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Results: Found 537 records (displaying records 176 through 200)

176. Houghton, David D. and Wilson, Thomas A.. Mesoscale wind fields for a severe storm situation determined from Synchronous Meteorological Satellite (SMS) cloud observations. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1975, pp.187-192. Reprint # 985. 

177. Huang, Hung-Lung A.. The improvement of satellite profile retrievals in cloudy conditions. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Meteorology, 1986. Call Number: UW MET Publication No.86.05.H1. 

178. Ide, Jonathan. PC-based McIDAS. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1986, pp.118-122. Reprint # 724. 

179. Ide, Jonathan. Flexible menu creation for the UNIDATA PC-McIDAS workstation. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1988, pp.140-142. Reprint # 805. 

180. Ide, Jonathan. The UNIDATA PC-McIDAS workstation: A technical discussion. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1988, pp.332-335. Reprint # 806. 

181. Ide, Jonathan; Dengel, Russell and Krauss, Robert. Man-machine interfaces developed for a PC-based McIDAS workstation. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1987, pp.137-141. Reprint # 841. 

182. Jasmin, Tommy. Previously seen on NPP at the MUG. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center, 2012, PowerPoint presentation. 
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183. Jasmin, Tommy. McIDAS-V: It's more than just a great application for satellite meteorology. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center, 2013, PowerPoint presentation. 
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184. Jasmin, Tommy. McIDAS: The first true GIS mashup. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center, 2015, PowerPoint presentation. 
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185. Jasmin, Tommy. Satellite-observed nighttime lights: More than a pretty picture. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center, 2016, PowerPoint presentation. 
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186. Jasmin, Tommy and Disney, Walt. The future of weather satellite. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center, 2010, PowerPoint presentation. 
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187. Jasmin, Tommy; Rink, T. and Achtor, T.. Using the McIDAS-V scientific data software system to visualize and analyze NPP data. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society (AMS), 2011, abstract only. 

188. Jasmin, Tommy; Rink, Tom and Achtor, Tom. NPP data visualization using McIDAS-V. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center, 2010, PowerPoint presentation. 
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189. Jasmin, Tommy; Sangar, Ghansham and Kaushik, Nitesh. SSEC/ISRO collaboration. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center, 2010, PowerPoint presentation. 
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190. Jedlovac, Gary J.; Menzel, W. Paul; Wilson, Gregory S. and Atkinson, Robert J.. Detection of mountain-induced mesoscale wave structures with high resolution moisture imagery. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1986, pp.365-369. Reprint # 1792. 

191. Johnson, D. R.; Townsend, R. D.; Wei, M.Y. and Selin, R. D.. The global structure of energy transport within thermally-forced planetary scale mass circulations. Geneva, World Meteorological Organization (WMO), 1981, (3-27)-(3-34). Reprint # 1301. 

192. Johnson, Donald R. and Snook, J. S.. McIDAS for education. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 1985, pp.148-152. Reprint # 597. 

193. Johnson, Donald R. and Townsend, Ronald D.. Diagnostics of the heat sources and sinks of the Asiatic monsoon and the thermally-forced planetary scale response. Geneva, World Meteorological Organization (WMO), 1981, pp.523-533. Reprint # 1795. 

194. Johnson, Gregory L. and Suchman, D.. Intercomparisons of SMS wind sets: A study using rapid-scan imageryMonthly Weather Review, Volume: 108, Issue: 10, 1980, pp.1672-1688. Reprint # 56. 
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195. Kirst, Gary Scott. Satellite-derived horizontal divergence in the planetary boundary layer at the meso B scale. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Meteorology, 1986. Call Number: UW MET Publication No.86.04.K1. 

196. Knaff, John; Rozoff, Chris; Kossin, Jim; Landsea, Chris and DeMaria, M.. Improved understanding and diagnosis of tropical cyclone structure and structure changes. US Department of Commerce, National Oceanic And Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), 2011, PowerPoint presentation. 

197. Knuth, Shelley L.; Stearns, Charles R.; Lazzara, Matthew A.; Weidner, George A.; Keller, Linda M. and Thom, Jonathan E.. Antarctic meteorological data - collection, archive, and distributions. United States Geological Service and The National Academies, 2007. Reprint # 7157. 
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198. Kohrs, R. and Mooney, M. E.. Three dimensional spherical display systems and McIDAS: Tools for science, education and outreach. Washington, DC, American Geophysical Union, 2010, abstract only; Abstract ED41C-0653. 

199. Kohrs, Richard A. and Mooney, M.. Three dimensional spherical display systems for education and outreach. Boston, MA, American Meteorological Society, 2010, abstract only. 

200. Kohrs, Richard A.; Lazzara, Matthew A.; Robaidek, Jerrold O.; Santek, David A. and Knuth, Shelley L.. Global satellite composites - 20 years of evolutionAtmospheric Research, Volume: 135, 2014, pp.8-24. Reprint # 7194.