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necrologies Donal d Rottner spheric Sciences at the University of Wyoming to 1939-199 5 pursue a graduate degree. The university appointed him a graduate research assistant. Donald Rottner died on After receiving an M.S. in atmospheric sciences in 23 May 1995 in Lake- 1971, Rottner joined the staff of New Mexico State wood, Colorado, not far University, where he worked as an assistant project from his home in Littleton, engineer on a cloud seeding project conducted by the Colorado. Department of Civil Engineering. He joined the Di- Rottne r excelled at vision of Atmospheric Resources Research of the U.S. whatever he tackled. Suc- Bureau of Reclamation in June 1972. He became a cess was his constant com- professional member of the AMS that same year. Working on Project Sky water , the major federal ef- panion. He was thoroughly fort with responsibility for conducting research on committed to his family precipitation augmentation, Rottner made many sig- and a faithful friend to his nificant scientific contributions. He was responsible coworkers. Hard work characterized his life, but he for assembly, quality control, and archival of the data also understood the value of play. He collected fine collected by a five-year, multimillion-dollar weather http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Donal d Rottner spheric Sciences at the University of Wyoming to 1939-199 5 pursue a graduate degree. The university appointed him a graduate research assistant. Donald Rottner died on After receiving an M.S. in atmospheric sciences in 23 May 1995 in Lake- 1971, Rottner joined the staff of New Mexico State wood, Colorado, not far University, where he worked as an assistant project from his home in Littleton, engineer on a cloud seeding project conducted by the Colorado. Department of Civil Engineering. He joined the Di- Rottne r excelled at vision of Atmospheric Resources Research of the U.S. whatever he tackled. Suc- Bureau of Reclamation in June 1972. He became a cess was his constant com- professional member of the AMS that same year. Working on Project Sky water , the major federal ef- panion. He was thoroughly fort with responsibility for conducting research on committed to his family precipitation augmentation, Rottner made many sig- and a faithful friend to his nificant scientific contributions. He was responsible coworkers. Hard work characterized his life, but he for assembly, quality control, and archival of the data also understood the value of play. He collected fine collected by a five-year, multimillion-dollar weather

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Published: May 1, 1996

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