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about our members1 Edward K. Berry is now working at the Weather Channel in professor in the Physics Department at Clark College in Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta for five years prior to joining Dames & Moore in 1977. Brown is also a membe r of the Air Pollution Control Associa- tion' s TT-3 Meteorology Committee. G. Raymond Brown is the president of the new Dispersion Physics Company, in Atlanta, Ga. The firm will provide con- sulting services in the fields of dispersion meteorology, air R. Michael Clancy, formerly of the quality dispersion modeling, atmospheric physics and chemis- Naval Ocean Research and Develop- try, and air quality environmental regulations. Brown was men t Activity (NORDA), Bay St. previously employed by Dames & Moore as an atmospheric Louis, is now at Fleet Numerical scientist in that firm' s Atlanta office. He received the Ph.D. in Oceanography Center (FNOC), Mon- physics from Duke University in 1972, and was an associate terey. He heads the Ocean Models Group at FNOC which has responsibili- Member s are encouraged to submit news items on them- ty for implementation , evaluation, and selves or colleagues that will be of interest to fellow members. maintenanc e of the Navy's operational Copy http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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1520-0477
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Abstract

Edward K. Berry is now working at the Weather Channel in professor in the Physics Department at Clark College in Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta for five years prior to joining Dames & Moore in 1977. Brown is also a membe r of the Air Pollution Control Associa- tion' s TT-3 Meteorology Committee. G. Raymond Brown is the president of the new Dispersion Physics Company, in Atlanta, Ga. The firm will provide con- sulting services in the fields of dispersion meteorology, air R. Michael Clancy, formerly of the quality dispersion modeling, atmospheric physics and chemis- Naval Ocean Research and Develop- try, and air quality environmental regulations. Brown was men t Activity (NORDA), Bay St. previously employed by Dames & Moore as an atmospheric Louis, is now at Fleet Numerical scientist in that firm' s Atlanta office. He received the Ph.D. in Oceanography Center (FNOC), Mon- physics from Duke University in 1972, and was an associate terey. He heads the Ocean Models Group at FNOC which has responsibili- Member s are encouraged to submit news items on them- ty for implementation , evaluation, and selves or colleagues that will be of interest to fellow members. maintenanc e of the Navy's operational Copy

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Apr 1, 1983

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