A major symposium honoring the life and times for that evening with nearly 400 people in attendance. of T. Theodore "Ted" Fujita was held at the Annual We were fortunate to have Robert F. Abbey Jr. as the Meeting of the American Meteorological Society banquet speaker. Bob was a close friend and provided (AMS) in Long Beach, California, on 10-11 January an excellent overview of Ted's career. The evening 2000. The event was unprecedented since all of the closed with a presentation of two plaques to Sumiko previous named symposia approved by the Society "Susie" Fujita and Kazuya Fujita, Ted' s wife and son, were held posthumously. The case for an exception to respectively. A select series of photographs, which this rule, owing to Ted's lifelong achievements, was capture a few of the events at the symposium and ban- presented to the AMS Council and they quickly ap- quet are presented in this issue. proved of the Fujita Symposium at their October 1998 A number of contributed posters on a variety of meeting. I was thrilled to call Ted and inform him of subjects concerning severe storms were on display the good news. He was deeply touched and humbled
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Published: Jan 1, 2001
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