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25 years ago for pollution emissions, and developing toxic air emis- Richar d A. Rothstein has been promoted to prin- sion profiles. cipal scientist at Camp Dresser & McKee Inc. (CDM), Radia n has entered into an agreement with Cambridge, Massachusetts. Vniizarubezhgeologia (VZG), a geological institute 'Rothstein is a meteorologist responsible for over- headquartered in Moscow. VZG specializes in inves- seeing CDM's air quality services. He has 20 years of tigating and analyzing geology and mineral resources experience in air quality impact assessments, envi- of vast onshore and offshore areas of the world, and ronmental pollution control and permitting, and ap- plied meteorologial consulting. the environmental assessment of the impact of exploi- tation of mineral resources (including energy re- Rothstein received his B.S. in meteorology from sources). Rutgers University and his M.S. in meteorology and air resources engineering from New York University. He is a certified consulting meteorologist and a member The agreement represents a of the National Council of Industrial Meteorologists, significant step in transporting the AMS, the Air & Waste Management Association, and applying United States and the American Association for the Advancement of environmental technology Science. to Russia. Camp Dresser & McKee Inc. provides environmen- tal engineering, consulting, and scientific services to government and industry worldwide. It focuses on managing water resources, waste water, solid waste, The agreement represents a significant step in hazardous waste, air quality, and storm water. CDM transporting and applying United States environmen- has more than 80 national and international offices. tal technology to Russia. As western firms seek entry into Russia for mineral, petrochemical, and industrial The American Association for the Advancement of ventures, the Radian-VZG team will be positioned to Science has recently elected new officers and commit- assist those firms in addressing environmental issues tee members for the 1993 year. Officers began their and in complying with Russian environmental require- terms on 17 February 1993. The members of the ments. The agreement is one of the first encouraged Section on Atmospheric and Hydrospheric Sciences by the recent Joint Statement on Science and Tech- who are AMS members are Ferdinand Baer, chair- nology Cooperation executed by presidents of both elect; Kevin E. Trenberth, council delegate; and the United States and the Russian Federation. Starley L. Thompson, electorate nominating com- Radian is a company of The Hartford Steam Boiler mittee. • Inspection and Insurance Co. Chi Epsilon Pi Banquet The Florida State University chapter of Chi Epsilon Pi held its Fall Initiation Banquet on the evening of 10 November 1967. Fifty-nine members, initiates and guests attended. The guest roster included Dr. R. Cecil Gentry, director of the National Hurricane Research Laboratory, and his daughter, as well as new faculty members Dr. J. J. Stephens and Drs. T. N. and Ruby Krishnamurti. Dr. Stephens, the featured speaker of the evening, enlightened and amused his audience on the subject of "Why Does It Rain?" Some spectacular slides and Super-8 movies of two waterspouts over the Florida Keys were shown „ by William Woodley and Joe Golden. It was conceded that ^ years ay O everyone enjoyed himself at this banquet which was held at the Silver Slipper Restaurant in Tallahassee. We at Florida State are urging other meteorology departments to consider forming new chapters of the Chi Epsilon Pi Meteorology Honorary.— Robert C. Beebe, Secy. Bull Amer. Meteor. Soc., 49, 107. Bulletin American Meteorological Society http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society
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for pollution emissions, and developing toxic air emis- Richar d A. Rothstein has been promoted to prin- sion profiles. cipal scientist at Camp Dresser & McKee Inc. (CDM), Radia n has entered into an agreement with Cambridge, Massachusetts. Vniizarubezhgeologia (VZG), a geological institute 'Rothstein is a meteorologist responsible for over- headquartered in Moscow. VZG specializes in inves- seeing CDM's air quality services. He has 20 years of tigating and analyzing geology and mineral resources experience in air quality impact assessments, envi- of vast onshore and offshore areas of the world, and ronmental pollution control and permitting, and ap- plied meteorologial consulting. the environmental assessment of the impact of exploi- tation of mineral resources (including energy re- Rothstein received his B.S. in meteorology from sources). Rutgers University and his M.S. in meteorology and air resources engineering from New York University. He is a certified consulting meteorologist and a member The agreement represents a of the National Council of Industrial Meteorologists, significant step in transporting the AMS, the Air & Waste Management Association, and applying United States and the American Association for the Advancement of environmental technology Science. to Russia. Camp Dresser & McKee Inc. provides environmen- tal engineering, consulting, and scientific services to government and industry worldwide. It focuses on managing water resources, waste water, solid waste, The agreement represents a significant step in hazardous waste, air quality, and storm water. CDM transporting and applying United States environmen- has more than 80 national and international offices. tal technology to Russia. As western firms seek entry into Russia for mineral, petrochemical, and industrial The American Association for the Advancement of ventures, the Radian-VZG team will be positioned to Science has recently elected new officers and commit- assist those firms in addressing environmental issues tee members for the 1993 year. Officers began their and in complying with Russian environmental require- terms on 17 February 1993. The members of the ments. The agreement is one of the first encouraged Section on Atmospheric and Hydrospheric Sciences by the recent Joint Statement on Science and Tech- who are AMS members are Ferdinand Baer, chair- nology Cooperation executed by presidents of both elect; Kevin E. Trenberth, council delegate; and the United States and the Russian Federation. Starley L. Thompson, electorate nominating com- Radian is a company of The Hartford Steam Boiler mittee. • Inspection and Insurance Co. Chi Epsilon Pi Banquet The Florida State University chapter of Chi Epsilon Pi held its Fall Initiation Banquet on the evening of 10 November 1967. Fifty-nine members, initiates and guests attended. The guest roster included Dr. R. Cecil Gentry, director of the National Hurricane Research Laboratory, and his daughter, as well as new faculty members Dr. J. J. Stephens and Drs. T. N. and Ruby Krishnamurti. Dr. Stephens, the featured speaker of the evening, enlightened and amused his audience on the subject of "Why Does It Rain?" Some spectacular slides and Super-8 movies of two waterspouts over the Florida Keys were shown „ by William Woodley and Joe Golden. It was conceded that ^ years ay O everyone enjoyed himself at this banquet which was held at the Silver Slipper Restaurant in Tallahassee. We at Florida State are urging other meteorology departments to consider forming new chapters of the Chi Epsilon Pi Meteorology Honorary.— Robert C. Beebe, Secy. Bull Amer. Meteor. Soc., 49, 107. Bulletin American Meteorological Society

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