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FIRST HISTORY OF EUMETSAT (2001) Page 3
HISTORY OF EUMETSAT p5AcknowledgementsEUMETSAT expresses its thanks to Helen Gavaghan who, in a very short time, researched and authored this history on behalf of the Organisation. Helen Gavaghan has 20 years experience as a science and technology author, editor, and news and feature writer, based both in the UK and the USA. She contributes regularly to Science, Nature and the French biotechnology magazine Biofutur. She was on the staff of New Scientist for seven years and still contributes occasional features, opinion pieces and online articles. In 1998, Gavaghan published her first book, Something New Under the Sun (Copernicus, New York). She contributed extensively to Dorling-Kindersley's Children's Illustrated Encyclopedia, published in 1999, and is currently working on a book about space and the Antarctic.Additional thanks are expressed to the following persons who provided considerable help and advice in the preparation of the work:
Dr. Bizzarro Bizzarri
Mr. Udo Gartner
Prof. Andre Lebeau
Dr. Tillmann Mohr
Mr. John Morgan
Mr. Claude Pastre
SEE ALSO| |1. Meteorologists shed political shackles, a review of Declan Murphy's history of the first 25 years of EUMETSAT (2011), by Helen Gavaghan.2. An interview in 2010 with Dr Tillman Mohr, a special advisor to the secretary general of the World Meteorological Organisation, in Science, People & Politics.
The History of EUMETSAT is available in English and French from EUMETSAT©.First printed 2001. ISBN 92-9110-040-4