he and his crew developed a local flash flood scheme, which enabled forecasters to provide heavy downpour Infrared Gas Analyzers and flash flood warnings to the community. Baughman ended his career with the Weather Bu- for Atmospheric Research reau in 1966 when it was reorganizing into the Na- tional Weather Service. From 1966 to 1980, he began his second career working in real estate and later assisting the poor and elderly in obtaining low-income housing. In 1980 he was appointed to the Grand Rapids, Michigan, LI-6262 mayor's Housing Task Force. C0 /H 0 Analyzer 2 2 Active in his local community, Baughman was a • Simultaneous C0 and H 0 measurements from 2 2 member of the Mt. Washington Presbyterian Church, 0 - 3000 ppm C0 and 0 to 75 millibars H0. 2 2 Retired Senior Volunteer Program, March of Dimes, • Portable, solid-state, insensitive to vibration. Kiwanis Club, Michigan Victim Alliance, Greater • Powerful data reduction and output software. Grand Rapids Safety Council, and Mothers Against • 1 second response time to 99% of reading. Drunk Driving (MADD) as well as the AMS. He received several community awards, including an Award of Merit from the Michigan state Kiwanis governor, a Certificate of Appreciation from Michi- gan Governor Milliken, American of the Year from the American Legion, and Volunteer of the Year fro m MADD. In addition, he received a Paul Harris Fel- C0 Analyzer lowship Award (an outstanding community citizen award) from the Rotary Club International. • 0 - 3000 ppm measurement range. Baughman was married to his first wife, the late • High accuracy - signal noise below 0.2 ppm peak-to-peak at 350 ppm C0. Irma Herpel, for 58 years. She preceded him in death. • Portable, rugged, AC or battery operated. He later married Nettie Loring. He is survived by • Fast response (1 second; 0.1 second optional). Nettie and his two sons, Fred Baughman Jr., MD, and • Absolute or differential operation. Thomas Baughman, Ph.D. • LI-610 Portable Dew Point Generator • Generates gas with a stable dew point from 0 to 50° C. jl/lemxMu m • Accurate to± 0.2 °C. m % • Portable: battery or AC powered. • No gas tanks or mixing systems needed. • Calibrates humidity sensors, dew point hygrometers, 1919-1996 and provides a continuous water vapor source. SeMty SB. ^IoaA Sfia^mxmd^culari Cal l fo r a fre e Brochure 1950-1994 1906-1996 1-800-447-3576 Lf-COff Toll free, U.S. & Canada LI-COR, inc. • P.O. Box 4425 • Lincoln, Nebraska 68504. USA. 1934-1996 FAX: 402-467-2819 Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
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Published: Sep 1, 1996
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