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about our members |l about our members The World Meteo- and the National Sci- rological Organiza- ence Foundation. The tion announced that awards are presented T. N. Krishnamurti, on the basis of ability professo r of meteo- and potential for re- rology at The Florida search, teaching, and Stat e University impact on the home in- (FSU), is its 41st re- stitution . Nominees, cipien t of the IMO who must be near the (International Meteo- start of their academic rological Organiza- careers, are selected by tion) Prize. Krishna- eac h university; the T. N. Krishnamurti murti wi n b e awarde d nomination packet in- th e prize at a cer- clude s statements of emony on 4 November 1996 at FSU in Tallahassee, teachin g and research John Nielsen-Gammon Florida. The IMO Prize consists of a gold medal, a plans and internal and parchment certificate, and a monetary award. external supporting letters. Thirty awards are made annually: 15 in the sciences and 15 in engineering. Nielsen-Gammon was the only winner in the earth sci- The Department of Meteorology at Texas A&M ences this year and was the first meteorologist ever University recently celebrated its 30th anniversary. selected. He is also http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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|l about our members The World Meteo- and the National Sci- rological Organiza- ence Foundation. The tion announced that awards are presented T. N. Krishnamurti, on the basis of ability professo r of meteo- and potential for re- rology at The Florida search, teaching, and Stat e University impact on the home in- (FSU), is its 41st re- stitution . Nominees, cipien t of the IMO who must be near the (International Meteo- start of their academic rological Organiza- careers, are selected by tion) Prize. Krishna- eac h university; the T. N. Krishnamurti murti wi n b e awarde d nomination packet in- th e prize at a cer- clude s statements of emony on 4 November 1996 at FSU in Tallahassee, teachin g and research John Nielsen-Gammon Florida. The IMO Prize consists of a gold medal, a plans and internal and parchment certificate, and a monetary award. external supporting letters. Thirty awards are made annually: 15 in the sciences and 15 in engineering. Nielsen-Gammon was the only winner in the earth sci- The Department of Meteorology at Texas A&M ences this year and was the first meteorologist ever University recently celebrated its 30th anniversary. selected. He is also

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Published: Sep 1, 1996

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