about our members

about our members Gary L. Achtemeier has recently joined the U.S. service. Five of those honored are AMS members: Forest Service Southeastern Forest Experiment Eugenia Kalnay, from NOAA's National Weather Station in Macon, Georgia, where he will be involved Service, Camp Springs, Maryland, was awarded a in interdisciplinary research. He is responsible for the silver medal for her research which has had a profound development and implementation of numerical wind impact on operational numerical forecasting. models for real-time forecasting of nocturnal smoke/ Thomas R. Karl, with NOAA's National Environ- fog through stream valleys and basins of the southeast. mental Satellite, Data and Information Service, Ashe- Smoke/fog, as it impacts upon transportation, is a ville, North Carolina, was awarded a gold medal for major forestry research and management problem. significant contributions and leadership in document- ing, detecting, and understanding global climate Jack E. Cermak, president of Cermak, Peterka, change. Peterson, Inc., and Distinguished University Professor James R. Mahoney, with NOAA's Office of the at Colorado State University, has been elected to the Chief Scientist, Washington, D. C., was awarded a grade of honorary member of the American Society of gold medal for extraordinary contributions and leader- Civil Engineers (ASCE) by the society's Board http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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Gary L. Achtemeier has recently joined the U.S. service. Five of those honored are AMS members: Forest Service Southeastern Forest Experiment Eugenia Kalnay, from NOAA's National Weather Station in Macon, Georgia, where he will be involved Service, Camp Springs, Maryland, was awarded a in interdisciplinary research. He is responsible for the silver medal for her research which has had a profound development and implementation of numerical wind impact on operational numerical forecasting. models for real-time forecasting of nocturnal smoke/ Thomas R. Karl, with NOAA's National Environ- fog through stream valleys and basins of the southeast. mental Satellite, Data and Information Service, Ashe- Smoke/fog, as it impacts upon transportation, is a ville, North Carolina, was awarded a gold medal for major forestry research and management problem. significant contributions and leadership in document- ing, detecting, and understanding global climate Jack E. Cermak, president of Cermak, Peterka, change. Peterson, Inc., and Distinguished University Professor James R. Mahoney, with NOAA's Office of the at Colorado State University, has been elected to the Chief Scientist, Washington, D. C., was awarded a grade of honorary member of the American Society of gold medal for extraordinary contributions and leader- Civil Engineers (ASCE) by the society's Board

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Published: Jan 1, 1991

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