Online Severe Storms Spotters Guides
contributors to module development
Below is a list of those who contributed to the development of the
online version of the Severe Storm Spotters
Guide (NOAA) and the Severe Storms Modeling Guide in the WW2010
Online Meteorology Guide. We greatly appreciate the
efforts of those who contributed to the development of this module.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric
All slides and text to spotters guide provided courtesy of NOAA.
Cooperative program for Operational
Meteorological Education and Training (COMET)
Various movies, animations, and images provided courtesy of COMET for
severe storms modeling section.
- Developer - Scanned in slides, transferred text and constructed
first version of online severe storm spotters guide.
- Content Reviewer - Edited module text and diagrams in the Spotters Guide
and typographical errors, plus additional scientific input.
- Content Reviewer - Professor of Atmospheric Sciences who edited
module text and diagrams in Severe Storms
Modeling for consistency and accuracy, developed datasets
for supercell animations.
Steven E. Hall
- Content Editor - Responsible for new layout, organization, cross linking
of helper pages.
Implemented text and graphics modifications
as recommended by the Content Reviewer.
- Content Editor - Responsible for creation, organization and general layout
for severe storms modeling section, developed
home page graphic.
- Researcher - Developed squall line simulations, recorded tornado footage.
- Researcher - Developed non supercell torando simulations.
- Research Programmer - Developed VRML scenes of supercell thunderstorms.
- HTML Assistant - Helped convert module into WW2010 format.
- HTML Assistant- Helped convert module into WW2010 format.
- Administrative Assistant - Transferred all associated text
from the paper version to the computer.
Severe Weather Phenomena Photographs:
For resources not developed by the University of Illinois, DAS/UIUC has been
granted permission to display these resources for educational purposes only,
on a non-profit basis. Images may be viewed directly from the CD-ROM or the
WW2010 web site (http://ww2010.atmos.uiuc.edu/). Credit is given to the
resource owner in attached captions. Copyright is wholly retained by the
owner. Please contact the copyright owners directly for any situation
involving the use of images outside of the web server and this CD-ROM.
We would like to thank the following for permission to use their photographs
and images in the
WW2010 web server.
We would like to acknowledge the following Internet resources for their
contributions to the development of the
Severe Storms instructional module.
Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms (CAPS)
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© 1997 by the University of Illinois Board of Trustees (except in the
case of photos and other resources which are specifically identified).
The names "Weather World 2010" and "WW2010" are trademarks of the
University of Illinois.