Presidential Address: Winds of change
1990 has been a year for New Zealanders to look back at where we have come from, to assess where we are now, and to think about the future. Parts of our Conference have been devoted to that theme. Since I have been nearly 40 years in meteorology I thought it appropriate that I should do the same in this 1990 presidential address. Speakers at the Conference have already covered this ground so I shall try not to repeat what they have said, my view will be a personal retrospective, concentrating on the style of meteorology over the years rather than the substance.