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25 years ago He has 20 years experience in meteorological and air gram and Weather Identifier Visibility (WIVIS) sensors quality research and consulting. McNaughton is the to Surface Systems, Inc. for its SCAN road weather current chairman of the AMS Committee on the Me- systems. Other products by ScTI include Optical Rain teorological Aspects of Air Pollution. He will bo co- Gages (ORG), turbulence sensors, radiometers, chairing the Eighth Joint AMS/AWMA Conference in AWOS systems, and satellite communications sys- Applications of Air Pollution Meteorology (January tems. 1994 in Nashville, Tennesse). McNaughton may be Trinity Consultants Incorportated has promoted reached at 203-231-7203 for information about the Wayne F. Rostek and John P. Iwanski to project conference. managers in the firm's Kansas City consulting division. John D. Crosby recently joined Scientific Technol- They will be responsible for managing personnel and ogy, Incorporated (ScTI) as marketing director. His projects in air quality dispersion modeling and permit- responsibilities will include ting. marketing and selling ScTI's Rostek joined Trinity in 1987 as project meteorolo- product s across North gist. He has conducted numerous air quality analyses America. to evaluate environmental impacts of new and modi- Prior to joining ScTI, fied sources for compliance with state and federal air Crosby was the staff meteo- quality regulations and supervised the development rologistfor AAI Systems Man- of an enhanced dispersion model for the U.S. Army. agement, Inc. of Hunt Valley, He earned his B.S. in mechanical engineering from Maryland, where he was re- the University of Missouri—Rolla, and his M.S. in sponsible for the develop- atmospheric sciences from Purdue University. ment and testing of sensors Iwanski was hired by Trinity as project meteorolo- for the ASOS program. He gist in 1990. He has conducted numerous air quality also spent several years with Belfort Instrument in analyses to evaluate environmental impacts of new Baltimore, Maryland, as a sensor development spe- and modified sources for compliance with state and cialist and with Northrop Services, Inc. as a senior federal government regulations and has managed engineer responsible for launch environment instru- compliance audits and emissions inventories includ- mentation at Goddard Space Flight Center. ing more than 1200 sources. Iwanski served in the Crosby received his B.S. in atmospheric science U.S. Air Force as a weather officer and has a B.S. in from the State University of New York at Albany and meteorology from The Pennsylvania State University. his M.B.A. from Loyola College in Baltimore. He is an Both are members of the AMS and the Air and Waste active member of the AMS and the American Society Management Association. of Testing and Materials D.22 Subcommitte on Meteo- Trinity Consultants is an air quality firm offering rology. comprehensive consulting services, air quality data Located in Gaithersburg, Maryland, ScTI is a manu- management, the BREEZBM line of dispersion model- facturer of electro-optical meteorological sensors. ScTI ing software, and education to environmental profes- is currently under contract to supply Light Emitting sional worldwide. Trinity has offices in Dallas, Texas; Diode Weather Indentifier (LEDWI) sensors to AAI Overland Park, Kansas; Atlanta, Georgia; and Baton Systems Management, Inc. for the NOAA ASOS pro- Rouge, Louisiana. • Academy elections announced The National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Engineering announced the names of newly elected members in April. Among the new members of the NAS, elected for their distinguished and continuing achievements iM | v . ^ in original research, were Dr. William E. Gordon, dean of engineer- ing and science and professor of electrical engineering and space M BHHHHHHHHHHHH^ science, Rice University, Houston, Tex., and Dr. Thomas F. Malone, vice president and director of research, Travelers Insur- ance Companies, Hartford, Conn. Dr. Robert M. White, administrator of the Environmental Science Services Administration, was among the 50 new electees to the NAE. Bull. Amer. Metero. Soc., 49, 678. Vol. 74, No. 6, June 1993 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society
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He has 20 years experience in meteorological and air gram and Weather Identifier Visibility (WIVIS) sensors quality research and consulting. McNaughton is the to Surface Systems, Inc. for its SCAN road weather current chairman of the AMS Committee on the Me- systems. Other products by ScTI include Optical Rain teorological Aspects of Air Pollution. He will bo co- Gages (ORG), turbulence sensors, radiometers, chairing the Eighth Joint AMS/AWMA Conference in AWOS systems, and satellite communications sys- Applications of Air Pollution Meteorology (January tems. 1994 in Nashville, Tennesse). McNaughton may be Trinity Consultants Incorportated has promoted reached at 203-231-7203 for information about the Wayne F. Rostek and John P. Iwanski to project conference. managers in the firm's Kansas City consulting division. John D. Crosby recently joined Scientific Technol- They will be responsible for managing personnel and ogy, Incorporated (ScTI) as marketing director. His projects in air quality dispersion modeling and permit- responsibilities will include ting. marketing and selling ScTI's Rostek joined Trinity in 1987 as project meteorolo- product s across North gist. He has conducted numerous air quality analyses America. to evaluate environmental impacts of new and modi- Prior to joining ScTI, fied sources for compliance with state and federal air Crosby was the staff meteo- quality regulations and supervised the development rologistfor AAI Systems Man- of an enhanced dispersion model for the U.S. Army. agement, Inc. of Hunt Valley, He earned his B.S. in mechanical engineering from Maryland, where he was re- the University of Missouri—Rolla, and his M.S. in sponsible for the develop- atmospheric sciences from Purdue University. ment and testing of sensors Iwanski was hired by Trinity as project meteorolo- for the ASOS program. He gist in 1990. He has conducted numerous air quality also spent several years with Belfort Instrument in analyses to evaluate environmental impacts of new Baltimore, Maryland, as a sensor development spe- and modified sources for compliance with state and cialist and with Northrop Services, Inc. as a senior federal government regulations and has managed engineer responsible for launch environment instru- compliance audits and emissions inventories includ- mentation at Goddard Space Flight Center. ing more than 1200 sources. Iwanski served in the Crosby received his B.S. in atmospheric science U.S. Air Force as a weather officer and has a B.S. in from the State University of New York at Albany and meteorology from The Pennsylvania State University. his M.B.A. from Loyola College in Baltimore. He is an Both are members of the AMS and the Air and Waste active member of the AMS and the American Society Management Association. of Testing and Materials D.22 Subcommitte on Meteo- Trinity Consultants is an air quality firm offering rology. comprehensive consulting services, air quality data Located in Gaithersburg, Maryland, ScTI is a manu- management, the BREEZBM line of dispersion model- facturer of electro-optical meteorological sensors. ScTI ing software, and education to environmental profes- is currently under contract to supply Light Emitting sional worldwide. Trinity has offices in Dallas, Texas; Diode Weather Indentifier (LEDWI) sensors to AAI Overland Park, Kansas; Atlanta, Georgia; and Baton Systems Management, Inc. for the NOAA ASOS pro- Rouge, Louisiana. • Academy elections announced The National Academy of Sciences and the National Academy of Engineering announced the names of newly elected members in April. Among the new members of the NAS, elected for their distinguished and continuing achievements iM | v . ^ in original research, were Dr. William E. Gordon, dean of engineer- ing and science and professor of electrical engineering and space M BHHHHHHHHHHHH^ science, Rice University, Houston, Tex., and Dr. Thomas F. Malone, vice president and director of research, Travelers Insur- ance Companies, Hartford, Conn. Dr. Robert M. White, administrator of the Environmental Science Services Administration, was among the 50 new electees to the NAE. Bull. Amer. Metero. Soc., 49, 678. Vol. 74, No. 6, June 1993

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