D. N. Sikdar spreading. Its potential is just now being realized. 1930-1988 Sikdar was largely responsible for the development of the atmospheric sciences division at the University Dhirendra N. Sikdar, a professor of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. His dedication to the pro- at the Department of Geosci- gram and students was admirable. He was a member ences, University of Wisconsin- of Sigma Xi, American Geophysical Union, New York Milwaukee, died on 8 December Academy of Science, Indian Meteorological Society, 1988 from heart failure. Sikdar American Astronautical Society, Smithsonian Insti- was born in Bengal, India on 1 No- tution and American Meteorological Society. Col- vember 1930. He received his leagues in Madison, as well as Milwaukee, consider B.S. in Physics from the Univer- it an honor to have worked with Professor Sikdar. sity of Calcutta in 1949 and his M.S. in Physics from the same University in 1951. Thereafter, he became a lecturer in Physics and then Oscar Tenenbaum parttime assistant professor at Saint Paul's College, Calcutta, India. In 1957, he was offered a position as 1908-1988 officer-in-charge in the upper air observatory in Ver- Oscar Tenenbaum, retired meteorologist-in-charge of aval, India. He held that position until 1960 when the Boston Forecast Office
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jul 1, 1989
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