for industrial meteorology for the National Oceanic Gold Medal "for his outstanding leadership in researh and Atmospheric Administration. He retired in 1991 on air-se a interactions, the influence of oceanic oscil- from his position as federal coordinator for Meteoro- lations on climate variability and of intense storms on logical Services and Supporting Research. oceanic structure." He is a Fellow of the AMS, the Royal Meteorological Society, the American Geo- The council was founded in 1968 to further the physical Union, and the American Association forthe development and expansion of the professional prac- Advancement of Science. He graduated his 25th tice of industrial meteorology. It currently consits of Ph.D. student in December 1993. approximately 50 members, all of whom are AMS Certified Consulting Meteorologists. The organization Dayto n G. Vincent , professor of atmospheric sci- has always worked with the AMS and currently spon- ence in the Department sors one of the AMS undergraduate scholarships. In of Earth and Atmo- addition, the council has its own summer intern pro- spheri c Sciences at gram that supports college students in work assign- Purdue University, was ments with council members. a faculty exchange pro- fessor at the Instititute Five members of the AMS have been named for Geophysics and Me- fellows of the American Geophysical Union. They teorology, University of include Robert C. Beardsley, Woods Hole Oceano- Cologne , Germany, graphic Institution; Carl S. Benson, University of during April 1994. He Alaska; John E. Kutzbach, University of Wiscon- taught a short course sin—Madison; Joanne Simpson, NASA/Goddard on the climatology of Space Flight Center; and Soroos h Sorooshian , Uni- the TOG A COARE and versity of Arizona. Kutzbach and Simpson are also adjacent regions of the Fellows of the AMS. • tropica l Pacifi c an d con - Dayton G. Vincent ducted research with Peter Speth's tropical group at the institute. In 1993 Speth and Vincent were instrumental in forming a faculty exchange agreement between the atmospheric Editor's Note science groups of their respective institute/depart- ment. Prior to his recent visit to Cologne, Vincent had There was no July issue of the Bulletin from 1938 visited Speth in May 1987, spent six months sabbati- through 1957. cal leave in 1989, and was a guest professor in November-December 1992. Vincent is a Fellow of and former Councilor for the AMS and is currently the chair of the AMS Committee on Meteorology and Oceanography of the Southern Hemisphere. He is also a member of the UCAR University Relations Committee. Speth is a member of the AMS and is pro-rector (vice president) of the University of Cologne. He has Television Seals of Approval visited Vincent at Purdue University on several occa- sions since 1987. 783 Jame s J. Zahara 1994 784 Elhana n Pete Grigsby III 1994 Robert Carnahan, AMS Commissioner for Profes- 785 Jeffre y P. Lyons 1994 sional Affairs, became president of the National Coun- 786 Josep h A. Parise 1994 cil of Industrial Meteorology (NCIM) at its annual 787 Kathlee n A. Orr 1994 meeting in Denver on 11 June 1994. Other officers of 788 Joh n Winter 1994 the council include Jea n T. Lee, president-elect, and 789 Jame s H. Martin 1994 Willia m Haggard, secretary-treasurer. All are AMS members and Certified Consulting Meteorologists. Carnahan is a charter member of the NCIM and has (Listed by Certificate Number) worked closely with the council throughout its 26-year history. From 1970 to 1986, he was special assistant Bulletir i of the American Meteorological Society
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jul 1, 1994
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