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  1. A laboratory hurricane model incorporating an analog to release of latent heat (Dept. of Meteorology research report) by Ronald K Hadlock, 1966
  2. Genome Analysis: A Laboratory Manual : Cloning Systems
  3. Parameterization of cumulus convection for inclusion in a tropical operational forecasting model (Environmental research papers / Air Force Cambridge Reasearch Laboratories) by Louis Berkofsky, 1974
  4. A study of atmospheric turbulence over a city (Report / Dept. of Meteorology nd Oceanography, Geophysical Sciences Laboratory) by Raymond J Deland, 1968
  5. Research in chemical composition of some forms of atmospheric particles (Cloud physics laboratory : technical note) by Ottavio Vittori, 1956
  6. Air pollution meteorology during the Houston urban plume study, July 1974 (Ecological research series) by Gale F Hoffnagle, 1977
  7. Research use of instrumented drones in cloud physics and meteorology (NRL report) by R. E Ruskin, 1963
  8. Tropospheric conditions over the tropical Atlantic as observed by two TIROS satellites and research aircraft during 22 September 1962 (Meteorological Satellite Laboratory report) by H. McClure Johnson, 1964
  9. A proposed procedure for diagnosis and improvement of dynamical prediction models (Environmental research papers) by Chien-Hsiung Yang, 1976
  10. Values of diffusion coefficients deduced from the closing times of helicopter-produced clearings in fog (Environmental research papers) by V. G Plank, 1977
  11. Persistence, runs, and recurrence of visibility (Environmental research papers) by Iver A Lund, 1978
  12. Calibration of Geosynchronous satellite video sensors (Environmental research papers) by H. Stuart Muench, 1981
  13. Fiscal year summary report of Division of Meteorology support to the Environmental Protection Agency (SuDoc C 55.13/2:) by U.S. National Archives and Records Administration,
  14. Climatic probabilities of the vertical distribution of cloud cover (Environmental research papers) by Irving I Gringorten, 1982

61. Directory Of Oceanography And Meteorology Servers
Branch Oceanographic Institution; Hobart Marine laboratories. System Development;Index meteorology - WWW Virtual for Global Change research and Education (IGCRE
Directory of oceanography and meteorology servers:

62.   I M A G I N E   (( U ))   At   S A I N T   L O U I S   U N I V E R S I T
Studies Latin Mathematics Medieval Studies meteorology Music Philosophy in industryor government laboratories, pharmaceutical research and drug


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African American Studies Catholic Studies Classical Humanities Classical Languages Community Service, Social Justice, and peace in the American City Creative and Professional Writing Forensic Science ... Course Descriptions Contact Us Undergraduate Admission 221 N. Grand Blvd. St. Louis, Missouri 63103 Phone: (314) 977-2500 Fax: (314) 977-7136 Email: Department of Chemistry Saint Louis University 221 N. Grand Blvd. Monsanto Hall 125 3501 Laclede Ave. St. Louis, MO 63103-2010 Phone: 314-977-2850 Printable Version Get Acrobat Chemistry Undergraduate Academic Programs
  • Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry Bachelor of Science in Chemistry Dual Degree Program in Chemical Engineering with Washington University
What type of students are interested in Chemistry? In addition to those interested in pursuing a graduate degree and a career in chemistry or education, there are many students who use a degree in chemistry to prepare for medical school, other health related professions, or law school. What can students do with a degree in chemistry?

63. Panel On Digitization And Communications Science
and the Defense Advanced research Projects Agency (DARPA Previously, he worked forAT T Bell laboratories. His expertise includes meteorology and mathematical

64. Department Of Meteorology - Overview
The Department of meteorology, part of the Earth Sciences Program that Weather Service,the NOAA Satellite (NESDIS) and Air research laboratories, all of which
Meteorology Home Search
Department Overview
University The University of Maryland is a land-grant university, originating in 1807. The entire University system includes about 2,600 faculty members and 9,000 graduate students. The College Park campus, where the Department of Meteorology is located, is the system's flagship institution and is undergoing a period of sustained growth. The 1995 report of the National Research Council indicated that the University of Maryland, College Park is in the top 10 in Oceanography, and the 2002 US News World Report shows it as only one of 11 public and private universities being in the top 20 nationwide in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Physics. Programs of Study The Department of Meteorology, part of the Earth Sciences Program that includes the collocated Earth System Sciences Interdisciplinary Center (ESSIC), offers graduate degrees in atmospheric and oceanic sciences, and climate and earth sciences. Our curriculum allows each student a choice of one of three areas of concentration (Dynamics of the Atmosphere and Oceans, Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, and Climate and Earth Sciences), with 6 core courses and about 20 elective courses. Most students devote their first year to the core courses, covering the three areas, and take a comprehensive exam during the second year. The Master degree program generally takes two years to complete, and the Ph. D program about 4 to 5 years. The Department is particularly strong in Atmosphereic Chemistry and Air Pollution, Mesoscale to Global Numerical Weather Prediction, Data Assimilation, Earth Sciences and Climate, Physical Oceanography, Remote Sensing, and Dynamics with Predictability. These strengths are reinforced by strong collaborations leading to joint research topics with NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Maryland Departments of the Environment and of National Resources, the NAtiona Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) of the National Weather Service, the NOAA Satellite (NESDIS) and Air Research Laboratories, all of which are located near the campus. Interdisciplinary programs with the Departments of Geology, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Sciences, Geography, the Marine-Estuarine Environmental Science, and Hydrology (within the School of Engineering) are also encouraged. The Department has two members of the National Academy of Engineering and a member of the Academia Europaea.

65. A Brief History Of The Stanstead Seminar
Canada, hosted by the the Arctic meteorology research Group (AMRG) of McGill Universityin conjunction with the US Air Force Cambridge research laboratories.
A Brief History of the Stanstead Seminar
In 1959, scientists in the Arctic Meteorology Research Group at McGill University, joined forces with scientists in the Radar Meteorology Group of the Physics Department to form the Department of Meteorology. The AMRG continued to host the Stanstead Seminar with support from the U.S. Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratories until 1969. At this time, the Stanstead Seminar was hosted by McGill's Department of Meteorology with financial support from the Meteorological Service of Canada as well as the McGill Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research (and, in some years, the Natural Science and Engineering Recearch Council (NSERC)). In 1982, scientists from the Atmospheric Analysis and Prediction Division of NCAR helped organize the Seminar. In 1993, the Stanstead Seminar was hosted by the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, as the Department of Meteorology came to be known in 1992. The purpose of the Stanstead Seminar is still to act more as an informal workshop than as a conventional conference. Bishop's University is an ideal place to gather, socialize, exchange ideas and do science in an informal setting. For this reason, registration is open but limited, and attempts have been made to provide ample time for the discussion of the presentations as well as for the presentations themselves. Year Location Theme Chairman(men) June 16 - 20, 2003

66. NCSU: MEAS: Prospective Undergraduate Students: Marine Sciences
Science and another in Physics, Chemistry, meteorology or Geology. state and localgovernments Academic laboratories research organizations Non
Prospective Students: Marine Sciences
Earth Sciences

Atmospheric Sciences

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... Courses
Undergraduate Marine Science Undergraduate Marine Science Degree Programs:
Chemistry Concentration

Geology Concentration
Meteorology Concentration Physics Concentration What do marine scientists do? Opportunities for marine science majors at NC State The Department of Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at NCSU offers BS degrees in Marine Sciences with emphases in Physics, Chemistry, Geology and Meteorology. Our goal is to train scientists with a solid grounding in their discipline of emphasis, but whose broad exposure to the other Marine Science disciplines allows them to recognize and integrate the effects of complex interactions between sea, solid earth and atmosphere. By incorporating a few additional courses into a carefully-planned program, our students can earn two B.S. degreesone in Marine Science and another in Physics, Chemistry, Meteorology or Geology. Most important are the 30+ MEAS faculty, dedicated to the training of students, discovery of new knowledge, and service to the public. We occupy a modern teaching and research building, and are partners in coastal facility, CMAST . Our libraries (with Natural Resources shelved in our building) offer world-class on-line services. State-of-the-art technology, dedicated instructional time on oceanographic vessels, and numerous field stations facilitate "real-world" training. All marine science majors go to sea aboard ocean going vessels before they graduate.

67. Research In Meterology
Roy Chester, Oceanography laboratories Earth Science 1998 to 2001 MeningitisResearch Foundation £75,300 on West African meteorology and meteorological
Research in meteorology: Andy Morse, Ph.D., F.R.Met.S Click to view: Research Page Staff Contacts Home Page
  • 1998 to 2001 Meningitis Research Foundation £75,300 'Forecasting meningitis epidemics in Africa' with MALSAT, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and the Department of Medical Microbiology, University of Liverpool, Miss Anna Molesworth is appointed as PGRA on the grant. MALSAT webpage. Project web site.
    Meningococcal meningitis is a major disease of sub Saharan Africa with the classic meningitis belt covering much of West Africa. Meningitis is a disease of the latter part of the dry season and ceases with the onset of the rains. The disease is epidemic in nature and is a big killer of people who have not acquired any immunity. Much of the initial effort of this project has gone into assembling a clinical database of clinically confirmed cases of the disease. This database where possible exists down to a district level for countries in West Africa. The best data sets have been found so far in Niger, Mali and Togo. It is suggested in the literature that the disease is triggered (there are high carriage rate in any population) once the absolute humidity drops below 10gm
  • 68. Oceanographic Web Sites
    Technology; MIT Center for meteorology and Physical Ocean Engineering; Monterey BayAquarium research Institute; Moss Landing Marine laboratories California State
    OPEN SEAS INSTRUMENTATION INC Links to Ocean Sites Also see our Oceanographic Organizations Commercial Ocean Industries page. Please email us if you either have, or know of, a site that should be listed. We would like to make this page as complete and useful as possible. These listings are alphabetical. A B C D ... Z
  • Acadia University Centre for Estuarine Research Acoustic Research Laboratory National University of Singapore Acoustical Oceanography Research Group Institute of Ocean Sciences, BC Alabama University and College System Dauphin Island Sea Lab Alaska Fisheries Science Center National Marine Fisheries Service Alfred Wegener Institute NOAA AtlantNIRO Auke Bay Laboratory National Marine Fisheries Service
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  • Baltic Sea Research Institute University of Rostock Bar-Ilan University Life Sciences Dept Baruch Institute of Marine Biology University of South Carolina Beaufort Lab National Marine Fisheries Service Bedford Institute of Oceanography Geological Survey of Canada (Atlantic) Bedford Institute of Oceanography Habitat Ecology Bedford Institute of Oceanography Ocean Science Bermuda Biological Station for Research Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences Blakely Island Field Station Seattle Pacific University Bodega Marine Laboratory University of California-Davis Bremen University Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency of Germany
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  • Calabash Caye Field Station University College of Belize, Marine Research Centre
  • 69. PSU - Faculty Of Geography
    Two years later the Department of meteorology was established for the purpose withthe participation Some research laboratories are attached to the Department.

    70. Meteorology
    on research programs through the individual scientistÕs research laboratories.1. BS in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences meteorology Concentration.
    Degree Programs in Meteorology and Oceanography
    The undergraduate program in meteorology and oceanography at San Francisco State University (SFSU) is administered by the Department of Geosciences. The BS in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences is unique among atmospheric and oceanic science degrees across the country in that students in both concentrations take a common 25-unit core of coursework designed to investigate the interactions between the atmosphere and oceans. The degree has six emphases within the two concentrations with specific course groupings for students interested in either meteorology or oceanography. The emphases include several developing areas of employment (applied meteorology, applied oceanography and physical oceanography) as well as the traditional areas of preparation for careers in the National Weather Service and for admission to graduate school. The Climate Change emphasis is common to both the meteorology and oceanography concentrations. The American Meteorological Society (AMS) has drafted a list of criteria to which major programs in atmospheric sciences must adhere in order to meet academic requirements. The curriculum for the meteorology concentration was developed on the bases of these criteria.

    71. Colorado State University’s Cooperative Institute For Research In The Atmospher
    position openings over the next six months in the area of meteorology. independentas well as collaborative research with various research laboratories of the
    Potential Meteorology Positions The Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA) at Colorado State University anticipates scientific professional position openings over the next six months in the area of meteorology. Possible position titles are Research Associate I, II, III or IV and Senior Research Associate. As positions become available, your resume will be reviewed along with the others in our current applicant pool. CIRA conducts independent as well as collaborative research with various research laboratories of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the National Park Service (NPS) in Fort Collins, Boulder, and Lakewood. Position openings may be in any of the three cities. Responsibilities: The work environment for meteorologists includes collaborative research with other CSU researchers in Fort Collins including Atmospheric Scientists, Engineers, Social Scientists, and Physicists. In Boulder and Lakewood, CIRA researchers collaborate with NOAA and NPS. CIRA is looking for meteorological professionals with specific research experience and academic work in the following areas: Remote Sensing (satellite, aircraft, and ground-based systems); Satellite Meteorology; Mesoscale Modeling; Cloud Physics; Aerosols and Atmospheric Chemistry; Radiation; 4DDA and Data Fusion Research; Data Analysis and Quality Control; and Operational Weather Support Systems and Algorithm Development.

    72. Remote Sensing Laboratories: Research
    as to their ability to comply with the different research requirements. This was easilyestablished online between the Swiss Institute of meteorology (SMA) and
    Remote Sensing Series Vol. 27
    Das Snowmelt Runoff Model ETH (SRM-ETH) als universelles Simulations- und Prognosesystem von Schneeschmelz-Abflussmengen - Ein Beispiel der Integration von Satellitenfernerkundung und Geographischen Informationssystemen (GIS)
    (German Version)
    Snowmelt Runoff is the predominant part of the total water runoff in Alpine basins. The present project aimed at forecasting the runoff from snowmelt and precipitation by means of the Snowmelt Runoff Model (SRM), also known as the RANGO-MARTINEC Model.
    The methodology was applied as
    • longterm forecast (on the 1. of April predicting half a year in advance)
    • shortterm forecast (daily, adressing successive 4 days respectively)
    to the two runoff basins Sedrun and Tavanasa. These two basins feed the power plants of the electric power company "Kraftwerke Vorderrhein" in the Swiss Alps in Graubünden. The forecasts took place in summer 1993 and 1994. Different steps had to be taken: First, a complete computer-based system had to be established consisting of the following elements:
    • Link to a Geographic Information System (GIS).

    73. NUS : Temasek Laboratories Staff Profile
    SUFATRIO, Associate Scientist,, meteorology NUMERICALWEATHER PREDICTION. KOH Tieh Yong. research Scientist.
    Name Designation Email Staff Profile ADMINISTRATION LIM Hock Director NEO Ping Ping Senior Administrative Officer LIM Lay Cheng Jesslyn Administrative Officer CHAN Mui Mui Karrie Management Support Officer Maryate Binte Muhamad Management Support Officer Sundaram ARUMUGAM Technical Support Officer AERODYNAMICS LUM Kai Yew Principal Research Scientist TSAI Her Mann Principal Research Scientist Tapabrata RAY Senior Research Scientist CAI Jinsheng Research Scientist LAI Kwok Leung Research Scientist LI Gongling Research Scientist WANG Dan Research Scientist XIAO Qing Research Scientist YANG Guang Hong Research Scientist ZHANG Zhengke Research Scientist Adam DeLisse Associate Scientist CUI Yongdong Associate Scientist

    74. Program Description
    and needs of both students and employers (eg, government research laboratories, NationalWeather office or from the COOP advisor in the meteorology Department
    Program Description
    Meteorology is the science of the atmosphere, which blends physics, mathematics, chemistry, and computer science to provide a theoretical and practical framework for studying the complex behavior of our dynamic atmosphere. Weather forecasting is one of the many facets of meteorology. Other areas of study include El Niño, La Niña, global climate change, plan-etary atmospheres, air quality, ozone depletion, atmospheric chemistry, and severe storms.
    • Forecasting Air pollution Atmospheric dynamics Climatology Numerical modeling Boundary layer Instrumentation Severe storms Cloud physics Weather communications
    Theoretical and practical concepts are combined to prepare students for graduate studies, or for careers in forecasting, applied meteorology, or research.
    Bachelor of Science in Meteorology The BS program is designed to be completed in four years. The BS can be earned in two years by qualified transfer students. Electives allow specialization in computational meteorology, applied meteor-ology, forecasting, air pollution, science education, or preparation for graduate study.
    Master of Science in Meteorology The MS degree program is designed to be com-pleted in two years. A research thesis is required. Research assistantships are often available to qualified students.

    75. Kilo Moana
    This is the best research ship ever Facilities include library and conference roomsand hydrographic, computers, chemistry, wet and meteorology laboratories.
    UH Welcomes the R/V Kilo Moana
    Kilo Moana , a twin hull marvel that has been called the best research ship in the U.S. academic fleet. School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology ( SOEST
    The R/V Kilo Moana is the first U.S. research ship to use the small waterplane area, twin hull (SWATH) technology, designed to provide a comfortable, stable platform in high sea conditions. It is owned by the Office of Naval Research and operated by SOEST. The name is Hawaiian for "oceanographer," and among those on hand to greet the ship was Manoa Oceanographer David Karl Debby Ramsey Gray Drewry and several other former Univeristy of Washington crew members. Brian Taylor Fred Duennebier Eric Firing David Karl and Christopher Measures ; computer research facility manager Michael Simpson and shhipboard support services supervisor Steve Poulos The Kilo Moana accommodates 31 scientists and a crew of 17. Among them was First Mate John Stah , who was greeted by young friend Ethan. Also happy to see him: wife Sharon Stahl Debby Gall was delighted by the lunch provided at the arrival party—her first meal in six weeks that she didn’t have to cook herself. While those aboard raved about her chocolate chip cookies and monthly "thanksgiving" dinners, she marveled at what scientists can put away. “I’ve cooked for underwater construction crews. Deep divers are in cold water and go straight into decompression chambers, which are also cold, so they burn a huge number of calories. They eat like no one I ever saw … until I cooked for these scientists,” she laughed. “And they’re skinny!”

    76. The Major
    HONS157 and 158 Honors Physics (including associated laboratories). PHYS105 Introductionto meteorology (if not 1) above) PHYS390 research PHYS399 Tutorial
    General Degree Requirements
    The College of Charleston has some broad General Education Requirements which students in any major must satisfy, in addition to the specific requirements of each major. Please see the section on humanities for courses which satisfy the twelve credit hours in humanities required of all students.
    Department Offerings
    - Majors - A program well suited to students expecting graduate work in Physics, Astronomy or other technical fields, including Medicine. An individual program can be designed to meet the student's goals. A Bachelor of Science degree in Physics shall consist of a minimum of 43 hours of coursework, which must include PHYS201, 202, 301, 330, 370, 403, 409, 419, and 420. The remaining 15 hours may chosen with department approval from PHYS203, 206, and any 300 or 400 level course. One 200-level engineering course may be also be applied to the 15 remaining hours. CSCI220 or its equivalent is strongly recommended. Fifteen hours of mathematics are required by course prerequisites. Under special circumstances, with department approval, PHYS101 and 102 (with associated labs) together with MATH120 may replace PHYS201 and 202. With department approval, PHYS499 may be substituted for PHYS420. Suggested programs of study for graduate school in physics, astronomy and astrophysics, meteorology, medicine, and engineering are available from the department.

    77. Federation And Meteorology, History Of Research In The Bureau Of Meteorology, Pa
    laboratories similar to those in America and Europe. Here postgraduate students andmen working for the Doctor's degree would undertake research in meteorology
    Page 802
    Federation and Meteorology

    Table of Contents

    History of Research in the Bureau of Meteorology


    Appendix 2: Meteorology Act 1955

    Appendix 3: Simpson Report
    Notes on Research and Training in the Meteorological Bureau and University in Response to the Letter from the Minister for the Interior Dated 18 January, 1939
    Special Investigations

    Pure Research
    Research in a Meteorological Bureau Meteorological Research at the Universities ... Contact us Appendix 3: Simpson Report
    Notes on Research and Training in the Meteorological Bureau and University in Response to the Letter from the Minister for the Interior Dated 18 January, 1939
  • These notes are written on the assumption that there is in Australia a Meteorological Service which collects weather data from a network of Stations and coordinates them for the use of the public. It computes average values of temperature, rainfall and the other meteorological elements and publishes them in Monthly and Annual Reports. It also collects information by telegraph and draws synoptic charts for the preparation of the forecasts required by aviation, shipping, agriculture, and the general public. Such a Service could be run with a staff having a minimum of scientific knowledge and training if it were content to employ discoveries and methods originating in other countries; but it could not meet modern demands for meteorological information without undertaking research to adapt meteorological principles to local conditions and to improve the technique of local weather forecasting.
  • 78. 1955-65 Establishment Of General Circulation Modeling
    in 1955 as the General Circulation research Section of the US of meteorology alsobegan to design numerical general circulation Lawrence Livermore laboratories.

    79. Links Of Interest To Unidata Participants
    meteorology. Contents. Servers of EarthRelated Science Information. Around Boulderand Colorado. research Institutions and Government laboratories.
    Unidata's Links to Elsewhere
    Pointers to some servers of possible interest to the Unidata Community

    National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration laboratory which aims in part to help improve environmental services to the public.
    You will be routed to the web site for NOAA Research (Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research), under which the 12 research laboratories (formerly ERL) are now organized.
    If your browser does not support HTML-REDIRECT please click on the link below.

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