Necrologies

Necrologies Hans H. Neuberger His research publications were diverse and included 1910-1996 papers describing interpretation of pollution in paint- ings from the middle ages until the impressionists, and Hans H. Neuberger died Wednesday, 17 January he was also a violinist and cofounder and frequent 1996 in Sun City, Florida. contributor to PIVOT, a Penn State poetry magazine. Born on 17 February 1910 in Mannheim, Germany, His students, whether undergraduate or graduate, he studied mathematics, meteorology, and seismology were encouraged and educated in the German tradi- at the Universities of Heidelberg and Hamburg, re- tion of self-study, breadth, and dedication. spectively. Immediately following the completion of Neuberger is survived by his wife, Maria Elizabeth his doctoral studies, of marine atmospheric conden- Neuberger; a daughter, Eve Voigt; a son, Damian sation nuclei on the Island of Sylt, for a thesis accepted Neuberger; three grandchildren; one great-grandchild; at Hamburg in 1936, he escaped the national social- and a sister, Emmy Plow.—Charles L. Hosier and ist holocaust by emigrating to the United States as a Dennis W. Thomson. cabin boy on a trans-Atlantic ocean liner. Penniless on arrival, he worked as a bellhop in New York until the founder of the Department of Meteorology http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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Hans H. Neuberger His research publications were diverse and included 1910-1996 papers describing interpretation of pollution in paint- ings from the middle ages until the impressionists, and Hans H. Neuberger died Wednesday, 17 January he was also a violinist and cofounder and frequent 1996 in Sun City, Florida. contributor to PIVOT, a Penn State poetry magazine. Born on 17 February 1910 in Mannheim, Germany, His students, whether undergraduate or graduate, he studied mathematics, meteorology, and seismology were encouraged and educated in the German tradi- at the Universities of Heidelberg and Hamburg, re- tion of self-study, breadth, and dedication. spectively. Immediately following the completion of Neuberger is survived by his wife, Maria Elizabeth his doctoral studies, of marine atmospheric conden- Neuberger; a daughter, Eve Voigt; a son, Damian sation nuclei on the Island of Sylt, for a thesis accepted Neuberger; three grandchildren; one great-grandchild; at Hamburg in 1936, he escaped the national social- and a sister, Emmy Plow.—Charles L. Hosier and ist holocaust by emigrating to the United States as a Dennis W. Thomson. cabin boy on a trans-Atlantic ocean liner. Penniless on arrival, he worked as a bellhop in New York until the founder of the Department of Meteorology

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Mar 1, 1996

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