In Memoriam

In Memoriam Rober t E. (Bob) Wademan Director, Atlantic Oceanographic 1938-199 5 and Meteorological Laboratory Rober t E. Wademan, vice president of the Office of Oceanic NovaLynx Companies, died on 30 October 1995. and Atmospheric Research Wademan was born in Houston, Texas, and graduated (A Senior Executive Service Position from Texas A&M University in 1960 with a degree in the Federal Government) in meteorology. He was an Air Weather Service fore- caster, a television meteorologist, a meteorologist with Department of Commerce a public utility, owner and operator of a private me- National Oceanic and Atmospheric teorological consulting firm, and worked for various Administration (NOAA) hydrometeorological instrument companies. In 1988 he was a cofounder of DataLynx Instruments, which Director, Atlantic Oceanographic and later became NovaLynx Corporation. Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) Wademan was a member of the AMS, Air & Waste Miami, Florida Management Association, and the Weather Modifi- $100,431 - 122,573 annually cation Association. In 1989 he received AMS' s Tele- The candidate selected for this position will be respon- vision Seal of Approval. He was also instrumental in sible for the direction and administration of the Atlantic the formation of the Southwestern Association of Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory ALERT Systems (SAAS) users group. (AOML), Environmental Research Laboratories (ERL), Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (OAR). Bob is survived by his wife, Sandy; three children; and seven grandchildren.—Joseph R. Andre Jr. and Mandator y Professional/Technical Qualification Requirements: Robert N. Swanson. • *Broad understanding of the theory and current state- of-the-art in a combination of at least two (2) of the following disciplines including physical oceanography, meteolology, marine and atmospheric chemistry, and/or mathematics to be able to conceive, design, direct, and evaluate theoretical and experimental oceanographic or tropical meteorological research studies of a complex and large-scale nature. *High level competence in the physical sciences suffi- cient to perceive complex research problems in broad perspective, to coach and infuse new ideas/ approaches, and to participate meaningfully in dis- cussion and evaluation of program areas in oceano- graphic and meteorological research. 3f b jM^mcumr i ^Ability to perform senior-level research with particular emphasis on oceanography or meteorology, and to publish significant research findings in refereed literature. 'Ability to provide the scientific, technical and organi- zationa leadership required to maintain a long-term JUUm/^iM monitoring program in the oceanographic, meteoro- logical and/or marine sciences. 1913-1996 Please contact (301) 713-0534/(301) 713-0973 (TDD) 1922-1995 for an announcement package, including mailing instructions. Refer to announcement number tytanjlety NQAA#96-07. This vacancy closes on June 17. 1919-1995 ^meMm 1/ernMe NOAA Values 1911-1996 a Diverse Workforce and is an Equal Opportunity Employer Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1019 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society
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Rober t E. (Bob) Wademan Director, Atlantic Oceanographic 1938-199 5 and Meteorological Laboratory Rober t E. Wademan, vice president of the Office of Oceanic NovaLynx Companies, died on 30 October 1995. and Atmospheric Research Wademan was born in Houston, Texas, and graduated (A Senior Executive Service Position from Texas A&M University in 1960 with a degree in the Federal Government) in meteorology. He was an Air Weather Service fore- caster, a television meteorologist, a meteorologist with Department of Commerce a public utility, owner and operator of a private me- National Oceanic and Atmospheric teorological consulting firm, and worked for various Administration (NOAA) hydrometeorological instrument companies. In 1988 he was a cofounder of DataLynx Instruments, which Director, Atlantic Oceanographic and later became NovaLynx Corporation. Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) Wademan was a member of the AMS, Air & Waste Miami, Florida Management Association, and the Weather Modifi- $100,431 - 122,573 annually cation Association. In 1989 he received AMS' s Tele- The candidate selected for this position will be respon- vision Seal of Approval. He was also instrumental in sible for the direction and administration of the Atlantic the formation of the Southwestern Association of Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory ALERT Systems (SAAS) users group. (AOML), Environmental Research Laboratories (ERL), Office of Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (OAR). Bob is survived by his wife, Sandy; three children; and seven grandchildren.—Joseph R. Andre Jr. and Mandator y Professional/Technical Qualification Requirements: Robert N. Swanson. • *Broad understanding of the theory and current state- of-the-art in a combination of at least two (2) of the following disciplines including physical oceanography, meteolology, marine and atmospheric chemistry, and/or mathematics to be able to conceive, design, direct, and evaluate theoretical and experimental oceanographic or tropical meteorological research studies of a complex and large-scale nature. *High level competence in the physical sciences suffi- cient to perceive complex research problems in broad perspective, to coach and infuse new ideas/ approaches, and to participate meaningfully in dis- cussion and evaluation of program areas in oceano- graphic and meteorological research. 3f b jM^mcumr i ^Ability to perform senior-level research with particular emphasis on oceanography or meteorology, and to publish significant research findings in refereed literature. 'Ability to provide the scientific, technical and organi- zationa leadership required to maintain a long-term JUUm/^iM monitoring program in the oceanographic, meteoro- logical and/or marine sciences. 1913-1996 Please contact (301) 713-0534/(301) 713-0973 (TDD) 1922-1995 for an announcement package, including mailing instructions. Refer to announcement number tytanjlety NQAA#96-07. This vacancy closes on June 17. 1919-1995 ^meMm 1/ernMe NOAA Values 1911-1996 a Diverse Workforce and is an Equal Opportunity Employer Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1019

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