About Our Members

About Our Members Research Laborato- Donald R. Johnson, associate director of the ries, returning to Aus- Space Science and Engineering Center of the Univer- tralia in 1971 to take up sity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, has been a post in the Defense elected president of the American Meteorological Science and Technol- Society at its 72d annual meeting in Atlanta, Georgia. ogy Organization. Cur- He succeeds William Bonner, director of the Coopera- rently his research in- tive Program for Operation Meteorology, Education, terests involve the de- and Training at the National Center for Atmospheric tection of ocean waves Research in Boulder, Colorado. from satellite and the scattering of sound Mark Cane, a scientist at the Lamont-Doherty from the sea surface. Geological Observatory of Colombia University, has The Australian Me- received the Sverdrup Gold Medal Award "for the teorological and Ocean- insight provided in his many theoretical studies of ographic Society suc- large-scale air-se a interaction." He received the award ceeded the Australian branch of the Royal Meteoro- at the AMS Annual Meeting held in Atlanta, Georgia, logical Society in 1988 and brings together both in January. branches of environmental physics in one so- ciety. Jones has been a member of the AMS since http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Research Laborato- Donald R. Johnson, associate director of the ries, returning to Aus- Space Science and Engineering Center of the Univer- tralia in 1971 to take up sity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, has been a post in the Defense elected president of the American Meteorological Science and Technol- Society at its 72d annual meeting in Atlanta, Georgia. ogy Organization. Cur- He succeeds William Bonner, director of the Coopera- rently his research in- tive Program for Operation Meteorology, Education, terests involve the de- and Training at the National Center for Atmospheric tection of ocean waves Research in Boulder, Colorado. from satellite and the scattering of sound Mark Cane, a scientist at the Lamont-Doherty from the sea surface. Geological Observatory of Colombia University, has The Australian Me- received the Sverdrup Gold Medal Award "for the teorological and Ocean- insight provided in his many theoretical studies of ographic Society suc- large-scale air-se a interaction." He received the award ceeded the Australian branch of the Royal Meteoro- at the AMS Annual Meeting held in Atlanta, Georgia, logical Society in 1988 and brings together both in January. branches of environmental physics in one so- ciety. Jones has been a member of the AMS since

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Published: Mar 1, 1992

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