1998 News Articles

In the (3 November 1998) issue of USA Today, the article "Mobile radar captures violent bursts of wind" describes some of the data obtained during Hurricanes Fran (1996), Bonnie (1998) and Georges (1998), as well as some of the preliminary findings from these datasets. You will need a PSD viewing software to view the pages of this article.
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The (8 September 1998) issue of USA Today features an article describing the difficulties of accurately predicting hurricane tracks and intensisities, as well as the methodologies involved in obtaining in-situ data of hurricanes. You will need a PSD viewing software to view the seven pages of this article.
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A (25 April 1998) article from the Daily Camera describes the methodology of "spying on twisters" using the Doppler on Wheels mobile radar trucks. You will need a PSD viewing software to view this article.
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In the (24 April 1998) issue of Science, the sub-kilometer-scale boundary layer rolls observed in Hurricane Fran are discussed. You will need a PSD viewing software to view the three pages of this article.
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In Science World's (23 March 1998) article, "Chasing Twisters," Joshua Wurman's first tornado chase with the Doppler on Wheels radar truck, a description of some of the data obtained during the intercept and the subsequent initial analysis thereof are discussed. You will need PSD viewing software to view the entire article.
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The Norman Transcript's (14 February 1998) article describes one of the research grants awarded to Josh Wurman for his invention of the Bistatic radar and the Doppler on Wheels. You will need PSD viewing software to view this article.
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This (22 March 1998) Dallas Morning News article gives a brief history of some of the key events in the history of tornado forecasting, as well as the use of the Doppler on Wheels mobile radar truck to obtain state-of-the-art data from severe storms. You will need a PSD viewing software to view the four pages of this article.
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