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Contents Introduction Chapter 1 A Stagnant Atmosphere: The Weather Services Before World War II Chapter 2 Toward A More Dynamic Atmosphere: Discipline Development In The Interwar Period (1919-1938) Chapter 3 An Expanding Atmosphere: The War Years (1939-1945) Chapter 4 Initial Atmospheric Conditions: Scientific Goals, Civilian Manpower And Military Funding (1944-1948) Chapter 5 An International Atmosphere: Carl-Gustav Rossby And The Scandinavian Connection (1948-1950) Chapter 6 Creating A Realistic Atmosphere (1950-1952) Chapter 7 A Changing Atmosphere: From Developmental To Operational Numerical Weather Prediction (1952-1955) Chapter 8 A New Atmosphere Notes Bibliography
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Meteorology -- History.
Weather forecasting -- History.