50 Years Ago

50 Years Ago tations, and numerous EPA reports and publications 25 Years Ago pertaining to acid rain and other air-quality issues. Edgar L. Andrea s of the U.S. Army's Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) in More than 150 friends and colleagues gathered at Hanover, New Hampshire, recently was awarded the the Windjammer Restaurant in Seattle on 16 June at army's Research and Development Achievement a testimonial dinner honoring Dr. Phil E. Chruch, who Award, the highest research award that the army retired as chairman of the Department of Atmospheric presents to scientists at its laboratories. The award Sciences, University of Washington. cited Dr. Andreas' accomplishments in understanding Dr. Church has been associated with the University the relationship between turbulence and electromag- of Washington since 1935, first in the Geography netic-wave propagation in the atmospheric boundary Department until 1947. On leave of absence from layer. 1941 to 1944, he was affiliated with the Meteorology Andreas has been at CRREL since 1978, except for Department of the University of Chicago, later in- a year (September 1986 to September 1987) he spent volved in the Manhattan district project, and then with as a National Research Council senior fellow at NOAA's DuPont at the Hanford Engineering Works. At the Wave Propagation Laboratory in Boulder, Colorado. • University of Washington he was acting chairman of the Department of Oceanography for its first six months in 1950. Dr. Church was twice a councilor of the American Meteorological Society and its vice presi- Notice to our members: dent (1963-1965). He has been president of the Section of Meteorology of the American Geophysical If you know of an AMS member who deserves Union (1953-1956); president of the Pacific Division of mention in this section, please submit a brief the AAAS (1963-1964; a trustee of the University write-up to the news editor of the Bulletin at 45 Corporation for Atmospheric Research (1960-1967) Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108-3693. and its treasurer (1963-1967). Dr. Church continues as a faculty member of the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at Washington. Surface Layer Scintillometer At the testimonial dinner (left to right): John Beckman, Dr. Kenneth Spengler, Dean Phillip Cartwright, Dr. Phil Church, Dr. SLS 20 McTaggart-Cowan, Eugene Bollay.—Seattle Times photo. Structur e Parameters, Dissipation Rates Hea t an d Momentu m Fluxes, Stability * optically line-averaged over 10 0 meters * statistically stable withi n 10 0 seconds * very accurate , no flo w distortion Ask for more information, we sell world-wide: Scintec, There was no August issue of the Bulletin from Panoramastr. 67, D-7406 Mossingen 5, Germany 1938 through 1957. Tel. +49-7473-23886, Fax +49-7473-23746 Vol. 73, No. 8, August 1992 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society
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tations, and numerous EPA reports and publications 25 Years Ago pertaining to acid rain and other air-quality issues. Edgar L. Andrea s of the U.S. Army's Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) in More than 150 friends and colleagues gathered at Hanover, New Hampshire, recently was awarded the the Windjammer Restaurant in Seattle on 16 June at army's Research and Development Achievement a testimonial dinner honoring Dr. Phil E. Chruch, who Award, the highest research award that the army retired as chairman of the Department of Atmospheric presents to scientists at its laboratories. The award Sciences, University of Washington. cited Dr. Andreas' accomplishments in understanding Dr. Church has been associated with the University the relationship between turbulence and electromag- of Washington since 1935, first in the Geography netic-wave propagation in the atmospheric boundary Department until 1947. On leave of absence from layer. 1941 to 1944, he was affiliated with the Meteorology Andreas has been at CRREL since 1978, except for Department of the University of Chicago, later in- a year (September 1986 to September 1987) he spent volved in the Manhattan district project, and then with as a National Research Council senior fellow at NOAA's DuPont at the Hanford Engineering Works. At the Wave Propagation Laboratory in Boulder, Colorado. • University of Washington he was acting chairman of the Department of Oceanography for its first six months in 1950. Dr. Church was twice a councilor of the American Meteorological Society and its vice presi- Notice to our members: dent (1963-1965). He has been president of the Section of Meteorology of the American Geophysical If you know of an AMS member who deserves Union (1953-1956); president of the Pacific Division of mention in this section, please submit a brief the AAAS (1963-1964; a trustee of the University write-up to the news editor of the Bulletin at 45 Corporation for Atmospheric Research (1960-1967) Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02108-3693. and its treasurer (1963-1967). Dr. Church continues as a faculty member of the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at Washington. Surface Layer Scintillometer At the testimonial dinner (left to right): John Beckman, Dr. Kenneth Spengler, Dean Phillip Cartwright, Dr. Phil Church, Dr. SLS 20 McTaggart-Cowan, Eugene Bollay.—Seattle Times photo. Structur e Parameters, Dissipation Rates Hea t an d Momentu m Fluxes, Stability * optically line-averaged over 10 0 meters * statistically stable withi n 10 0 seconds * very accurate , no flo w distortion Ask for more information, we sell world-wide: Scintec, There was no August issue of the Bulletin from Panoramastr. 67, D-7406 Mossingen 5, Germany 1938 through 1957. Tel. +49-7473-23886, Fax +49-7473-23746 Vol. 73, No. 8, August 1992

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