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El Niño Module
contributors to module development

Below is a list of those who contributed to the development of the El Niño instructional module in the Online Meteorology Guide. We greatly appreciate the efforts of those who contributed to the development of this module.

WW2010 Personnel:
Yiqi Shao - Module Developer - diagram and animation construction, text and content developer. Constructed home page graphic.

John Walsh - Content Reviewer - Professor of Atmospheric Sciences who edited module text and diagrams for scientific accuracy.

Steven E. Hall - Content Editor - graphics and text modification. Responsible for new layout, organization and associated helper resources in the current version of this module.

Dan Bramer - Content Editor - graphics and text modification. Constructed 1997 event page.

Alan Liu - Constructed SST plots used in module.

Selected Diagrams Provided By:
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.

Atmospheric Sciences, University of Washington

The following publications or people were referenced at one time or another during the development of the El Niño instructional module.

Ahrens - Meteorology Today (1994)

Internet Resources:
We would like to acknowledge the following Internet resources for their contributions to the development of the El Niño instructional module.

NCEP CMB Climate Modeling Branch (NOAA)

Internet Resources Referenced:
The following web locations were referenced at one time or another during the development of the El Niño instructional module.

Latest SSTs from Space Science and Engineering Center (UW-Madison)
PODAAC / TOPEX home page (Satellite information)
ATLAS Mooring (NOAA)
Sea Level Analysis (University of Hawaii)
El Niño Prediction (NOAA)
Current El Niño Measurements (NOAA)
Numerical Models (NOAA)
Current El Niño Forecasts (NOAA)

Content of this server are Copyright © 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.

Terms for using data resources. CD-ROM available.
Credits and Acknowledgments for WW2010.
Department of Atmospheric Sciences (DAS) at
the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

hydrologic cycle