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Rights & Permissions
. "Front Matter." Fair Weather: Effective Partnerships in Weather and Climate Services. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 2003.
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Perceptions of Unfairness,
IMPACT OF SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES ON PARTNERSHIPS
Changes in the Second Half of the Twentieth Century,
Current and Near-Term Advances,
IMPROVING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE WEATHER ENTERPRISE
Enhancing the Contributions of the Three Sectors,
Improving the Weather System Infrastructure,
A Committee Charge
B Public-Private Provision of Weather and Climate Services: Defining the Policy Problem
Roger Pielke, Jr., University of Colorado
C Major Systems Overview
D Private Sector Comments
E On Fairness and Self-Serving Biases in the Privatization of Environmental Data
Edward E. Zajac, University of Arizona
F Biographical Sketches of Committee Members