^f - letters to the editor Sg f " A Tribute to Verner Edward Suomi " Description of a Complete (Interpolated) Outgoing Longwave Radiation Dataset Comments on "Understanding the Greenhouse Effect and the Ozone Shield: An Index of Scientific Literacy among University Students" m Reply Verner Edward Suomi, a friend and colleague of days satellite photographs from the TIROS series of many people around the world, died on 30 July 1995. satellites were mailed to Madison from Washington; A tribute to Vern was published in the October 1995 they usually arrived a day or two after they were issue of the Bulletin. At the suggestion of several taken. But even with this delay and the relatively poor people, Richard Anthes submitted a personal essay quality of the photographs, Vern's enthusiasm and based on some of his interactions with Vern that he vision about the future of satellites and their unique wrote for the Fall 1995 issue of the UCAR Quarterly. role in studying the atmosphere were contagious and It is reproduced below in its entirety. compelling. Over the next 30 years our paths crossed from time to time, especially during Vern's tenure as a UCAR A Tribut e to
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jun 1, 1996
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