of a new business unit, ence on 9-11 July 1993. For information about the the Earth Resources Group. conference or the museum, contact Roger Brickner, Kenneth F. Klenk has been South Common, Haverhill, NH 03765; phone: 603- promoted to vice president 989-3167. and will head the recently formed group. Robert A. Raguso has been appointed to the The new Earth Resources position of vice president of marine sales for Group will be headquartered Weathernews America Inc. of Sunnyvale, Califor- in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, nia. Raguso will be responsible for the sales and marketing of the marine products and services offered where for the past year Klenk has been the Hughes by Weathernews. STX project manager at the U.S. Geologic Survey's Raguso has a degree in marine transportation from Earth Resources Observation System Data Center. the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, Klenk received his Ph.D. in physics from Lehigh New York, and since 1958 has held a Third Mate University in 1973, an M.S. in physics from Lehigh in License. He has also conducted postgraduate work in 1971, and a B.A. in physics from LaSalle College in meteorology and oceanography at several institutions 1969. He has published a number of papers and articles for journals and conference proceedings and has received a number of professional recognitions, including awards from NASA for his contributions to atmospheric ozone studies. Klenk is a member of the AMS, the American Geophysical Union, the Optical Society of America, and the National Space Club. (Listed by Certificate Number) Hughes STX Corporation, established in 1973, is a high-technology computer systems and scientific ap- 721 Erik Salna 1993 plications company active in scientific data manage- 722 Chris Bradley 1993 ment, remote sensing, earth and space sciences, 723 Peter V. Chan, Jr. 1993 defense technology, satellite ground systems, avia- 724 Christopher J. Cimino 1993 tion and marine navigation and traffic control systems, 725 Nancy E. Dignon 1993 meteorological systems, information security, and other 726 Chris Higgins 1993 high-technology areas. The company is an operating 727 Brian P. Orzel 1993 unit of Hughes Aircraft's Hughes Information Technol- 728 Cindy Preszler 1993 ogy Company. Hughes Aircraft Company is a unit of 729 Raymond W. Kordas, Jr. 1993 GM Hughes Electronics. In 1992, Roger Brickner, an avid weather enthusi- ast, opened the Museum of American Weather in Certified Consulting Meteorologists Haverhill, New Hampshire. Brickner originally intended (Listed by Certificate Number) for the 2000-sq-ft barn to house the weather-related paraphernalia that he had collected for nearly 50 510 Alexander N. Barnett 1993 years. With Brickner's guidance, the museum, in just 511 Steven Businger 1993 a short time, evolved into a place for weather buffs to 512 Freeman F. Hall, Jr. display their weather materials, a center for meetings, 513 J. Ivor John and an educational facility for children and adults. 514 Val. J. MacBlain The museum displays Brickner's collection of mate- 515 Theodore Palma rial, paintings depicting historic American weather 516 John D. Shewchuk events, donated historic weather data and instru- 517 Stephen W. Smutz ments, and weather videos donated by The Weather 518 Harold W. Thistle, Jr. Channel. 519 Robert S. Weinbeck The museum welcomes input, ideas, and materi- als. It also offers a monthly newsletter to members. The newsletter contains weather data and articles Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society

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