Three-Day Weather Conference And Exhibit

Members of the committee planning the three-day conference and exhibit "Marine Weather and Ocean Systems—Today and Tomorrow," which will be held at the Downtown Athletic Club, New York City, September 14-16, gather around a world globe, symbolizing the international aspects of the atmosphere and oceans of the world, following one of their meetings in New York City recently.

Sponsored by the Maritime Association of the Port of New York, the first comprehensive three-day conference and exhibit to be held in downtown Manhattan will feature panels of individuals from industry and government agencies expert on weather systems and equipment.

The panels will conduct seminars on such subjects as Ship Routing, Currents, Weather Equipment, Harbor and Coastal Weather, Ice, Facsimile, Heavy Weather, and Future Plans.

Exhibits will be on display by internationally renown manufacturers of weather equipment and systems utilized by shipping companies for efficiency of vessel operations and safety of lives and cargo at sea.

Seen above are, left to right: Robert Ragusso, Bendix Marine Science Services; Lawrence W.

Moore, Sea-Land Service, Inc. (conference chairman) ; Armand Bouchard, Alden Electronic & Impulse Recording Co., Inc.; Winfield Sylvester, professor, Rutgers University; Dr. Kirill Chekotillo, Acting Chief Section for Sea and Ocean Affairs, United Nations, and Raymond Yturraspe, Griffith Marine Navigation, Inc. (exhibit chairman).


Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 22,  Aug 15, 1977

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