Schwerdtfeger Library Acquisitions - December 1994

Data

World ocean atlas 1994. Washington, DC, US Department of Commerce, NOAA, National Environmental Satellite, Data and Information Service, 1994. Set of 9 CD-ROMs.

Books

Camassa, Roberto; Hyman, James M.; Newman, William I. Modeling the forces of nature: Special issue originating from the 13th Annual International Conference for the Center for Nonlinear Studies, Los Alamos, NM, 17-21 May 1993. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Elsevier. 1994. x, 382p. Uncataloged.

Hankinson, Bob; Hermida, Alfonso. Hidden images: Making random dot stereograms. Minneapolis, MN, Que, 1994. xxi, 242p., disk. Uncataloged.

Houghton, John. Global warming: The complete briefing. Oxford, England, Lion Publishing, 1994. 192p. Uncataloged.

Maral, G.; Bousquet, M. Satellite communications systems: Systems, techniques and technology. New York, NY, John Wiley & Sons. 1993. 2nd edition. xvi, 688p. TK/5104/M3616/1993.

Reference

CD-ROM sourcebook for the atmospheric, oceanic, earth, and space sciences. New Bedford, NH, MetroQuest, Inc., 1994. Uncataloged.

U.S. Government Reports: NOAA

Air Resources Laboratory 1993 report. Silver Springs, MD, US Department of Commerce, NOAA, Environmental Research Laboratories, Air Resources Laboratory, 1994. 45p. C 55.602:993.

Bower, J. Brent. NGM-based MOS snowfall amount forecast for the United States. Silver Spring, MD, US Department of Commerce, NOAA, National Weather Service, Office of Meteorology, Program Requirements and Development Division, 1994. 16p. NOAA Technical Procedures Bulletin. C 55.128:420.

An initial forecast comparison of the Eta Model to the Limited- area Fine-mesh Model. Silver Spring, MD, US Department of Commerce, NOAA, National Weather Service, Office of Meteorology, Program Requirements and Development Division, 1994. 38p. NOAA Technical Procedures Bulletin. C 55.128:413.

Kluepfel, Charles K.; Schreiner, Anthony J.; Unger, David A. The Satellite-derived Cloud Cover Product (sounder). Silver Spring, MD, US Department of Commerce, NOAA, National Weather Service, Office of Meteorology, 1994. 15p. NOAA Technical Procedures Bulletin. C 55.128:410.

O'Lenic, Edward A. Operational long-lead outlooks of seasonal mean temperature and precipitation. Silver Spring, MD, US Department of Commerce, NOAA, National Weather Service, Office of Meteorology, Program Requirements and Development Division, 1994. 30p. NOAA Technical Procedures Bulletin. C 55.128:418.

Reap, Ronald M. 24-h NGM based probability and categorical forecasts of thunderstorms and severe local storms for the contiguous U.S. Silver Spring, MD, US Department of Commerce, NOAA, National Weather Service, Office of Meteorology, Program Requirements and Development Division, 1994. 12p. NOAA Technical Procedures Bulletin. C 55.128:419.

U.S. Government Reports: Air Force

Brown, James H. Synthetic 3-D atmospheric temperature structure: A model for known geophysical power spectra using a hybrid autoregression and Fourier technique. Hanscom AFB, MA, US Air Force, Air Force Material Command, Directorate of Geophysics, Phillips Laboratory, 1994. vii, 46p. PL-TR-94-2150. D 301.45/4:94-2150.

U.S. Government Reports: NASA

Horowitz, Richard; King, Joseph H. NSSDC data listing. Greenbelt, MD, NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center, National Space Science Data Center, World Data Center A for Rockets and Satellites, 1994. iii, 157p. NSSDC/WDC-A-R&S 94-09. NAS 1.37:94-09.

U.S. Government Reports: Department of Energy

Boden, Thomas A.; Kaiser, Dale P.; Sepanski, Robert J., et al. Trends '93: A compendium of data on global change. Oak Ridge, TN, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, World Data Center-A for Atmospheric Trace Gases, Environmental Sciences Division, 1994. xxix, 984p., appendixes. ESD Publication No.4195. ORNL/CDIAC-65.

University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)

Lukas, Roger; Webster, Peter. Proceedings of the U.S. TOGA Western Pacific Air-Sea Interaction Workshop, Honolulu, HI, 16-18 September 1987. [Boulder, CO], University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, 1988. 207p. USTOGA 8.

The UCAR Foundation. Strategic plan: 1994-2000. Boulder, CO, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, n.d. viii, 27p.

In-House Publications: SSEC, AOS, NESDIS, CCR

Smith, William L.; Schreiner, Anthony J.; Hayden, Christopher M. A report of the severe weather program for the period 1 September 1992 to 31 December 1993. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin- Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center, Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies, 1994. 44p. UW SSEC Publication No.94.12.S1.

Aune, Robert M. Improved precipitation predictions using total precipitable water from VAS. Conference on Numerical Weather Prediction, 10th, Portland, OR, 18-22 July 1994. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1994. pp192-194. Reprint #1697.

Bryson, Reid A. The discovery of the jet stream. Wisconsin Academy Review, June 1994, pp15-17. Reprint #1669.

Raymond, William H.; Aune, Robert M. Improved precipitation forecasts using parameterized feedbacks in a hydrostatic forecast model. Conference on Numerical Weather Prediction, 10th, Portland, OR, 18-22 July 1994. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1994. pp306-308. Reprint #1695.

Wu, Xiaohua; Diak, George R.; Hayden, Christopher M.; Young, John A. Short-range precipitation forecasting using assimilation of simulated satellite water vapor profiles and column cloud liquid water amounts. Conference on Numerical Weather Prediction, 10th, Portland, OR, 18-22 July 1994. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1994. pp124-127. Reprint #1698.

Wu, Xiaohua; Young, John A.; Diak, George R.; Hayden, Christopher M. Impacts of diabatic vertical mode initialization for model precipitation forecasts. Conference on Numerical Weather Prediction, 10th, Portland, OR, 18-22 July 1994. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1994. pp294-297. Reprint #1696.

Zapotocny, Tom H.; Johnson, Donald R.; Reames, Fred M. Development and initial test of the University of Wisconsin Global Isentropic-sigma Model. Monthly Weather Review v.122, no.9, 1994, pp2160-2178. Reprint #1715.

University Reports

Annual report 1994: Competition, cooperation and change. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, College of Engineering, 1994. 64p.

New accession list no.57, January-December 1993. Boulder, CO, University of Colorado, CIRES, World Data Center-A for Glaciology, [1994]. 55p.

International Reports: ECMWF

Buizza, Roberto. Linearity of optimal perturbation time evolution and sensitivity of ensemble forecasts to perturbation amplitude. Reading, UK, European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, Research Department, 1994. 39p., appendix. ECMWF Technical Memorandum No.205.

Cardinali, C.; Andersson, E.; Viterbo, P., et al. Use of conventional surface observations in three-dimensional variational data assimilation. Reading, UK, European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, Research Department, 1994. i, 31p. ECMWF Technical Memorandum No.207.

Stratosphere and Numerical Weather Prediction, Reading, UK, 15-17 November 1993. ECMWF Workshop proceedings. Reading, UK, European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, 1994. iv, 315p.

Scientists' Read File

NASA. Research Announcement. NASA/ESA biorack flight opportunities on shuttle missions. Letters of intent due 6 January 1995. Proposals due 10 February 1995.

NASA. Research Announcement. NASA specialized centers of research and training. Letters of intent due 17 February 1995. Proposals due 17 March 1995.

IAU Symposium 173: The Astrophysics of Gravitational Lensing, University of Melbourne, Australia, 9-14 July 1995. Registration information.

Hands-on workshops for desktop publishers. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Division of University Outreach, Communications Programs. Workshop descriptions and schedule for winter-spring 1995.

Summary of GPS/MET Program, Phase 1: Proof of concept June 93- July 95. S.l., University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, 1994. 20p.

Technology for a sustainable future: A framework for action. Washington, DC, Office of the President, Environmental Technology Strategy Staff, n.d. 29p.


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