James J. O'Brien, in- has received more than 80 federal research grants. He ternationally recognized has served on many national and international meteo- for his expertise in pre- rological boards and journal editorial boards and has testified before congressional committees. dicting impacts on the United States of the al- He has been president of the oceanography section most unpredictable El of the American Geophysical Union and of the Inter- Nino , received The national Association of Physical Sciences of the Florida State University's Ocean, and the chair of Section W for the American (FSU) 1999 Robert O. Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Lawto n Distinguished In 1985, U.S. Secretary of the Navy John Lehman Professor Award on 30 appointed the FSU researcher to a Secretary of the April during spring com- Navy Research Chair in Oceanography, one of only mencement. The award is two such chairs in the United States. He retains this the highest honor FSU bestows on faculty for excel- title as well as the $250,000 a year research support lence in teaching, research, and service on national and from the ONR. international levels. O'Brien is a Fellow of the American Meteorologi- El Nino, the
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Published: Jun 1, 1999
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