Joachim Kuettner Papers

The Joachim Kuettner Papers includes photographs from GATE and a slideshow documenting Dr. Kuettner's life and scientific achievements.


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Joachim P. Kuettner Papers
Joachim P. Kuettner Papers
This guide contains a description and inventory of the Joachim P. Kuettner Papers. The materials described in this guide are available to view in the NCAR Archives. Select materials are also available in the digital collection: http://opensky.ucar.edu/islandora/object/archives%3Akuettner This collection documents the life and work of Dr. Joachim P. Kuettner. Spanning much of Dr. Kuettner's lifetime, this collection includes material relating to his work as an atmospheric scientist with the WMO, including his involvement with the GATE Project, his career with the National Center of Atmospheric Research, and his personal research interests including his lifelong love of soaring. This collection contains correspondence, data, photographs, publications, reports, lecture notes, research materials, and manuscripts.
Photograph, Antenna
Photograph, Antenna
An 8x10 black and white photograph. Photo caption reads: Lt. Cdr. Andrew F. Durkee of Martinez, California, examines an antenna used for high frequency receiving by the Communications Center at Yoff Airport. Two antenna arrays, each consisting of eight circular antennas set on tripods, are used for receiving. A high frequency transmitting facility is located in Rufisque, about 15 miles from Yoff.
Photograph, Antenna array
Photograph, Antenna array
An 8x10 black and white photograph. Photo caption reads: Array of antennas.
Photograph, Array of GATE vessels
Photograph, Array of GATE vessels
An 8x10 black and white photograph. Photo caption reads: Intensive array of GATE vessels concentrated in the eastern Atlantic to study small-scale weather and ocean phenomena during the third GATE observing period.
Photograph, Array of GATE vessels
Photograph, Array of GATE vessels
An 8x10 black and white photograph. Photo caption reads: Intensive array of GATE vessels concentrated in the eastern Atlantic to study tropical cumulus clouds and cloud clusters during the first and second GATE observing periods. 2 copies.
Photograph, C-band radars
Photograph, C-band radars
An 8x10 black and white photograph. Photo caption reads: Three United States vessels participating in the Atlantic Tropical Experiment will be equipped with C-band radars for precipitation detection. 2 copies.
Photograph, CDR. Townsend
Photograph, CDR. Townsend
An 8x10 black and white photograph of CDR. Townsend.
Photograph, Captain Barbee
Photograph, Captain Barbee
An 8x10 black and white photograph of Captain Barbee.
Photograph, Columbus Iselin
Photograph, Columbus Iselin
An 8x10 black and white photograph. Photo caption reads: One of the nine United States ships participating in the Atlantic Tropical Experiment is the University of Miami Research Vessel Columbus Iselin. 2 copies.
Photograph, DC-6
Photograph, DC-6
An 8x10 black and white photograph. Photo caption reads: One of eight United States aircraft participating in the Atlantic Tropical Experiment is the DC-6 from the Research Flight Facility of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. 2 copies.
Photograph, Dallas
Photograph, Dallas
An 8x10 black and white photograph of the researcher ship, Dallas.

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