Lev S. Gandin (1963), he coauthored the classic books, Dynamic 1921-199 7 Meteorology (1955) and Applied Meteorology (1973), and several textbooks. He supervised over 100 M.S. degree and over 20 Lev Gandin was born in Leningrad, in the former Ph.D. candidates. His former students are working Soviet Union. His parents were both prominent medi- now all over the world, in the United States, Europe, cal scientists. As a talented young man, he was con- fronted with the difficult Asia, and the former Soviet Union. Through their choice of becoming ei- work and the work of those inspired by his ideas, Lev ther a musician, a chess established his legacy in the field. player, or a mathemati- From 1981 to 1987 he continued to work at home, cian. Following the ad- providing consultation to his colleagues, and even vice of his mother, he teaching at home for free. Many of his U.S. and Eu- chose the latter, and ropean colleagues and friends visited with him dur- never regretted it. ing that difficult and uncertain time. He always had an enormous gratitude to those who remembered him He graduated from at that time. During this time he also developed his the
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Nov 1, 1997
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