In this Issue – August 2014

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Meteorological Technology International

August 2014

The August 2014 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

INTERVIEW: GERALD MEEHL : Expert Gerald Meehl, from the National Center for Atmospheric Research, explains how he can predict the movement of El Niño

THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE : The USAF has the primary responsibility to provide weather support and services to its own service, the US Army and
other Department of Defense organizations

NOAA : The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has
developed an educational tool to make environmental science
more accessible

OPEN GEOSPATIAL TECHNOLOGY : Standards development organizations team up to make all
types of weather information available to a growing number
of users

RADIATION SHIELDS : The challenge: Active aspiration improves accuracy, but
requires power; passive natural-aspiration minimizes power
use, but reduces accuracy

MULTI-RADAR SYSTEM : This type of radar is classified as one of the smallest and
lightest weather radars available on the market, enabling
closer, faster and more detailed meteorological monitoring

SOLAR RADIATION : A new diffuser is an important contributor to the European
Joint Research Project, which is aiming to reduce uncertainty
in the measurement of global spectral solar UV irradiance at
Earth’s surface

 

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