Qjj l about our members under way at the CDC and will provide "hands-on" The Program in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences experience in prediction. Moore will further expand (PAOS) at the University of Colorado at Boulder has the existing PAOS curriculum by offering courses in hired four new faculty members. This step in the ex- ocean dynamics and other relevant topics related to pansion of PAOS opens up new areas of research and oceans. teaching within the program. Andrew Moore, appointed jointly as an associate Brian Toon, appointed jointly as a full professor professor in PAOS and the Cooperative Institute for in PAOS and the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP), brings with him a number of Research in Environmen- achievements and distinctions, one of which is a Ph.D. tal Sciences (CIRES), will from Cornell, which he completed in 1975 with Carl teach and investigate is- Sagan. Toon's research is focused on radiative trans- sues in oceanography. fer, cloud physics, and atmospheric chemistry, as well Since receiving his Ph.D. as on the search for parallels between the earth and from Oxford University in 1986, Moore has worked other terrestrial planets. His research has earned him on a wide
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Nov 1, 1996
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