J. Murray Mitchell depth of analysis were way ahead of his time. Today, 1928-1990 in the era of "global change," it is common to speak of coupling knowledge from meteorology, hydrology, J. Murray Mitchell, Jr., 62, died of lymphoma on 5 geology, biology, or chemistry, but Mitchell had been October 1990, at Georgetown University Hospital after doing this for three decades. He was driven by an a number of recent years of active life despite the intense desire to solve real problems and understand disease. His family, thousands of individuals, the nature regardless of which disciplinary material might American Meteorological Society and the world be needed to pursue the investigation. His first paper climatological community deeply feel his loss. (published before he was 20 in the Bulletin) was Mitchell leaves a legacy of scientific research in entitled, "Comparisons of the Stewart Anemometer observational design, data analysis and interpretation, Plastic-Cup Wheel in the Natural Wind at Blue Hill paleoclimatic inference, and a social responsibility Observatory," whereas only nine years later he that has been an example and credit to climatology. published the article, "Link Warmer Climate to City His association with the American Meteorological Growth," in the Heating, Piping and
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Published: Jan 1, 1991
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