Necrologies

Necrologies ——.—. — * > « _ Arthur D. Belmont tics and Space Administration (NASA) as a member 1920-1991 of the Nimbus Experimental Team. He is survived by Arthur D. Belmont of Minneapolis, Minnesota, died on his wife Sylvia, two sons—Jim and Paul—and one 12 May from lung cancer. He was a group leader and grandchild.—Arnold Court and Denis Dartt. researcher in the field of stratospheric meteorology for more than 40 years. Belmont was an ardent believer in Champ Bean Tanner observational studies, and his contributions followed 1920-1990 the evolution of large-scale measurements in the middle Champ Bean Tanner, emeritus professor of soil atmosphere, from rawinsondes to rocketsondes to science and meteorology, died on 22 September parameters derived from satellite. His forte was tack- 1990. He is survived by his wife Katherine, sons ling large databases, and he frequently merged data Bertrand and Myron, and daughters Terry and Taffy. from several such sources in his climatological studies. Champ Tanner was born on 16 November 1920 in After graduation with a B.A. in mathematics from the Idaho Falls, Idaho. He grew up in the state of Utah University of California at Berkeley in 1942, Belmont and graduated from Provo High School 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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——.—. — * > « _ Arthur D. Belmont tics and Space Administration (NASA) as a member 1920-1991 of the Nimbus Experimental Team. He is survived by Arthur D. Belmont of Minneapolis, Minnesota, died on his wife Sylvia, two sons—Jim and Paul—and one 12 May from lung cancer. He was a group leader and grandchild.—Arnold Court and Denis Dartt. researcher in the field of stratospheric meteorology for more than 40 years. Belmont was an ardent believer in Champ Bean Tanner observational studies, and his contributions followed 1920-1990 the evolution of large-scale measurements in the middle Champ Bean Tanner, emeritus professor of soil atmosphere, from rawinsondes to rocketsondes to science and meteorology, died on 22 September parameters derived from satellite. His forte was tack- 1990. He is survived by his wife Katherine, sons ling large databases, and he frequently merged data Bertrand and Myron, and daughters Terry and Taffy. from several such sources in his climatological studies. Champ Tanner was born on 16 November 1920 in After graduation with a B.A. in mathematics from the Idaho Falls, Idaho. He grew up in the state of Utah University of California at Berkeley in 1942, Belmont and graduated from Provo High School

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Oct 1, 1991

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