Call For Papers – It's Not Your Grandfather's Weather or Is It?

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Roping tornado. Courtesy of NOAA.

Roping tornado. Courtesy of NOAA.Severe flooding, killer tornadoes, cyclones, and record heat waves impact communities around globe. Earthzine is soliciting articles for its 2nd quarter theme issue March 21-June 21, 2011 on Extreme Weather in the 21st Century, a theme that will look at aspects of weather extremes from multiple perspectives. Guest Editor for Weather is Dr. J. Marshall Shepherd.

Call For Papers – It’s Not Your Grandfather’s Weather or Is It?

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Roping tornado. Courtesy of NOAA.

Roping tornado. Courtesy of NOAA.Severe flooding, killer tornadoes, cyclones, and record heat waves impact communities around globe. Earthzine is soliciting articles for its 2nd quarter theme issue March 21-June 21, 2011 on Extreme Weather in the 21st Century, a theme that will look at aspects of weather extremes from multiple perspectives. Guest Editor for Weather is Dr. J. Marshall Shepherd.

NOAA – David Johnson Award for Outstanding Innovative Use of Earth Observation Satellite Data

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NOAA logoThe NOAA David Johnson Award to honor of the first administrator of what was to become the NOAA National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS) is requesting nominations. This award is given to young professionals who have developed an innovative application of Earth observation satellite data (alone or in combination with non-satellite data) that is, or could be, used for operational purposes to assess and/or predict atmospheric, oceanic, or terrestrial conditions.