44th International Science and Engineering Fair, 1014 May 1993

44th International Science and Engineering Fair, 1014 May 1993 science fair The Mississippi Beach Convention Center at Biloxi First Place Award: Griffin M. Weber, hosted the 44th International Science and Engineer- 15, a sophomore at Denbign High ing Fair (ISEF) 10-1 4 May 1993. More than 60 profes- School, Newport News, Virginia, re- sional scientific, engineering, and federal organiza- ceived the AMS special award of $500 tions provided judges for special awards at the ISEF. for the best atmospheric science exhibit The AMS judging team consisted of Lt. Cmdr. Richard at the ISEF. He also received the AMS Bouchard, Naval Oceanography Command, Stennis conference preprint 10th Conference Space Center, Mississippi; Lt. Col. Charles Holliday, on Biometeorology and Aerobiology. Offutt AFB, Nebraska; Roland Picard, 334th Techni- His work concerned "Asthma and cal Training Squadron, Kessler AFB, Mississippi; and Weather: A Local and National Cli- Aaron Williams, Coastal Weather Research, Univer- matic Study." Weber, who was last year's AMS top sity of Alabama, Mobile, Alabama. award winner, expanded his study beyond the previ- ous focus of Newport News to include the cities of New The ISEF included 794 finalists from 416 affiliated regional fairs in the United States, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, and 16 other nations. Of 13 disciplinary http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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science fair The Mississippi Beach Convention Center at Biloxi First Place Award: Griffin M. Weber, hosted the 44th International Science and Engineer- 15, a sophomore at Denbign High ing Fair (ISEF) 10-1 4 May 1993. More than 60 profes- School, Newport News, Virginia, re- sional scientific, engineering, and federal organiza- ceived the AMS special award of $500 tions provided judges for special awards at the ISEF. for the best atmospheric science exhibit The AMS judging team consisted of Lt. Cmdr. Richard at the ISEF. He also received the AMS Bouchard, Naval Oceanography Command, Stennis conference preprint 10th Conference Space Center, Mississippi; Lt. Col. Charles Holliday, on Biometeorology and Aerobiology. Offutt AFB, Nebraska; Roland Picard, 334th Techni- His work concerned "Asthma and cal Training Squadron, Kessler AFB, Mississippi; and Weather: A Local and National Cli- Aaron Williams, Coastal Weather Research, Univer- matic Study." Weber, who was last year's AMS top sity of Alabama, Mobile, Alabama. award winner, expanded his study beyond the previ- ous focus of Newport News to include the cities of New The ISEF included 794 finalists from 416 affiliated regional fairs in the United States, American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico, and 16 other nations. Of 13 disciplinary

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Published: Dec 1, 1993

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