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Weather Forecasting
contributors to module development

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

WW2010 Personnel:
Geoff Manikin - Developer - Developed the original module including text and graphics.

Bill Chapman - Content Reviewer - Academic Professional in Atmospheric Sciences who edited module text and diagrams for scientific accuracy.

Ed Mlodzik - Developer - Contributed to text and diagram development.

Dan Bramer - Developer - Completed revisions, constructed home page graphic.

Mythili Sridhar - Graphics Assistant - Graphically enhanced previous versions of this module.

Steven E. Hall - Editor - Responsible for new layout, organization, cross linking of helper pages and construction of animations. Implemented text and graphics modifications as recommended by the Content Reviewer.

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

WXP Purdue - Selected weather maps in this module used for the purpose of demonstration were accessed from the WXP web server at Purdue University.

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.

air masses, fronts
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.

midlatitude cyclones