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Bureau, ESSA, "Uses of Radar in Synoptic Meteor-ology," Weather Radar Manual (WBAN), Part B, Washington,D.C., 1967, pp. 5-1-5-50, (see p. 5-18).U.S. Coast Guard, Department of Transportation List of MerchantVessels With SAR Data, CG-317, Washington, D.C., Oct. 1969,80 pp., (see chart, obverse D. AMVER 5).pp. 80-81).[Received January 1.6,1970]

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John A. Augustine and Kenneth W. Howard

profilers in northeast Colorado was provided by NOAA's Wave PropagationLaboratory. Six research aircraft operated intermittently throughout the program. The primary platforms were the twoNOAA P-3 Orion aircraft, which flew a combined totalof 195 hours. These aircraft have the capability of providing in situ meteorological measurements, microphysics sampling, and airborne radar data along theflight track. One of the two NOAA Po3 aircraft wasalso equipped with a vertically scanning tail Dopplerradar

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John L. Beven II, Lixion A. Avila, Eric S. Blake, Daniel P. Brown, James L. Franklin, Richard D. Knabb, Richard J. Pasch, Jamie R. Rhome, and Stacy R. Stewart

meridional extent of several hundred nautical miles (1 n mi = 1.852 km). This structure can lead to portions of the tropical wave being in different environmental wind flows, which can lead to the wave “splitting” into two parts. It also means that tropical cyclogenesis in one portion of the may leave other portions of the wave relatively unaffected. 2. Individual storm summaries The following individual cyclone summaries are based on the National Hurricane Center’s (NHC) poststorm meteorological

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