Haag's Tim Marshall honored to be chosen for TWIRL Research Project
Haag Engineering is pleased to announce that Tim Marshall will be part of the TWIRL PROJECT from MAY 7-JUNE 15. TWIRL stands for "Tornadic Winds: In-situ and Radar measurements at Low levels".
Tim will be working for the Center for Severe Weather Research (CSWR), which is a non-profit science group, funded by the National Science Foundation.
This is a great honor for Mr. Marshall. He is the only private person involved in this science project. All other TWIRL members are scientists affiliated with CSWR, universities, or graduate students in atmospheric science.
TWIRL's mission is to deploy instrumented pods in the paths of tornadoes so they can use these data to correlate wind speeds with the Doppler on Wheels (DOW) radar observations.
This will be Mr. Marshall's FIFTH deployment with the TWIRL team.