Herbert Riehl meteorology research as a consultant in both North 1915-199 7 and South America. Besides his early seminal work on tropical cy- clones, easterly waves, and tropical meteorology, Herbert Riehl, founder of the Department of At- he was also active in studies of global general cir- mospheric Science at Colorado State University, died on 1 June 1997 at a Denver hospital. culation, jet streams, midlatitude forecasting, the Widely regarded as the father of tropical meteorol- atmospheric water cycle, climate change, and air ogy, Riehl was born in pollution. Munich , Germany. He Riehl's former Ph.D. graduate students include emigrated to the United Joanne and Robert Simpson, Noel LaSeur, Charles States in 1933 and became Jordan, Mike Alaka, Jose Colon, T. N. Krishnamurti, a citizen in 1939. In 1942, and William Gray from the University of Chicago and he received an M.S. in me- James Rasmussen and Russel Elsberry from CSU. teorology from New York Riehl was an advisor and early participant in the University and taught at U.S. National Hurricane Research Flight Program the Department of Me- in the 1950s and 1960s. He was also involved in teorology at the Univer- the BOMEX and GATE programs and was
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Apr 1, 1998
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