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VETS Visualizations: MM5 Simulation of Hurricane Diana Genesis
Creator: UCAR/NCAR/SCD/VETS > Visualization and Enabling Technologies Section, Scientific Computing Division, National Center for Atmospheric Research, UCAR  [contact email: vets AT ucar.edu]  [web page]
Publisher: UCAR/NCAR/SCD/VETS > Visualization and Enabling Technologies Section, Scientific Computing Division, National Center for Atmospheric Research, UCAR  [contact email: vets AT ucar.edu]  [web page]
Project: VETS > Visualization and Enabling Technologies
Summary: The Visualization and Enabling Technologies Section (VETS) is focused on knowledge development - the post-computational phase of science where data moves to information, discovery, and communication. The VETS program includes large-scale data analysis and visualization, web environments and infrastructure, collaborative environments, grid technology, and education and outreach.
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Related Link: VETS Visualization home page
Related Link: VETS home page
DIF metadata: http://dataportal.ucar.edu/metadata/scd/vets/diana/diana.dif
Other metadata: http://dataportal.ucar.edu/metadata/scd/vets/diana/diana.vets
 
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Subject: EARTH SCIENCE > Atmosphere > Atmospheric Phenomena > Hurricanes
Subject: Visualizations
Subject: severe Weather
Rights: Copyright University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) License agreement for Use of VETS Visualizations: In certain circumstances, we are able to provide high resolution versions of the visualizations on this website for use in media and publications. Before placing a request, we ask that you review the license agreement available at http://www.vets.ucar.edu/vg/license/footage_license.pdf" to determine if it is agreeable to you. Requests for high resolution imagery should be sent to the following email address: vets-media-request@ucvar.edu. Please provide a URL (web address) for the visualization you are interested in along with a description of your intended use.
contributor: Dr. Jordan Powers (scientist)
contributor: Dr. Chris Davis (scientist)
contributor: Don Middleton (animator)
contributor: George Fuentes (collaborator)
contributor: Al Bourgeois (collaborator)
contributor: John Michalakes (collaborator)
Date Created: 2005-11-01
Date LastModified: 2005-11-01
Date Available: 2002-08-05
Spatial Coverage: name:Troposphere
Time Coverage: Start: 1984-09-08, End: 1984-09-02
Data Format: video/quicktime
Data Type: Visualization
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MM5 Simulation of Hurricane Diana Genesis