Acknowledgments
developers

(Internet Link) Daniel Bramer (Internet Link) David Wojtowicz
Multimedia Specialist/Webmaster - Developed and edited instructional modules and diagrams. Responsible for editing "About WW2010" section including obtaining copyright permissions. Assisted System Manager in creating the final version of the Weather World 2010 Current Weather Products and the format and appearance adjustments to the WW2010 Educational CD-ROM. System Manager/Resource Programmer - Developed the underlying software infrastructure for the server including the AutoTree menu/navigation system. Maintains the machines that it runs on. Created and developed the Weather World 2010 Current Weather Products and their generation system.
Steven E. Hall
UIUC Covis Project Coordinator - Developed or edited instructional resources, text diagrams and curriculum. Responsible for web server layout and appearance, graphic design and the integration of the instructional resources into the new framework.


Principal Investigators

(Internet Link) Bob Wilhelmson - Acting Department Head and Professor of Atmospheric Sciences.

(Internet Link) Mohan Ramamurthy - Associate Professor of Atmospheric Sciences


Content Reviewers


DAS Students and Staff

Alex Brown - did the prototype design and HTML programming for constructing the text base navigation menus.

Bill Chapman - developed the early prototype of (Internet Link) The Weather Visualizer - a related product.

Paul Dekker - developed the original radar meteorology instructional module, graduated from this department in 1996.

(Internet Link) Tom Grzelak - contributed to labeling of weather products and generation of multiple panel forecast images, received M.S. from this department in 1995.

Adam Houston - responsible for cover photograph on this CD-ROM .

(Internet Link) Brian Jewett - took part in early developer meetings, developed several of the current weather products, developed simulations used in the Severe Storms instructional module.

Alan Liu - developed images for the El Niño instructional module, graduated from this department in 1997.

Geoff Manikin - constructed the Weather Forecasting instructional module, graduated from this department in 1995.

Norene McGhiey - transcribed text to the NOAA Severe Storms Spotters Guide, contributed to the April 19th Tornado Outbreak case study, and the Precipitation portion of the Clouds and Precipitation module.

Ed Mlodzik - constructed pages in the weather forecasting and midlatitude cyclones instructional modules, edited the Precipitation portion of the Clouds and Precipitation instructional module, took part in early developer meetings, helped prototype current weather products, graduated from this department in 1998.

Noah Nigg - developed the (Internet Link) Virtual Reality Learning Tool for exploring hurricane Opal (VRML) for the Hurricane instructional Module

Scott Olthoff - constructed the Freezing Rain portion of the Clouds and Precipitation instructional module, prototyped current weather products, and took part in early developer meetings, graduated from this department in 1998.

Joel Plutchak - Java developer for current weather products, (e.g., (Internet Link) The Interactive Weather Report and (Internet Link) The Weather Visualizer), post-produced videos for the Hurricane instructional module.

Glen Romine - edited the Hurricanes instructional module.

Bruce Rose - constructed the Veteran's Day Snowstorm case study and took part in early developer meetings.

(Internet Link) Crystal Shaw - helped with performance testing of WW2010, developed VRML scenes for the Severe Storms instructional module.

Yiqi Shao - constructed the Satellite Meteorology, El Niño, and the original Hurricanes instructional modules, plus the graphics design for a number of pages in the instructional modules.

Mythili Sridhar - constructed the original optics guide, the first online version of NOAA's Severe Storm Spotters Guide, graphically enhanced several modules, and prepared this CD-ROM for publication.

Ron Steve - constructed pages on the Forces and Winds instructional module, graduated from this department in 1996.

Vlad Tokarskiy - early Java developer (developed The Weather Animator) - a related product.

Jeff Van Dorn - constructed pages on the Air Masses and Fronts instructional module, responsible for cover photograph on 1st edition CD-ROM, graduated from this department in 1998.

Dave Werth - constructed pages on the Air Masses and Fronts instructional module, graduated from this department in 1997.

Kevin Wuebbles - helped transfer of old instructional modules to the new format.



About WW2010
Terms for using data resources.
Credits and Acknowledgments for WW2010.
Department of Atmospheric Sciences (DAS) at
the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

content reviewers