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necrologies when self-education was encouraged and highly re- John R. Clark spected. During the seven years at Winnemucca, he 1918-1988 took many home study and in-house training courses John R. Clark was a member of the American Mete- and made the best of every opportunity to improve orological Society for 27 years and worked for 33 his knowledge in the sciences related to weather fore- years as a meteorologist for the National Weather Ser- casting. His paper, "Rate of Precipitation from Adi- vice. He began his service with the Weather Bureau abatically Ascending Air", was published in the in 1948 as a flight briefer-observer at Chicago's Mid- Monthly Weather Review in 1935 and attracted the way Airport. Clark transferred to the National Mete- attention of the Central Office officials in Washing- orological Center, Suitland, Maryland in 1955 as an ton, DC. Shortly thereafter, in 1936, he was offered analyst and forecaster. While at Suitland, he coau- a transfer to Portland, Oregon, where he first met his thored "Analysis of Frontal Boundaries by Means of future wife, Minnie Helzer. Thickness Anomalies, Nov. 12-16, 1956" and A third transfer came in 1938 to the Forecast Office "Some Interesting Aspects of a Subtropical http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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when self-education was encouraged and highly re- John R. Clark spected. During the seven years at Winnemucca, he 1918-1988 took many home study and in-house training courses John R. Clark was a member of the American Mete- and made the best of every opportunity to improve orological Society for 27 years and worked for 33 his knowledge in the sciences related to weather fore- years as a meteorologist for the National Weather Ser- casting. His paper, "Rate of Precipitation from Adi- vice. He began his service with the Weather Bureau abatically Ascending Air", was published in the in 1948 as a flight briefer-observer at Chicago's Mid- Monthly Weather Review in 1935 and attracted the way Airport. Clark transferred to the National Mete- attention of the Central Office officials in Washing- orological Center, Suitland, Maryland in 1955 as an ton, DC. Shortly thereafter, in 1936, he was offered analyst and forecaster. While at Suitland, he coau- a transfer to Portland, Oregon, where he first met his thored "Analysis of Frontal Boundaries by Means of future wife, Minnie Helzer. Thickness Anomalies, Nov. 12-16, 1956" and A third transfer came in 1938 to the Forecast Office "Some Interesting Aspects of a Subtropical

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Jun 1, 1989

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