about our members

about our members The thirty-fifth International Mete- Stanley Q. Kidder has been orological Organization (IMO) appointed chairman of the Prize was awarded by the World Atmospheric Science Program at Meteorological Organization the Univeristy of Alabama in (WMO) Executive Council to Huntsville (UAH). The program, Richard E. Hallgren, executive part of the UAH College of Science, director of the American Meteoro- was approved in March by the logical Society and former direc- Alabama Commission on Higher tor of the National Weather Education. It offers the Ph.D. Service. The decision was made during the forty- degree in atmospheric science with emphasis on second session of the Executive Council, 11 -22 June remote sensing and earth system science. Kidder, 1990. formerly deputy director of the Cooperative Institute In 1955, the World Meteorological Organization for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA) at Colorado established the annual IMO Prize to commemorate State University, will also work closely with the Earth the memory of the former non-governmental Science and Applications Division of NASA's Marshall organization—the IMO—precedent to WMO, which Space Flight Center. He began work in Huntsville on initiated international collaboration in meteorology in 1 June 1990. 1873. In 1951, IMO was transformed into the WMO, a specialized agency 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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Abstract

The thirty-fifth International Mete- Stanley Q. Kidder has been orological Organization (IMO) appointed chairman of the Prize was awarded by the World Atmospheric Science Program at Meteorological Organization the Univeristy of Alabama in (WMO) Executive Council to Huntsville (UAH). The program, Richard E. Hallgren, executive part of the UAH College of Science, director of the American Meteoro- was approved in March by the logical Society and former direc- Alabama Commission on Higher tor of the National Weather Education. It offers the Ph.D. Service. The decision was made during the forty- degree in atmospheric science with emphasis on second session of the Executive Council, 11 -22 June remote sensing and earth system science. Kidder, 1990. formerly deputy director of the Cooperative Institute In 1955, the World Meteorological Organization for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA) at Colorado established the annual IMO Prize to commemorate State University, will also work closely with the Earth the memory of the former non-governmental Science and Applications Division of NASA's Marshall organization—the IMO—precedent to WMO, which Space Flight Center. He began work in Huntsville on initiated international collaboration in meteorology in 1 June 1990. 1873. In 1951, IMO was transformed into the WMO, a specialized agency

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Published: Sep 1, 1990

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