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Posted at 2:00 PM ET, 09/24/2008

NOAA Administrator Resigns

By Ann Posegate

Yesterday, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration administrator Conrad C. Lautenbacher announced his resignation, effective Oct. 31. The agency has made many contributions to weather and climate science, monitoring, and warnings during the retired Navy vice admiral's seven-year term, including:

*National Integrated Drought Information System
*Advances in climate science, such as the Climate Change Science Program
*The CarbonTracker and Air Quality Ozone Forecasts
*Storm-Based Warnings for tornadoes, severe thunderstorms and flash floods
*Hurricane and Weather Research and Forecast System
*U.S. leadership in the Global Earth Observation System of Systems
*Unmanned Aerial Systems program
*New investments in Multifunction Phased Array Radar.

You can find more information about NOAA's latest accomplishments and Lautenbacher's resignation here.

For the latest on tomorrow's potentially nasty storm, see our full forecast through the weekend, and NatCast for tonight's game against the Marlins.

By Ann Posegate  | September 24, 2008; 2:00 PM ET
Categories:  Government, Posegate  
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Comments

Aha! Maybe he's the guy who schedules all this "coastal" crud for my Friday-night dances!

Posted by: El Bombo | September 25, 2008 12:04 AM | Report abuse

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