Roland B. Stull has joined the geography faculty Army, U.S. Air Force, Battelle, ENSR Consulting and at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Engineering, and SAI Corporation. Canada, as a professor in the Atmospheric Science Stull is a Certified Consulting Meteorologist and a Program. He replaced certified flight instructor in the United States. He is Professo r Gordon also a member of the Royal Meteorological Society, McBean, who left to di- the European Geophysical Society, and the Canadian rect the Atmospheric Meteorological and Oceanographic Society. He Environment Service in served as a visiting scientist at the Royal Netherlands Canada. Meteorological Institute in 1986, at the German Aero- space Research Establishment near Munich in 1988, Stull, who has a keen interest in atmospheric and at the IBM Environment Sciences and Solutions boundar y layers and Centre in Bergen, Norway, in 1992. turbulence, moved to After earning a B.S. in chemical engineering in this post in July 1995. 1971 and a Ph.D. in atmospheric sciences in 1975 There he joined seven from the University of Washington, Stull served in the other core faculty in the U.S. Air Force for four years as a weather officer. For program. the past 16 years,
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Published: Jan 1, 1996
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