DeMaria, Molenar, Fryer, Grasso,
The annual CIRA/RAMM infrastructure staff reviews have been
A progress report of activities and accomplishments of the
Team that were associated with the work statement in NOAA's GOES I-M Product
Assurance Plan (GIMPAP) proposal were documented for inclusion in the next
quarterly report. The quarterly report has been forwarded to P. Menzel
who is the technical coordinator for GIMPAP (week of March 26).
M. DeMaria attended the Office of Research and Applications
Team Leaders Meeting, March 17-19.
The Office of Naval Research may provide funding for
a study of hurricane structure change using the RAMMT IR imagery archive
and numerical modeling studies. M. DeMaria has begun a dialogue with
the Marine Meteorology Division of ONR to investigate this possibility.
B. Byrne and S. Smith from the Mountain Administrative Support
Center (MASC) visited NESDIS/CIRA on Thursday, February 25. A brief meeting
was held with all of the NOAA employees. Afterwards, a training session
on the Demonstration Project and associated rating system was provided
to M. DeMaria and K. Fryer.
The Department of Commerce request (week of February 5) for
any and all information relating to Secretary Brown's overseas trips in
the 1993 to 1995 time frame was met. Each RAMM Team member filled out a
search checklist regarding the information requested. No relevant
documents were uncovered.
PowerPoint slides were developed for presentation
at the February NOAA Management Program Review. These slide presentations
were intended to highlight the RAMM Team's current and near-term work activities.
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