25 YEARS AGO

25 YEARS AGO global-scale climate anomalies and their connection to long-term weather patterns, such as extended droughts and floods. Go to wor k every day Trenberth started his career as a meteorologist for the New Zealand Meteorological Services. He was fo r the world. promoted to superintendent of dynamic meteorology At FedEx, the world is your workplace. after he earned an Sc.D. from the Massachusetts In- That's because as a Meteorologist, stitute of Technology. He taught at the University of your weathe r forecasts affect not only those around you, but the 211 countries Illinois from 1977 until he joine d NCAR in 1984. He we service as well. is currently head of NCAR' s Climate Analysis You will provide our Flight Operations department with weather forecasts as well as Section. participate in the development and maintenance of weathe r services systems. An editor of AMS' s Monthly Weather Review and an associate editor of the Journal of Climate, METEOROLOGIST Trenberth has contributed more than 180 papers to MEMPHIS , TIM academic journals, technical reports, and conference Successful candidates will have: • A bachelor's degree/equivalent in Meteorology preprints as well as 13 chapters to books. He currently • 4 years of professional experience in a combination of synoptic, serves on the editorial board of the electronic journal mesoscale, surface and upper air aviation weather forecasting • C, C++ programming experience (preferred) Earth Interactions, copublished by the AMS, the • Strong decision-making and communication skills American Geophysical Union, and the Association of FedEx offers an excellent salary and exceptional benefits package. Qualified candidates, please send your resume to: American Geographers (the journa l is cosponsored by Federal Express Corporation the AMS, the American Geophysical Union, the As- Dept. Weather Services/1088 3796 Lamar Avenue, 2nd Floor sociation of American Geographers, The Oceanogra- Memphis, TN 38118 phy Society, and the Ecological Society of America). An Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V. Federal Express He recently edited the text Climate System Modeling, published by Cambridge University Press in 1993. • Togethe r we're the tota l package. Conference Dedicated to and writings, simulated the development of bi- Buettner ometeorology as a science in the United States When the First National Confer- and throughout the world during his 44 years of ence on Biometeorology convened in productive work, and Columbia , Mo., in June 1971, the Whereas, we share with the scientific com- death of biometeorologist Konrad J. munity a deep sense of loss at his untimely death K. Buettner was noticed. To recog- on 14 November 1970, nize the contribution that Buettner Be it resolved that this First National Confer- made to biometeorology, the conference, which was ence on Biometeorology, meeting in Columbia, sponsored by the American Meteorological Society, Missouri, 9-1 0 June 1971, be dedicated to his dedicated the meeting to his memory and adopted the memory. following resolution: This resolution was adopted unanimously at the Whereas, Konrad J. K. Buettner devoted his opening session of the conference. life to teaching the research in the science of bi- ometeorology, and Whereas, his influence, through his teachings Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 52, 856. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 2025 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society
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global-scale climate anomalies and their connection to long-term weather patterns, such as extended droughts and floods. Go to wor k every day Trenberth started his career as a meteorologist for the New Zealand Meteorological Services. He was fo r the world. promoted to superintendent of dynamic meteorology At FedEx, the world is your workplace. after he earned an Sc.D. from the Massachusetts In- That's because as a Meteorologist, stitute of Technology. He taught at the University of your weathe r forecasts affect not only those around you, but the 211 countries Illinois from 1977 until he joine d NCAR in 1984. He we service as well. is currently head of NCAR' s Climate Analysis You will provide our Flight Operations department with weather forecasts as well as Section. participate in the development and maintenance of weathe r services systems. An editor of AMS' s Monthly Weather Review and an associate editor of the Journal of Climate, METEOROLOGIST Trenberth has contributed more than 180 papers to MEMPHIS , TIM academic journals, technical reports, and conference Successful candidates will have: • A bachelor's degree/equivalent in Meteorology preprints as well as 13 chapters to books. He currently • 4 years of professional experience in a combination of synoptic, serves on the editorial board of the electronic journal mesoscale, surface and upper air aviation weather forecasting • C, C++ programming experience (preferred) Earth Interactions, copublished by the AMS, the • Strong decision-making and communication skills American Geophysical Union, and the Association of FedEx offers an excellent salary and exceptional benefits package. Qualified candidates, please send your resume to: American Geographers (the journa l is cosponsored by Federal Express Corporation the AMS, the American Geophysical Union, the As- Dept. Weather Services/1088 3796 Lamar Avenue, 2nd Floor sociation of American Geographers, The Oceanogra- Memphis, TN 38118 phy Society, and the Ecological Society of America). An Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V. Federal Express He recently edited the text Climate System Modeling, published by Cambridge University Press in 1993. • Togethe r we're the tota l package. Conference Dedicated to and writings, simulated the development of bi- Buettner ometeorology as a science in the United States When the First National Confer- and throughout the world during his 44 years of ence on Biometeorology convened in productive work, and Columbia , Mo., in June 1971, the Whereas, we share with the scientific com- death of biometeorologist Konrad J. munity a deep sense of loss at his untimely death K. Buettner was noticed. To recog- on 14 November 1970, nize the contribution that Buettner Be it resolved that this First National Confer- made to biometeorology, the conference, which was ence on Biometeorology, meeting in Columbia, sponsored by the American Meteorological Society, Missouri, 9-1 0 June 1971, be dedicated to his dedicated the meeting to his memory and adopted the memory. following resolution: This resolution was adopted unanimously at the Whereas, Konrad J. K. Buettner devoted his opening session of the conference. life to teaching the research in the science of bi- ometeorology, and Whereas, his influence, through his teachings Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 52, 856. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 2025

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