In Memoriam

In Memoriam lian Nuclear Science chief of the Applied Modeling Research Branch, he and Technology Org- coauthored users guides for a number of air quality anisatio n (ANSTO). dispersion models. In 1973 he helped to establish the Henderson-Sellers was UNAMAP (Users Network for Applied Modeling of one of the three mem- Air Pollution) system, which provided air quality simu- bers of the review com- lation models to government, industry, consultants, mittee that evaluated and educators. Turner's branch received a NOAA unit the national need for a citation award in 1980 for their contributions to the de- new research reactor in velopment of the system. His concluding work for EPA 1993-94. The new re- included evaluation of an air quality simulation model. actor was approved last He was the 33rd recipient of AWMA's Frank A. year by the Australian Chambers award on 25 June 1992 "for outstanding government. ANSTO technical achievement, universally recognized as a received an additional major contribution to the science of art of air pollu- $80 million in the 1998 tion control." He was cited for his leadership "in prac- federal budget. Henderson-Sellers's role at ANSTO tical application of meteorology to air pollution prob- will include leading their R& D and technology trans- lems, especially for his outstanding work with fer activities in the geosciences with links to her on- atmospheric dispersion estimates." Turner is well goin g leadership of the GEWEX Project for known for compiling the Workbook of Atmospheric Intercomparison of Landsurface Parameterization Dispersion Estimates, which provides an introduction Schemes (PILPS). Henderson-Sellers, who has been to dispersion calculations and allows readers to make the deputy vice-chancellor (research and development) quick estimates. The second edition was published in of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology since 1994. He is coauthor of Fundamentals of Air Pollu- 1995, will be moving to ANSTO's Science and Tech- tion—Third Edition, also published in 1994. nology Park in Lucas Heights, Sydney, in September. Turner has been with Trinity since 1989 where he At the same time she will take up a directorship of the conducts air quality consulting projects, serves as a state forest of New South Wales. technical resource for the staff, teaches short courses on dispersion modeling, and provides expert testimony in the areas of air pollution meteorology and air qual- Bruce Turner, a senior consultant with Trinity ity dispersion modeling. Consultants in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, was hon- ored at a Carleton College Alumni Convention on 20 June 1998. Carleton College and the Carleton Alumni Viney P. Aneja is the 1998 recipient of the Frank Association jointly presented a distinguished achieve- A. Chambers Award. The Frank A. Chambers Award ment award to him for his significant contributions to air pollution meteorology. Turner has a B.A. in mathematics from Carleton College and an M.S. in meteorology from the Univer- sity of Michigan. He is a Certified Consulting Meteo- rologist and a member of the AMS, the Air & Waste Larry R. Johnson Management Association, and Sigma Xi. Following 1944-199 8 a service as a forecaster with the air force's Air Weather Service, he served 31 years with the National Robert E. Mcintosh Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's laboratory 1940-199 8 on assignment to the Environmental Protection Agency. Charles G. Knudsen Throughout his career, Turner has been a signifi- 1915-199 8 cant contributor to the field of dispersion modeling. In 1961, he published a paper that first defined a sys- Frank L. Martin tematic way to determine stability categories from Na- 1915-199 7 tional Weather Service data. In 1964 he published the first short-term urban air quality simulation model. As Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1 847 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society
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lian Nuclear Science chief of the Applied Modeling Research Branch, he and Technology Org- coauthored users guides for a number of air quality anisatio n (ANSTO). dispersion models. In 1973 he helped to establish the Henderson-Sellers was UNAMAP (Users Network for Applied Modeling of one of the three mem- Air Pollution) system, which provided air quality simu- bers of the review com- lation models to government, industry, consultants, mittee that evaluated and educators. Turner's branch received a NOAA unit the national need for a citation award in 1980 for their contributions to the de- new research reactor in velopment of the system. His concluding work for EPA 1993-94. The new re- included evaluation of an air quality simulation model. actor was approved last He was the 33rd recipient of AWMA's Frank A. year by the Australian Chambers award on 25 June 1992 "for outstanding government. ANSTO technical achievement, universally recognized as a received an additional major contribution to the science of art of air pollu- $80 million in the 1998 tion control." He was cited for his leadership "in prac- federal budget. Henderson-Sellers's role at ANSTO tical application of meteorology to air pollution prob- will include leading their R& D and technology trans- lems, especially for his outstanding work with fer activities in the geosciences with links to her on- atmospheric dispersion estimates." Turner is well goin g leadership of the GEWEX Project for known for compiling the Workbook of Atmospheric Intercomparison of Landsurface Parameterization Dispersion Estimates, which provides an introduction Schemes (PILPS). Henderson-Sellers, who has been to dispersion calculations and allows readers to make the deputy vice-chancellor (research and development) quick estimates. The second edition was published in of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology since 1994. He is coauthor of Fundamentals of Air Pollu- 1995, will be moving to ANSTO's Science and Tech- tion—Third Edition, also published in 1994. nology Park in Lucas Heights, Sydney, in September. Turner has been with Trinity since 1989 where he At the same time she will take up a directorship of the conducts air quality consulting projects, serves as a state forest of New South Wales. technical resource for the staff, teaches short courses on dispersion modeling, and provides expert testimony in the areas of air pollution meteorology and air qual- Bruce Turner, a senior consultant with Trinity ity dispersion modeling. Consultants in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, was hon- ored at a Carleton College Alumni Convention on 20 June 1998. Carleton College and the Carleton Alumni Viney P. Aneja is the 1998 recipient of the Frank Association jointly presented a distinguished achieve- A. Chambers Award. The Frank A. Chambers Award ment award to him for his significant contributions to air pollution meteorology. Turner has a B.A. in mathematics from Carleton College and an M.S. in meteorology from the Univer- sity of Michigan. He is a Certified Consulting Meteo- rologist and a member of the AMS, the Air & Waste Larry R. Johnson Management Association, and Sigma Xi. Following 1944-199 8 a service as a forecaster with the air force's Air Weather Service, he served 31 years with the National Robert E. Mcintosh Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's laboratory 1940-199 8 on assignment to the Environmental Protection Agency. Charles G. Knudsen Throughout his career, Turner has been a signifi- 1915-199 8 cant contributor to the field of dispersion modeling. In 1961, he published a paper that first defined a sys- Frank L. Martin tematic way to determine stability categories from Na- 1915-199 7 tional Weather Service data. In 1964 he published the first short-term urban air quality simulation model. As Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1 847

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