Brant Foote presented overviews and seminars based on RAP research involving aviation meteorology, numerical weather prediction, and hydrometeorology to NASA Langley, the National Weather Service Modernization Committee, the FAA's Research, Engineering and Development Aviation Weather Subcommittee, six different sub-groups of the FAA, Deputy Secretary Barram of the Department of Commerce, Executive Director Odendaal of the South African Water Research Commission, the meteorology departments and senior staff of American Airlines, Northwest Airlines and United Airlines, the Airline Pilots Association, the Regional Airlines Association, BFGoodrich Corporation, the Army Test and Evaluation Command, a number of groups in Taiwan (the National Central University, National Taiwan University, the Central Weather Bureau, the Department of Water Resources, Civil Aeronautics Administration), the Hydrometeorological Service of Vietnam, and the Royal Observatory of Hong Kong,
Edward Brandes made presentations at the 27th Conference on Radar Meteorology in Vail during the month of October. He also served as mentor for a COMET COMAP student.
Barbara G. Brown made presentations at the Sixth Conference on Aviation Weather Systems and the Ninth Conference on Applied Climatology in Dallas 15-20 January, and the Sixth International Meeting on Statistical Climatology in Galway, Ireland 19-23 June.
Roelof Bruintjes gave a seminar titled "A Case Study of an AgI Cloud Seeing Experiment During the 1995 Arizona Field Program" at the University of Arizona on 13 October, and a seminar titled "Does Cloud Seeding Work?" sponsored by the Mesoscale and Microscale Meteorology Division on 28 September. He also gave a lecture on atmospheric research at NCAR to the undergraduate atmospheric sciences class at the University of Arizona on 18 October. He also participated in presentations to the Federal Aviation Administration Program Review Committee 6 June, gave a talk on "Cloud Seeding Experiments in Arizona" at the 44th Annual Meeting of the Weather Modification Association on 11 May in Tamarron, Colorado, addressed Army Research Laboratories (ARL) visitors on Battlefield Weather Requirements 16 April, and the FAA Aviation Weather Subcommittee on 4 April.
On 5 June Andrew Crook gave a talk at the Clark Model Workshop entitled, "Thermodynamic retrieval with the Clark numerical model." He also gave two COMET lectures entitled "Sensitivity of Convection Initiation to Low Level Thermodynamic Fields" on 16 August and 30 October.
Tenny Lindholm made a presentation entitled "A Demonstration and Evaluation of the Early Capabilities of the Aviation Weather Products Generator (AWPG)" at the American Meteorological Society's Sixth Conference on Aviation Weather Systems in Dallas on 20 January. He also presented a paper entitled "Advanced Aviation Weather Graphics - Information Content, Display Concepts, Functionality, and User Needs" at the Eighth International Symposium on Aviation Psychology 24 April in Columbus, Ohio.
Peter Neilley made presentations in December at the Royal Observatory of Hong Kong on the use of lower troposheric wind profiles, and the use of Automatic Weather Stations in an Operational Wind Shear Warning System for the New Airport at Chek Lap Kok.
Marcia Politovich made a presentation to the Air Traffic Weather Requirements Team (ATWRT) on progress in forecasting and detecting aircraft icing conditions, and gave testimony at the National Transportation Safety Board Public Hearing 31 October 1994 concerning the commuter airline accident in northwestern Indiana during the month of February. In June she made a presentation in Crystal City, VA for the FAA Phase II Supercooled Large Drop Workshop on progress in forecasting and detecting large supercooled droplets, and in September presented a paper titled "Meteorology associated with the October 1994 ATR-72 accident in northwestern Indiana" at the '95 Icing Symposium in Montreal. Marcia gave a RAP seminar 17 September titled "Recent Results on the Effect of Meteorology on Flight." In March and August, she also made presentations to COMET COMAP students on aircraft icing.
Roy Rasmussen taught a COMET course on mesoscale flow past islands in Honolulu in February and taught a local course in winter weather in April. He also taught two courses at the National Weather Service on winter weather forecasting, gave a seminar at the University of Washington on the 1990 Valentine's Day storm, and made presentations at the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronomics in Reno and the American Meteorological Society Aviation Weather and Cloud Physics Conferences in Dallas during January. He spoke to an audience of scientists at the Swedish Meteorology and Hydrology Insitute in Stockholm on ground de-icing and snowfall forecasting, and gave a talk at the SAE conference in Amsterdam during May.
Rita Roberts gave presentations to the COMET COMAP students (National Weather Service SOO's) in the spring and fall on nonsupercell tornadoes.
On 21 April, Roelof Bruintjes participated in conducting demonstrations in the Aviation Weather Development Laboratory as part of RAP's Open House.
Tenny Lindholm made a presentation to the Antique Aircraft Association of Colorado, "Advanced Aviation Weather Research and Display Concepts," at the Jefferson County Airport on 1 November. He participated in putting on demonstrations in the Aviation Weather Development Laboratory as part of RAP's Open House on April 21, and also was a keynote speaker at the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association's National Convention (AOPA Expo '95) in Atlantic City, New Jersey; the presentation was titled "2001-An Aviation Odyssey."
Peter Neilley conducted demonstrations in the Aviation Weather Development Laboratory as part of RAP's Open House on 21 April.
On 6 January Marcia Politovich made presentation on aircraft icing for UCAR's Outreach Program (Project LEARN), and in April made a presentation to the CU Chapter of Society of Women Engineers on the Roselawn accident study.
Roy Rasmussen taught meteorology to a third grade class at Eisenhower ElementarySchool in January.
Gregory Thompson included weather information access through his internet home page which is visited regularly by elementary and high school students.
Jothiram Vivekanandan performed volunteer work to help students in the computer room at Heatherwood Elementary School.