The Hydrologic Cycle
contributors to module development
Below is a list of those who contributed to the development of the
instructional module in the WW2010
Online Meteorology Guide. We greatly appreciate the
efforts of those who contributed to the development of this module.
- Module Developer - diagram and animation construction,
text and content developer. Responsible for layout, organization and
associated helper resources.
Implemented text and graphics modifications
as recommended by the Content Reviewer.
- Content Reviewer - Associate Professor of Atmospheric Sciences who
edited module text, diagrams and
animations for scientific accuracy.
Steven E. Hall
- Content Editor - Text revisions and design suggestions.
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We would like to thank the following for permission to use their photographs
and images in the
WW2010 web server.
The following publications and people
were referenced at one time or
another during the
development of the Hydrologic Cycle
Ahrens - Meteorology Today (1994)
Bruce and Clark -
Introduction to Hydrometeorology (1966)
Leet et al. - Physical Geology (1978)
Peixoto and Kettani (1973)
Peixoto and Oort - Physics of Climate (1992)
We would like to acknowledge the following Internet resources
for their contributions to the development of
the Hydrologic Cycle
Visualizations - from the Project Globe.
Hot Stuff - from the GOES Project.
National Operational Hydrologic
Remote Sensing Center - from the Office of Hydrology / NWS
Northwest River Forecast Center - NOAA
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