AMS Hosts Special Ceremony for Presentation of IMO Prize to Edward Norton Lorenz

AMS Hosts Special Ceremony for Presentation of IMO Prize to Edward Norton Lorenz AMS Hosts Special Ceremony for Presentation of I MO Prize to Edward Norton Lorenz The American Meteorological Soci- way in which thoughtful, nonspecialists ety hosted a special ceremony in Octo- can understand, has influenced the work ber 2000 for the presentation of the 45th of scientists, decision makers, and the International Meteorological Organiza- general public. The results of this work tion Prize to Massachusetts Institute of have been instrumental both in describ- Technology (MIT) Professor Emeritus ing the characteristics of atmospheric of Meteorology Edward Norton Lorenz. systems and in estimating the predict- The ceremony and reception, held at the ability of weather and climate. These Boston Museum of Science, was at- have been invaluable elements in im- tended by colleagues, friends, family, proving the accuracy of models and sub- and MIT students. Speakers at the award sequent projections of the future state of climate. ceremony included Dr. Lawrence S. Edward N. Lorenz Bacow, chancellor of the Massachusetts The vast experience of Professor Institute of Technology, and John J. Lorenz includes serving as a teaching Kelly, director of the National Weather Service and fellow in mathematics at Harvard University and permanent representative to the World Meteorologi- professor emeritus and head http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

AMS Hosts Special Ceremony for Presentation of IMO Prize to Edward Norton Lorenz

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10.1175/1520-0477(2001)082<0319:AHSCFP>2.3.CO;2
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AMS Hosts Special Ceremony for Presentation of I MO Prize to Edward Norton Lorenz The American Meteorological Soci- way in which thoughtful, nonspecialists ety hosted a special ceremony in Octo- can understand, has influenced the work ber 2000 for the presentation of the 45th of scientists, decision makers, and the International Meteorological Organiza- general public. The results of this work tion Prize to Massachusetts Institute of have been instrumental both in describ- Technology (MIT) Professor Emeritus ing the characteristics of atmospheric of Meteorology Edward Norton Lorenz. systems and in estimating the predict- The ceremony and reception, held at the ability of weather and climate. These Boston Museum of Science, was at- have been invaluable elements in im- tended by colleagues, friends, family, proving the accuracy of models and sub- and MIT students. Speakers at the award sequent projections of the future state of climate. ceremony included Dr. Lawrence S. Edward N. Lorenz Bacow, chancellor of the Massachusetts The vast experience of Professor Institute of Technology, and John J. Lorenz includes serving as a teaching Kelly, director of the National Weather Service and fellow in mathematics at Harvard University and permanent representative to the World Meteorologi- professor emeritus and head

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Published: Feb 1, 2001

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