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Online Severe Storms Spotters Guides
contributors to module development


Special Acknowledgment:
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
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.


WW2010 Personnel:
Mythili Sridhar - Developer - Scanned in slides, transferred text and constructed first version of online severe storm spotters guide.

Bruce Lee - Content Reviewer - Edited module text and diagrams in the Spotters Guide for consistency, and typographical errors, plus additional scientific input.

Bob Wilhelmson - 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.

Daniel Bramer - Content Editor - Responsible for creation, organization and general layout for severe storms modeling section, developed home page graphic.

Brian Jewett - Researcher - Developed squall line simulations, recorded tornado footage.

Bruce Lee - Researcher - Developed non supercell torando simulations.

Crystal Shaw - Research Programmer - Developed VRML scenes of supercell thunderstorms.

Yiqi Shao - HTML Assistant - Helped convert module into WW2010 format.

Kevin Wuebbles - HTML Assistant- Helped convert module into WW2010 format.

Norene McGhiey - Administrative Assistant - Transferred all associated text from the paper version to the computer.


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.