about our members

about our members AccuWeather founder and president, Joel Myers, Jerry L. Hatfield, laboratory director of the in recognition for his contributions to the broadcast in- USDA-ARS National Soil Tilth Laboratory in Ames, dustry, is being inducted into the Pennsylvania Asso- Iowa, was recognized as one of ARS's Outstanding ciation of Broadcasters Hall of Fame during the PAB Scientist of the Year in 1999. Hatfield was recognized banquet 7 May. for his outstanding scientific and educational contri- Past recipients include fellow State College butions to understanding the role of farming practices broadcasters Bob Zimmer on nonpoint source pollution. His research program man and the voice of Penn has dealt with evaluation of evapotranspiration tech- State football, Fran Fisher. niques that incorporate remote sensing inputs, evalu- This year's other recipi- ation of remote sensing methods for identification of ents include Dick Clark crop stress and crop yield, and evaluation of the en- of American Bandstand ergy exchanges in crops under partial canopy sce- and David Crantz of narios. Hatfield is a Fellow of the American Society WTAE-TV, Pittsburgh. of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Headquartere d in Soil Science Society of America and in 1997 was Hershey, Pennsylvania, awarded the Arthur S. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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AccuWeather founder and president, Joel Myers, Jerry L. Hatfield, laboratory director of the in recognition for his contributions to the broadcast in- USDA-ARS National Soil Tilth Laboratory in Ames, dustry, is being inducted into the Pennsylvania Asso- Iowa, was recognized as one of ARS's Outstanding ciation of Broadcasters Hall of Fame during the PAB Scientist of the Year in 1999. Hatfield was recognized banquet 7 May. for his outstanding scientific and educational contri- Past recipients include fellow State College butions to understanding the role of farming practices broadcasters Bob Zimmer on nonpoint source pollution. His research program man and the voice of Penn has dealt with evaluation of evapotranspiration tech- State football, Fran Fisher. niques that incorporate remote sensing inputs, evalu- This year's other recipi- ation of remote sensing methods for identification of ents include Dick Clark crop stress and crop yield, and evaluation of the en- of American Bandstand ergy exchanges in crops under partial canopy sce- and David Crantz of narios. Hatfield is a Fellow of the American Society WTAE-TV, Pittsburgh. of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Headquartere d in Soil Science Society of America and in 1997 was Hershey, Pennsylvania, awarded the Arthur S.

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Published: May 1, 2000

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