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         Meteorology Laboratories & Research:     more books (100)
  1. Experimental studies of thunderstorm electrification (Environmental research papers) by Donald R Fitzgerald, 1976
  2. Electrical structure of large overwater shower clouds (Environmental research papers) by Donald R Fitzgerald, 1974
  3. Conditional joint probabilities (Environmental research papers) by Irving I Gringorten, 1978
  4. Observations of the natural dissipation of Appalachian Valley fog (Environmental research papers) by V. G Plank, 1976
  5. Measurements of visibility and radar reflectivity during snowstorms in the AFGL mesonet (Environmental research papers) by H. Stuart Muench, 1977
  6. Persistence, runs, and recurrence of sky cover (Environmental research papers) by Iver A Lund, 1977
  7. Fiscal year ... summary report of NOAA Meteorology Division support to the Environmental Protection Agency (SuDoc C 55.13/2:) by U.S. National Archives and Records Administration,
  8. A Gulf Stream study: Final report (Geophysical sciences laboratory report / New York University, School of Engineering and Science, Dept. of Meteorology and Oceanography) by Rudolph Hollman, 1966
  9. Laboratory and field evaluation of thrust anemometer: Final report, (New York University, School of Engineering and Science, Dept. of Meteorology and Oceanography, ... Geophysical Sciences Laboratory report) by Albert Dennis Kirwan, 1966
  10. The computer as an aid in dye diffusion studies (Dept. of Meteorology and Oceanography, Geophysical Sciences Laboratory report) by Emanuel Mehr, 1965
  11. Computer processing of lake data 1963-1964 (Dept. of Meteorology and Oceanography. Geophysical Sciences Laboratory report no. TR-65-9) by Emanuel Mehr, 1965
  12. High resolution spectroscopic measurements of carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide (Technical report / The University of Michigan, College of Engineering, ... [and] Meteorology and Oceanography) by Lucian W Chaney, 1972
  13. The fortieth anniversary history of weather radar research in the U.S. Air Force (AFGL-TR) by James I Metcalf, 1989
  14. A laboratory study on the phase transition for polar stratospheric cloud particles (SuDoc NAS 1.26:198056) by Edward H. Teets, 1997

81. DOC/NOAA/OAR/AOML: Atlantic Oceanographic And Meteorological Laboratory
Penn State Department of meteorology. Admissions. Courses. Degrees. Faculty. research. Weather. Alumni. News. About Us. 1997 The Pennsylvania State University. Site created by Steve Thompson aka
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The Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) is one of the Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (OAR) Facilities of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). NOAA/AOML is a part of the US Department of Commerce (DOC) and is located in Miami, Florida. AOML's mission is to conduct basic and applied research in oceanography, tropical meteorology, atmospheric and oceanic chemistry, and acoustics. The research seeks to understand the physical characteristics and processes of the ocean and the atmosphere, both separately and as a coupled system.
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82. NOAA ETL Clouds, Radiation, And Surface Processes Division
systems on the NOAA ship Ronald H. Brown (the primary research vessel for AOML, AL,NESDIS, and NCEP plus a host of universities and government laboratories.
Quick Links NOAA NOAA Research NOAA Boulder ETL Home Data Field Programs Search Site Staff Index CLOUDS, RADIATION, and SURFACE PROCESSES
Cloud and Arctic Research

Satellite Remote Sensing

Marine and Air-Sea Interaction

EPIC 2001

High Resolution Climate Observations

Sea Spray SHEBA/SEARCH STAFF PROGRAM DATA Flux Datasets GOES Images NSA MMCR SHBEA MMCR Researchers study the Arctic for signs of climate change.
Clouds, Radiation, and Surface Processes Division
Dr. Chris Fairall, Chief
The CRSP division develops measurement systems and techniques and applies those systems/techniques to various NOAA research missions. Our research emphasis is on atmospheric boundary layer (ABL) physical processes and associated interactions with the surface (ocean, land, ice) and the free troposphere where we seek fundamental understanding to promote the development of parameterizations useful for numerical models and diagnostic studies. Our measurement system emphasis is in remote sensors on NOAA satellites or surface-based sensors developed at ETL mixed with complex integrated systems of in situ sensors for studies of surface interactions. This division has participated in projects involving all three of NOAA's major research themes:
  • Short term forecasting (FASTEX, PACJET)

83. DMES Department Information
to support academic and research programs include information systems (GIS), synopticmeteorology and ocean engineering laboratories, including a 200 ft.
DMES Home Faculty I-DMES Oceanography ... Environmental Resource Management
Faculty (Full Time)
*=joint appointment
Adjunct Faculty
  • Dr. J.A. Angelo D.D. Barile, M.S. Dr. G. Blaha Dr. S. Bradfield Dr. A. Clark Wm. A. Cleary, P.E. Dr. W. R. Dally Dr. D. Defreese Dr. C.L. Emrich M.I. Duedall, J.D. Dr. R.G. Gilmore Dr. M.F. Helmstetter Dr. B.E. Lapointe F.R. Leslie, M.S. Dr. F.J. Merceret C.R. Parks, M.S. Dr. R.P. Reichard Dr. D.T. Resio Dr. N.P. Smith M.E. Splitt, M.S. Dr. A. Steinemann Dr. B.G. Tunberg Dr. R.W. Virnstein
Professor Emeritus

84. Vita (No Publications)
5/1997 Adjunct Assistant Professor, School of meteorology, University of EnvironmentalResearch laboratories Outstanding Paper, 1996 (Brooks, Doswell, and
Vita Harold E. Brooks e-mail:
Date and Place of Birth
11 March 1959, Saint Louis, Missouri
Employment History
1978-1979, 1980-1982 Laboratory Assistant, Physics Department, William Jewell College, Liberty, Missouri 1982-1985 Graduate Assistant, Columbia University in the City of New York, New York, New York. 1984-1985 Rapporteur, Columbia University Seminar on Global Habitability, New York, New York. 1985-1990 Graduate Research Assistant, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, Illinois. 1990-1992 National Research Council Regular Research Associate at the National Severe Storms Laboratory, Norman, Oklahoma. 1992 Research Associate, Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies, Norman, Oklahoma. 11/1992-present Research Meteorologist, National Severe Storms Laboratory, Norman, Oklahoma. 3/1996-present Head, Mesoscale Applications Group, National Severe Storms Laboratory 5/1997 Adjunct Assistant Professor, School of Meteorology, University of Oklahoma
Part I, Archaeological and Anthropological Tripos, 1980 University of Cambridge

85. Bin Wang - Links
and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST); Department of meteorology; ERL EnvironmentalResearch laboratories, NOAA; GFDL Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
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World-Wide Meteorologists
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  • University of Hawaii
  • School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology (SOEST)
  • Department of Meteorology
  • Joint Institute for Marine and Atmospheric Research (JIMAR) ...
  • Wyrtki Center for Climate Research and Prediction (WCCRP)
  • EPA: Environmental Protection Agency
  • NASA Home Page
  • NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
  • Goddard Lab for Atmospheres ...
  • GFDL: Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory/NOAA
    [Funding Agencies]
  • NSF: National Science Foundation
  • NSF FastLane: Proposal Status
  • COS: Community of Science, Inc.
  • AGU: American Geophysical Union
  • AMS: American Meteorological Society
    [Research Institutions]
  • NCAR: National Center for Atmospheric Research
  • Scripps Institution of Oceanography
  • Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
  • 86. ISU Meteorology Department Info
    the minimum required for meteorology majors, thereby universities, multiagency cooperativeresearch programs, and international laboratories continued to
    Admissions Faculty Alumni Weather ... ISU Homepage A Brief History of Meteorology at ISU A. The Early Years
    The early history of meteorology at Iowa State University involved programs in different departments that are still closely related to it. Although the first meteorology course was taught in Geology in 1908, apparently little was done within the Geology Department during the period which ended in 1945. World War II stimulated the training of meteorologists, and some faculty in physics with this background began active research programs in the mid-40's. This led to the Meteorolgy program being transferred to the Physics Department in 1945.
    About this same time the Agronomy Department began a program in Agricultural Climatology. H.C.S. Thom, who was the State Climatologist and also the Meteorologist in Charge on the U.S. Weather Bureau Office in Des Moines, was appointed to the faculty position in Agronomy and directed graduate research in Agricultural Climatology. Robert Shaw began his Ph.D. program under Thom and was appointed an instructor in Agricultural Climatology in 1946. Shaw stayed at Iowa State upon completion of his Ph.D. in 1949 and retired after a distinguished career in 1986.
    In 1964 the last meteorologist in the Physics Department resigned and the Physics Department requested that the meteorology program be formally dropped from their administrative responsibilities. The Dean of Sciences and Humanities felt that meteorology should not be totally lost from the college, so he provided 1/2 of a faculty position and received a commitment of an additional 1/2 position from the Agronomy Department. Thus, a jointly funded meteorology position was added to the Geology Department. At the same time the name was changed to the Department of Earth Science. W. Gale Biggs was hired as an assistant professor of Meteorology (Earth Science) and Climatology (Agronomy) in 1965.

    87. (put Title Here)
    Irrigation and Spray Diagnostics laboratories The irrigation laboratory is used forresearch into the Agricultural meteorology and Greenhouse Laboratory The

    Agricultural Machinery Laboratory
    The Agricultural Machinery Laboratory includes the following laboratories:
    • Adam Yekutiel soil-machine laboratory
      is a unique large scale laboratory for soil-machine interaction. It owns one of the largest soil bins facility, worldwide. The laboratory is named after the late IDF General Yekutiel Adam. Dynamic behavior of vehicles, trafficability, new approaches in mechanical and computerized control, sensing buried obstacles, and transmission by hydrostatic methods are studied in this laboratory.
    • Hydraulic power systems laboratory.
    • Spraying equipment laboratory.
    • Drying and cooling laboratory.
    • Vehicle control laboratory.
    • Field testing laboratory.
    Packaging Laboratory (in cooperation with the Food Technology Department)
    The Packaging Laboratory is equipped with state of the art facilities for static and dynamic testing of packaging materials and various types of containers. Various storage environments can be simulated in special chambers for conditioning the tested materials and containers.
    Materials Laboratory
    The Materials Laboratory offers teaching and research facilities for soil mechanics and physical properties of fruit and vegetables. The laboratory is equipped with a direct shear device, triaxle shear system, consolidation testing device, radioactivity instrument for measuring soil density and moisture content as well as other equipment to classify and sample soil. In addition, there is a universal loading machine (Instron) that can load up to five tons and a self-developed nondestructive measurement system for evaluating fruit and vegetable quality.

    88. A New Home For The College Of Aviation
    The threestructure education and research complex will two buildings housing laboratoriesand educational training, human factors, meteorology, safety science
    Embry-Riddle Destinations... - About Embry-Riddle - Admissions - Contact Information - Employment Opportunities - ERAU Online - Libraries - News and Events - President's Welcome - Research - Resident Centers - Search ERAU Web - University Update - Web Site Map - WebShop - Year 2000 Project Page Catalogs - Graduate - Undergraduate Campuses - Daytona Beach, FL - Extended Campus - Prescott, AZ A New Home for the College of Aviation Aviation's success in recent years has resulted in new challenges: unprecedented passenger growth, frequent flight delays, concerns about security, growing customer dissatisfaction, congested airport runways, mounting personnel shortages, aging aircraft, and outdated computer systems. To help address these problems, Embry-Riddle has implemented a plan to bring together an unequaled combination of expertise and technology dedicated to aviation education and research - all in a state-of-the-art Aviation Complex on its Daytona Beach, Fla., campus. The three-structure education and research complex will feature two buildings housing laboratories and educational facilities in airspace/airport simulation, air traffic management, engineering, flight training, human factors, meteorology, safety science, and software engineering. A third building will be a maintenance hangar where students in the bachelor's degree program in aeronautical systems maintenance will learn. In May, the 75,000-square-foot first building in the complex opened for summer term classes. Highlights of the building:

    89. Index Of Research Centers And Laboratories
    3D tutor samples by Earle Lane
    This site is at Cal State Hayward US and contains some Silicon Graphics movies on animations from the 3-D tutor.
    3D Volume Morphing Animations
    This site is at Stanford US and contains Volume Morphing animations done at Stanford Computer Graphics.
    3D Wind Vectors Over Maui
    This site is at UCSD, US and contains a mpeg of a 3Dimensional Massless Particle Advection through Wind Circulation over the Hawaian Island of Maui.
    ANUSF Visualization Laboratory
    This site is in Australia and contains visualizations done at the Lab. It contains Polymer Visualization and Volume Rendering.
    Animation of the Big Bang
    This is the homepage for the Cosmic explorer and has the SGI movie and mpeg of the Big Bang.
    Army High Performance Computing Research Center
    This site is in Minnesota, US and contains various images and animations of their research projects in:
    • Astrophysics
    • Medical Sciences
    • Robotics and Automation
    • Finite Element Analysis
    • Molecular Simulations
    Army Research Lab (ARL) Sci-Vis Archive
    This site is in Aberdeen Maryland US, and contains examples of some of the latest work being done in the field of Scientific Visualization, including a set of

    90. Oceanography Program
    well as practical experience gained through research conducted in the laboratoriesof RTC Laboratory (WGSL), which serves the meteorology and Oceanography
    Department of Geosciences Programs in Oceanography
    BS in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences
    Oceanography at San Francisco State University
    The campus of San Francisco State University (SFSU) lies within the city of San Francisco, on the San Francisco Peninsula in a spectacular setting overlooking the Pacific Ocean. SFSU's Department of Geosciences, part of the College of Science and Engineering and an affiliate of the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, is housed on the 5th and 6th floors of Thornton Hall. The undergraduate program in oceanography at SFSU is administered by the Department of Geosciences. As of Fall Semester 2002, the BS in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences with Concentrations in Meteorology and Oceanography will be available to students. This degree is the only one of its kind to be offered in either the California State University or University of California systems. The new degree is distinguished by its interdisciplinary core in meteorology and oceanography completed by all students regardless of concentration. The new degree will offer oceanography students several options or emphases that will be chosen with the help of a faculty advisor. These emphases are designed to prepare students for professional careers in physical oceanography or in applied oceanography. In addtion, all of the emphases are designed to give students the undergraduate background required for entry into graduate programs at leading institutions around the country. Finally, a unique interdisciplinary emphasis will prepare students to tackle the meteorologic and oceanographic aspects of climate change.

    91. Météo France - Research
    Forecasting is responsible for research and development its supply to the laboratoriesconcerned the Experimental and Instrumental meteorology Group develops
    Contact us
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    Partnerships Research activities
    The French National Centre for Meteorological Research works in a wide variety of research fields. Although these are centred on the atmosphere, they extend to the frontiers of meteorology, notably covering atmospheric chemistry, oceanography, surface hydrology, etc.
    Study of the planetary climate and environment Along with the rapid expansion of the Mocage atmospheric chemistry model, the CNRM is pursuing ongoing efforts to perfect climate simulation models. These models enable the representation of physical phenomena and various couplings such as atmosphere-ocean and snow-atmosphere. In parallel, experiments to simulate the climate of the 21st century are being conducted using scenarios suggested by the international scientific community. Researchers also study changes in snow or the ice pack in case of global warming, and the "regionalisation" of warming forecasts.
    The study of atmospheric processes
    Experimental campaigns
    The study of major atmospheric phenomena most frequently requires the implementation of experimental campaigns and the CNRM contributes actively to these. Such campaigns provide a harvest of invaluable scientific information, opening the way to years of work for hundreds of researchers throughout the world. So one or more of these events occur each year, such as the Map research experiment on the Alps in 1999, or in 2001 the Pomme experiment on the interaction between ocean and atmosphere, and the Escompte campaign on pollution in the Marseille region.

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    Bereavement research Network. BioMagResBank Database Gateway . Find out aboutresearch opportunities. California State University at San Bernardino .

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