Schwerdtfeger Library Acquisitions - February 1995

Data

Marine climatic atlas of the world, version 1.0. Asheville, NC, Naval Oceanography Command Detachment, 1992. CD-ROM.

Books

Bluestein, Howard B. Synoptic-dynamic meteorology in midlatitudes, Volume II: Observations and theory of weather systems. New York, NY, Oxford University Press, 1993. xii, 594p. QC/874/B68/1993.

Conference on Satellite Meteorology and Oceanography, 7th, Monterey, CA, 6-10 June 1994 (preprints). Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1994. xxxii, 615p., appendix. TL/798/M4/C62/1994.

Emanuel, Kerry A.; Raymond, David J. The representation of cumulus convection in numerical models. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1993. v, 246p. QC/851/A5/M3/v.24/no.46.

Mobley, Curtis D. Light and water: Radiative transfer in natural waters. San Diego, CA, Academic Press, 1994. xvii, 592p. QC/920/M63/1994.

National Research Council. 1993 review of the World Data Center- A for Meteorology and the National Climatic Data Center. Washington, DC, National Academy Press, 1994. vii, 29p. Uncataloged.

Reference

Espanshade, Edward B. Jr; Hudson, John C. Goode's world atlas. Chicago, IL, Rand McNally, 1995. 19th edition. xii, 371p. G/1021/G6/1995.

National Geographic Society. National Geographic atlas of the world. Washington, DC, National Geographic Society, 1992. Revised 6th edition. vi, 134p, index. G/1021/N38/1992.

U.S. Government Reports: NOAA

Doppler radar meteorological observations, part D: WSR-88D unit description and operational applications. Washington, DC, US Department of Commerce, NOAA, Office of the Federal Coordinator for Meteorological Services and Supporting Research, 1992. Various paging. Federal Meteorological Handbook No.11, interim version one. C 1.8/4:11.

Erickson, Mary C. NGM-based MOS precipitation type forecasts for the United States. Silver Spring, MD, US Department of Commerce, NOAA, National Weather Service, Program Requirements and Development Division, 1995. 12p. NOAA Technical Procedures Bulletin. C 55.128:421.

U.S. Government Reports: NASA

Looking at Earth from space: Direct readout from environmental satellites. Washington, DC, NASA, Office of Mission to Planet Earth, 1994. 15p. An education reference for teachers, grades 7-12. EP-300. NAS 1.19:300.

Looking at Earth from space: Direct readout from environmental satellites: A guide to equipment and vendors. Washington, DC, NASA, Office of Mission to Planet Earth, 1994. 20p. An education reference for teachers, grades 7-12. EP-301. NAS 1.19:301.

Looking at Earth from space: Glossary of terms. Washington, DC, NASA, Office of Mission to Planet Earth, 1994. 76p. An education reference for teachers, grades 7-12. EP-302. NAS 1.19:302.

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

Hamill, Paul D. On the relationship between Antarctic meteorological variables and ENSO. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, 1994. vi, 123p. M.S. Thesis. UW MET Publication No.94.12.H1.

Hartten, Leslie Marie. Westerly wind bursts: A synoptic-dynamic study. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, 1993. vii, 251p. Ph.D. Thesis. UW MET Publication No.93.12.H1.

Wu, Xiaohua; Diak, George R.; Hayden, Chrisotpher M.; Young, John A. Short-range precipitation forecasts using assimilation of simulated satellite water vapor profiles and column cloud liquid water amounts. Monthly Weather Review v.123, no.2, 1995, pp347-365. Reprint #1809.

University Reports

Boyle, James S. Preliminary validation of the low frequency variability of tropospheric temperature and circulation simulated for the AMIP by the ECMWF model. Livermore, CA, University of California, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Program for Climate Model Diagnosis and Intercomparison (PCMDI), 1993. i, 20p. PCMDI report no.11.

Boyle, James S. Sensitivity of dynamical quantities to horizontal resolution in a climate simulation with the ECMWF atmospheric general circulation model (cycle 33). Livermore, CA, University of California, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Program for Climate Model Diagnosis and Intercomparison (PCMDI), 1992. i, 38p. UCRL-ID-109894. PCMDI report no.6.

Covey, Curt. Behavior of an ocean general circulation model at four different horizontal resolutions. Livermore, CA, University of California, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Program for Climate Model Diagnosis and Intercomparison (PCMDI), 1992. i, 29p. UCRL-ID-111564. PCMDI report no.4.

Gates, W. Lawrence. AMIP: The Atmospheric Model Intercomparison Project. Livermore, CA, University of California, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Program for Climate Model Diagnosis and Intercomparison (PCMDI), 1992. i, 17p. UCRL-ID-111532 Rev 1. PCMDI report no.7.

Gates, W. Lawrence. The validation of atmospheric models. Livermore, CA, University of California, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Program for Climate Model Diagnosis and Intercomparison (PCMDI), 1992. i, 17p. UCRL-ID-109810. PCMDI report no.1.

Phillips, Thomas J.; Corsetti, Lisa C.; Grotch, Stanley L. The impact of horizontal resolution on moist processes in the ECMWF model. Livermore, CA, University of California, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Program for Climate Model Diagnosis and Intercomparison (PCMDI), 1993. i, 36p. UCRL-ID-112719. PCMDI report no.8.

Phillips, Thomas J.; Gates, W. Lawrence; Arpe, Klaus. The effects of sampling frequency on the climate statistics of the ECMWF general circulation model. Livermore, CA, University of California, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Program for Climate Model Diagnosis and Intercomparison (PCMDI), 1992. i, 25p. UCRL-ID-108226. PCMDI report no.5.

Potter, Gerald L.; Slingo, Julia M.; Morcrette, Jean-Jacques; Corsetti, Lisa. A modeling perspective on cloud radiative forcing. Livermore, CA, University of California, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Program for Climate Model Diagnosis and Intercomparison (PCMDI), 1993. i, 23p. UCRL-ID-108158. PCMDI report no.9.

Santer, Benjamin D.; Cubasch, Ulrich; Mikolajewisz, Uwe; Hegerl, Gabi. The use of general circulation models in detecting climate change induced by greenhouse gases. Livermore, CA, University of California, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Program for Climate Model Diagnosis and Intercomparison (PCMDI), 1993. i, 30p. UCRL-ID-113627. PCMDI report no.10.

U.S. WOCE implementation plan 1994. College Station, TX, Texas A&M University, Department of Oceanography, U.S. WOCE Office, 1993. i, 48p. U.S. WOCE Implementation Report No.6.

International Reports: WMO

Climatological normals (CLINO) for Climata and Climata ship stations for the period 1931-1960. Geneva, WMO, World Climate Programme, 1982. Various paging. 1971 edition, reprinted in 1982. WMO/OMM No.117.

Report of the First Session of the CAS/JSC Working Group on Numerical Experimentation, Toulouse, France, 8-12 November 1993. Geneva, WMO, Atmospheric Research and Environment Programme, World Climate Research Programme, 1994. ii, 38p., appendixes. WMO/TD No.607. Reports of the CAS/JSC Working Group on Numerical Experimentation No.9.

International Reports: ECMWF

Buizza, R.; Palmer, T. N. The singular-vector structure of the atmospheric general circulation. Reading, UK, European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, Research Department, 1995. 47p. ECMWF Technical Memorandum No.208.

Rizzi, Rolando. Raw HIRS/2 radiances and model simulations in the presence of clouds. Reading, UK, European Centre for Medium- Range Weather Forecasts, Research Department, 1994. 29p. ECMWF Technical Report No.73.

Foreign Reports

Asia-Pacific ISY Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 17-20 November 1992. Volume 2. S.l., Science and Technology Agency (STA), 1992. 396p.

Deutsche Meteorologisches Jahrbuch, Bundersrepublik Deutschland 1991. Offenbach am Main, Germany, Deutscher Wetterdienst, 1994. xxii, 103p., maps. German language.

Environment Observation and Climate Modeling through International Space Project, volume I: Remote sensing for global change, climate change and atmospheric & ocean forecasting. Space in the Service of the Changing Earth: European International Space Year Conference 1992, Munich, Germany, 30 March-4 April 1992. Paris, France, European Space Agency, 1992. xlvi, 398p. ESA ISY-1, volume 1.

METEOSAT-3 calibration report (XADC), issue 23, October-December 1994. Darmstadt, Federal Republic of Germany, [European Space Agency], European Space Operations Centre, METEOSAT Exploitation Project, 1994. iv, 20p.

METEOSAT-5 calibration report, issue 9, October-December 1994. Darmstadt, Federal Republic of Germany, [European Space Agency], European Space Operations Centre, METEOSAT Exploitation Project, 1994. iv, 21p.

New Journals

The EOSDIS Science Data Processor v.2, issue 5 and issue 6, 1994. Greenbelt, MD, NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center.

Global Climate Observing System Newsletter no.1-no.2, 1994. Geneva, WMO, Global Climate Observing System.

The Internet Connection: Your guide to government resources v.1, issue 1, 1995. Lanham, MD, Bernan Press. Published 10 times per year.

MAP: Mesoscale Alpine Programme Newsletter no.1, 1994. Zurich, MAPnewsletter, Swiss Meteorological Institute.

Witness the Arctic: Chronicles of the Arctic System Science Research Program v.1, no.1, 1993 to v.2, no.1, 1994. Fairbanks, AK, Arctic Research Consortium of the United States. Published semi-annually.

Scientists' Read File

NASA. Research Announcement. Global Tropospheric Experiment Pacific Exploratory Mission in the Tropics (PEM-TROPICS). Proposals due 16 May 1995.

NASA. Research Announcement. Research in planetary materials and geochemistry. Proposals due 19 May 1995.

NASA. Research Announcement. Research in planetary geology, geophysics, remote sensing, solar system dynamics, cartography, and geologic mapping. Proposals due 22 May 1995.

NASA. Research Announcement. Origins of Solar Systems Program. Proposals due 24 May 1995.

NASA. Research Announcement. Research in planetary astronomy and planetary atmospheres. Proposals due 16 May 1995.

Computer time available, National Meteorological Center, Camp Springs, MD. Application deadline 1 May 1995.

CFP '95: Conference on Computers, Freedom and Privacy, 5th, San Francisco, 28-31 March 1995. Program and registration information.

IGBP GAIM (International Geosphere Biosphere Programme / Global Analysis, Interpretation, and Modeling), Open GAIM Science Conference, 1st, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, 24-29 September 1995. Call for papers.

International Arctic Science Committee (IASC) International Conference for Arctic Research Planning, Hanover, NH, 5-9 December 1995. Second announcement.

Optical Engineering Midwest 95, Chicago, IL, 18-19 May 1995. Preliminary program information.

US/Canada Workshop on Great Lakes Operational Meteorology, 4th, Syracuse, NY, 13-15 September 1995. Meeting announcement and call for papers.

International Space Symposium, Space Vision and Reality: Face to Face, 11th, Colorado Springs, CO, 4-7 April 1995. Symposium program and registration information.

Aerosense: SPIE's International Symposium on Aerospace/Defense Sensing & Control and Dual-Use Photonics, Orlando, FL, 17-21 April 1995. Program and registration information.

METEOHYTEC 21, WMO Conference on Meteorological and Hydrological Technology and its Management, Geneva, 22-26 May 1995. Conference information announcing featured speakers.

MAP Meeting, Bad Talz, Germany, 29-30 June 1995. Announcement and call for short presentations.

Improving communication at work. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Division of University Outreach, Communication Programs. Spring 1995 workshop information.

Brochure and newsletter workshop. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Division of University Outreach, Communication Programs. Winter/spring 1995 workshop information.

Communication workshops. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin- Madison, Division of University Outreach, Communication Programs. Winter/spring 1995 workshop information.

Introduction to the Internet for professionals. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Division of University Outreach, Communication Programs. Workshop dates for March through May 1995.

Department of Defense Multidisciplinary Research Program of the University Research Initiative fiscal year 1995. Arlington, VA, Office of Naval Research, 1994. i, 37p., appendixes.

Telecommunications and information infrastructure assistance program: Guidelines for preparing applications. Fiscal year 1995. Washington, DC, US Department of Commerce, National Telecommunications and Information Administration, 1995. ii, 54p.

Responding to exponentially increasing demand: Modernizing NOAA's data and information system. S.l., UCAR, 1994. 22p.

Space Shuttle Endeavor STS-67 Mission press kit. March 1995.

Schlein, Linda. Early warning saves grief and money. Geneva, WMO, Information and Public Affairs Office, n.d. 3p.

World Meteorological Organization (WMO) achievements for UN '50 promotion. Geneva, WMO, n.d. 2p.

The United Nations at 50: Recognizing the achievements. New York, United Nations, Fiftieth Anniversary Secretariat, n.d.