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A sophisticated chemistry laboratory, packed into a room-sized container, travels up and down the Boulder Atmospheric Observatory (BAO) to sample the atmosphere from the ground up to nearly 1,000 feet.
Colorado, Erie 2011 March 1
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Theran Riedel from the University of Washington checks instruments inside the elevator-mounted laboratory that travels up and town the 1,000 foot tower at the Boulder Atmospheric Laboratory.
Colorado, Erie 2011 March 1
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Roya Bahreini and Fatma Ozturk of both NOAA ESRL and CIRES check instrumentation designed to measure the composition of particles in the atmosphere.
Colorado, Erie 2011 March 1
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Diagram of layer's of Earth's atmosphere in article discussing effects of nitrous oxide in depleting the Earth's ozone layer.
2009 August 27
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Ten indicators of a warming world including: rising air temperature near troposphere, rising humidity, rising temperature over oceans, rising sea level, rising sea surface temperature, rising ocean heat content, rising temperature over land, decreasing sea ice, decreasing glaciers, and decreasing snow cover.
2010 July 28
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Barrier and instruments used in NOAA study to test the effectiveness of highway barriers in reducing sound and atmospheric pollution from major roadways.
2009 December 15
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Monitoring station used by NOAA's Air Resources Laboratory in study conducted with 15 Jackson State students in monitoring ozone, sulfur dioxide, nitric acid, and particulate matter in the atmosphere.
Mississippi, Harrison County 2009 June 11
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The field force at Vicksburg, Mississippi Front row left to right - A. B. Nichols and H.E. Wilkinson Back row left to right - G.E. Bolls, J.H. Powell, Charles D. Reed
Vicksburg, Mississippi October, 1899
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Dr. Carl Gustav Rossby with a rotating tank Tank used for studies of atmospheric motion
1926-1927
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Walter James Bennett, 1879-1952. Walter Bennett began his Weather Bureau career in 1900 near San Francisco, California. He spent the final 17 years of his career as Meteorologist-in-Charge of the Jacksonville, Florida, office until retirement in 1949. His son, Charles E. Bennett, was born in the Weather Burea u office in Canton, NY, and served 44 years as a Florida Congressman.
1910 Ca.
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Unidentified personnel happy with the results of the day's weather map
1950 Ca.
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Unidentified office personnel hard at work
1910 Ca.
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Wilson Bentley, the snowflake man, shown with his camera apparatus for photographing snowflakes. Mr. Bentley was a Vermont farmer who photographed snowflakes as a hobby.
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Mr. William C. Harris, cooperative observer at Dover, New Jersey, since March 1, 1885, photographed in November 1935. Mr. Harris was 72 years old. In: "Monthly Weather Review," November 1935, p. 314.
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Mr. Elwood Kirkwood, cooperative observer at Mauzy, Indiana, since January 1, 1881, photographed in November 1935. Mr. Kirkwood was 78 years old. In: "Monthly Weather Review," November 1935, p. 314.
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Mr. Edward L. Redfern, cooperative observer at Taunton, Massachusetts, since June 17, 1885, photographed in November 1935. Mr. Redfern was 86 years old. In: "Monthly Weather Review," November 1935, p. 314.
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Miss Annette Koch, cooperative observer at Pearlington, Mississippi, since early 1890's, photographed in November 1935. In keeping with chivalry, no mention of Miss Koch's age. In: "Monthly Weather Review," November 1935, p. 314.
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Miss Louisa B. Knapp, cooperative observer at Plymouth, Massachusetts, for 49 years, photographed in November 1935. In keeping with chivalry, no mention of Miss Knapp's age. In: "Monthly Weather Review," November 1935, p. 314.
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Miss Alice B. Scudder, cooperative observer at Moxee, Washington, since March 11, 1892, photographed in November 1935. In keeping with chivalry, no mention of Miss Knapp's age. In: "Monthly Weather Review," November 1935, p. 314.
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Damage to home on Piedmont Road west of Barnesville from Barnesville from the Pike, Lamar, Monroe, and Butts EF3 tornado.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27
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Damage to Chevron gas station in Barnesville from the Pike, Lamar, Monroe, and Butts EF3 tornado.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27
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House destroyed by tornado in Bartow County from the the Bartow-Cherokee- Pickens EF3 tornado.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27
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Aerial photo showing near total destruction of a number of homes in Bartow Count by the Bartow-Cherokee-Pickens EF3 tornado.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27
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Track of the Bartow-Cherokee-Pickens tornado showing maximum strength of Fujita Scale F-3.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27 9:25 P.M.
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Pickup truck thrown into swimming pool by the Bartow-Cherokee-Pickens EF3 tornado in Bartow County.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27
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Large trees uprooted in circular pattern by Meriwether-Spalding EF3 tornado while upper roof of house in Birdie area totally blown away.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27
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Total destruction of a home by Meriwether-Spalding EF3 tornado in Birdie area.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27
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Classic example demonstrating that tornadoes don't always occur on flat ground as tornado path follows ridge.This was the Catoosa EF4 tornado here showing tree damage along the Cherokee Ridge and passing over the Cherokee Valley northeast of Ringgold.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27 8:15 P.M.
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EF4 damage along Cherokee Valley Road northeast of Ringgold. At least 15 homes were obliterated on this valley floor. Four fatalities occurred in this area. Catoosa tornado.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27 8:15 P.M.
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Remains of a house hear the EF4 tornado damage. A family survived the tornado by taking shelter in this bathroom - the only room left standing. Catoosa tornado.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27 8:15 P.M.
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Remnants of home swept off a ridge overlooking Trenton, GA, by the Dade-Walker EF3 tornado.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27
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Homes destroyed by Dade-Walker EF3 tornado at Georgia/Alabama line near County Road 201.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27
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Several homes and a bank building (upper right) damaged by the Dade-Walker EF3 tornado in Trenton, Georgia.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27
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Damage to home on Old Cedartown Road just south of Lindale (Floyd County)
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27
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Path of the Lumpkin-White EF2 tornado that struck Lumpkin and White Counties.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27 10:30 P.M.
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Damage to home in the Weldon Road area of Monroe County by an EF3 maximum strength tornado that struck Pike, Lamar, Monroe, and Butts Counties.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 28 12:38 A.M.
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Path of the EF3 tornado that struck Pike, Lamar, Monroe, and Butts Counties.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 28 12:38 A.M.
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Chicken houses destroyed on Mountain Home Road on the Polk/Floyd County line.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27
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Path of EF-2 tornado that struck Polk, Floyd, and Bartow Counties
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27 8:45 P.M.
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Path of large EF3 Meriwether-Spalding-Henry Counties tornado.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 28 12:03 A.M.
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Path of Dade-Walker EF3 tornado.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27 5:35 P.M.
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Damage between Vaughn and Rio in Spalding County.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27
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Thousands of trees were blown down in Chattahoochee National Forest by the EF2 tornado that struck Lumpkin and White Counties.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27
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Reflectivity image of tornado in Bartow County.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27
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Storm relative velocity image of tornado in Bartow County.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27
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Reflectivity image of Catoosa tornado.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27
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Storm relative velocity image of Catoosa tornado
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27
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Reflectivity image of tornado in Dade County.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27
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Storm relative velocity image of tornado in Dade County.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27
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Reflectivity image of tornado in Floyd County.
Georgia, Northwest 2011 April 27

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