1997 News Articles


This article (19 October 1997), from The Dallas Morning News discusses use of advent Doppler radar to detect tornadoes, hail and other forms of severe weather. This article consists of two pages, and will require a PSD viewing software to view them. Page 1   Page 2



An (October 1997) article from Science Spectra article discusses the Elba, CO tornado of 30 May 1996, as well as the methodology behind obtaining data from tornadic storms with mobile radar trucks. This article consists of six pages, and will require a PSD viewing software to view them.
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This Popular Science (August 1997) article describes "21st Century Weather Technology That Warns You Sooner," including the Doppler on Wheels network. This article consists of five pages, and will require a PSD viewing software to view them.
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An Agora (August 1997) article featuring Joshua Wurman and the Doppler on Wheels mobile radar network. You will need a PSD viewing program to view this file, and you may also wish to use Google translator when viewing this article.
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This (February 1997) Newsletter of the National Science Foundation article, "Tracking Tornadoes: Nature's Most Powerful Winds," describes the technology, methodology and rationale behind the development of the DOW network and related field projects, such as VORTEX. You will need a PSD viewing program to view these four files.
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This Science News (4 January 1997) article features Joshua Wurman's response to the (22 June 1996) Science News article.



From Weatherwise, this (December 1996/January1997) issue features the Doppler on Wheels being used observing and obtaining small-scale turbulence data from hurricane Fran as it made landfall in North Carolina. You will need a PSD viewing program to view these two files.
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