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necrologies Roge r Willis Daley Daley was author or coauthor on some 16 publications 1943-200 1 in the refereed literature and was honored by receiv- ing the NCAR outstanding publication award. Nev- ertheless, he did not neglect his interest in operational Roger Willis Daley, UCAR Distinguished Scien- applications. He was involved in implementation of tific Visitor at the Naval Research Lab in Monterey, nonlinear normal mode initialization for baroclinic California, died at his home in Carmel Valley, Cali- models at CMC in Canada and at Meteo-France in fornia, on 29 August 2001. Paris. He also implemented an innovative error cova- Daley was born in Purley, England, on 25 January riance formulation at the European Centre for Medium 1943. He moved with his parents at an early age to Range Weather Forecasts. West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He stud- ied at the University of British Columbia, graduating In 1985, Daley returned to Canada to take up the with a B.S. in mathematics and physics in 1964. He position of chief scientist in the Canadian Climate completed an M.S. in meteorology at McGill Univer- Centre. He was an integral part of the development sity in 1966 with a thesis on the topic http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Roge r Willis Daley Daley was author or coauthor on some 16 publications 1943-200 1 in the refereed literature and was honored by receiv- ing the NCAR outstanding publication award. Nev- ertheless, he did not neglect his interest in operational Roger Willis Daley, UCAR Distinguished Scien- applications. He was involved in implementation of tific Visitor at the Naval Research Lab in Monterey, nonlinear normal mode initialization for baroclinic California, died at his home in Carmel Valley, Cali- models at CMC in Canada and at Meteo-France in fornia, on 29 August 2001. Paris. He also implemented an innovative error cova- Daley was born in Purley, England, on 25 January riance formulation at the European Centre for Medium 1943. He moved with his parents at an early age to Range Weather Forecasts. West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. He stud- ied at the University of British Columbia, graduating In 1985, Daley returned to Canada to take up the with a B.S. in mathematics and physics in 1964. He position of chief scientist in the Canadian Climate completed an M.S. in meteorology at McGill Univer- Centre. He was an integral part of the development sity in 1966 with a thesis on the topic

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