25 years ago.. . A SHORT COURSE IN CLOUD PHYSICS The "About our Members" section of the September 1964 3rd Edition BULLETIN* included the following item: Dr. Francis W. Reichelderfer, retired chief of the U.S. Weather R R Roger s an d M K Yau , Department of Bureau and past president of the AMS, was awarded the International Meteorology,McGill University,MontrealH3A 2K6, Meteorological Organization Prize for 1964 by the WMO Executive Committee at its 16th session on 8 June. The IMO Prize, established Canada by the WMO in 1955, is awarded annually for outstanding work in Cover s essentia l part s of clou d an d precipitation meteorology and international collaboration. Dr. Reichelderfer has par- physic s an d ha s bee n extensivel y rewritte n wit h ticipated most actively in international meteorological work both in the IMO (1938-1951) and in the WMO (1951-). He took an active part ove r 60 ne w illustration s an d man y ne w an d u p in the organization of the WMO and served as its first president (1951— t o dat e references . Th e earl y chapter s revie w 1955) and as
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Sep 1, 1989
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