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25 years ago . . . about our members The August 1964 BULLETIN* contained the minutes of the meeting Russell E. Erbes has been named vice president of of the Council in April 1964 in Washington. The following two items program management at Geoscience Consultants, appeared in those minutes: Ltd. (GLC). Erbes is responsible for supervising the 19. The general financial situation of the Society was discussed. management of environmental programs to investi- The President pointed out that the present reserve of approximately gate and clean up hazardous waste for industrial, $50,000.0 0 should be increased to $1,000,000.0 0 as soon as possible and eventually to $5,000,000.00 . To this end the President said he utility, and government clients. expected to reconstitute the Fund Raising Committee and to make its prime objective the raising of a substantial endowment for the Society. 20. With regard to the financial aspects of Society publications, the Langley R. Muir has been appointed senior science President suggested that the Society should endeavor to separate dues advisor in the Office of Energy, Mines and Resources. from publications subscriptions. The Executive Secretary reported on the costs of the Society's publications, after which the matter was He began October 1988 and will be responsible for discussed at length by the Council. • governmental programs in coal, oil, gas, and elec- tricity. These all have a considerable environmental, oceanographic, or meteorological component. * Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 45, 500. His previous position was senior oceanographer at the Canada Oil and Gas Lands Directorate where he was responsible for all oceanographic aspects of offshore oil and gas exploration and development. 50 years ago.. . He carried out research in wave climatology and ice management and was instrumental in the develop- ment of the new Canadian Standards Association The BULLETIN was not issued in July and August for a series of years Code for the Design, Construction and Installation of including 1939. • Offshore Structures. Richard A. Rothstein has been appointed manager of Air Quality Services for Camp Dresser & McKee Inc. (CDM) in the firm's North Region. Rothstein will manage a growing air quality team that provides specialized services for industrial and manufacturing facilities, resource recovery projects, wastewater treatment plants, power generation stations, and treat- ment, storage, and disposal facilities for hazardous waste. Norman Sissenwine is the recipient of the 1989 Institute of Environmental Sciences' Climatics Award for his "three decades of leadership in climatology, climatic standards and vision in the development in the field of military climatics." First presented in 1986, this award is presented from the Design, Test, and Evaluation Division for substantial contributions to the advancement of cli- matics technology through published papers, studies, and reports of other activities. The award was presented 2 May 1989 at the 35th Annual Technical Meeting of the IES. Members are encouraged to submit news items about them- Win d &Weathe r selves or colleagues that will be of interest to fellow members. PO Box 2320-AM Mendocino, CA 95460 Copy should be typed double-spaced; photos should accom- pany news items when possible—News Ed. • (707) 937-0323 Bulletin American Meteorological Society 1053 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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about our members The August 1964 BULLETIN* contained the minutes of the meeting Russell E. Erbes has been named vice president of of the Council in April 1964 in Washington. The following two items program management at Geoscience Consultants, appeared in those minutes: Ltd. (GLC). Erbes is responsible for supervising the 19. The general financial situation of the Society was discussed. management of environmental programs to investi- The President pointed out that the present reserve of approximately gate and clean up hazardous waste for industrial, $50,000.0 0 should be increased to $1,000,000.0 0 as soon as possible and eventually to $5,000,000.00 . To this end the President said he utility, and government clients. expected to reconstitute the Fund Raising Committee and to make its prime objective the raising of a substantial endowment for the Society. 20. With regard to the financial aspects of Society publications, the Langley R. Muir has been appointed senior science President suggested that the Society should endeavor to separate dues advisor in the Office of Energy, Mines and Resources. from publications subscriptions. The Executive Secretary reported on the costs of the Society's publications, after which the matter was He began October 1988 and will be responsible for discussed at length by the Council. • governmental programs in coal, oil, gas, and elec- tricity. These all have a considerable environmental, oceanographic, or meteorological component. * Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 45, 500. His previous position was senior oceanographer at the Canada Oil and Gas Lands Directorate where he was responsible for all oceanographic aspects of offshore oil and gas exploration and development. 50 years ago.. . He carried out research in wave climatology and ice management and was instrumental in the develop- ment of the new Canadian Standards Association The BULLETIN was not issued in July and August for a series of years Code for the Design, Construction and Installation of including 1939. • Offshore Structures. Richard A. Rothstein has been appointed manager of Air Quality Services for Camp Dresser & McKee Inc. (CDM) in the firm's North Region. Rothstein will manage a growing air quality team that provides specialized services for industrial and manufacturing facilities, resource recovery projects, wastewater treatment plants, power generation stations, and treat- ment, storage, and disposal facilities for hazardous waste. Norman Sissenwine is the recipient of the 1989 Institute of Environmental Sciences' Climatics Award for his "three decades of leadership in climatology, climatic standards and vision in the development in the field of military climatics." First presented in 1986, this award is presented from the Design, Test, and Evaluation Division for substantial contributions to the advancement of cli- matics technology through published papers, studies, and reports of other activities. The award was presented 2 May 1989 at the 35th Annual Technical Meeting of the IES. Members are encouraged to submit news items about them- Win d &Weathe r selves or colleagues that will be of interest to fellow members. PO Box 2320-AM Mendocino, CA 95460 Copy should be typed double-spaced; photos should accom- pany news items when possible—News Ed. • (707) 937-0323 Bulletin American Meteorological Society 1053

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