NOAA and U.S. Sen. Cardin to Honor Chesapeake Biological Laboratory for 75 Years...
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NOAA and U.S. Sen. Cardin to Honor Chesapeake Biological Laboratory for 75 Years of Weather Watching Personnel from the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Sciences Chesapeake Biological Laboratory have reported valuable weather information for more than 75 years as part of NOAA's National Weather Service Cooperative Observer Program. In recognition of their dedication the National Weather Service will host a ceremony on July 27 at the laboratory. (Logo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20041022/DCF003LOGO) Sen. Benjamin Cardin will present the National Weather Service Honored Institution Award to Margaret Palmer, Ph.D., director of the Chesapeake Biological Laboratory. Harold Millsaps, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory research specialist, will also receive a Department of Commerce Certificate of Appreciation for maintaining weather records for the Chesapeake Biological Laboratory. WHAT: Honored Institution Award Ceremony WHEN: Monday, July 27, 1:00 p.m. WHERE: Chesapeake Biological Laboratory One Williams St. Solomons Island, Md. WHO: U.S. Sen. Benjamin Cardin James E. Lee, meteorologist-in-charge, National Weather Service Baltimore/Washington Weather Forecast Office Margaret A. Palmer, Ph.D., director, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory On the Web: National Weather Service Cooperative Observer Program: http://www.nws.noaa.gov/os/coop University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science Chesapeake Biological Laboratory: http://www.cbl.umces.edu CONTACT: Marcie Katcher (NWS), +1-631-244-0149; or Christopher Conner (UMCES), +1-443-496-0095 /PRNewswire-USNewswire -- July 22/ SOURCE NOAA
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