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special feature Noted Meteorologist Funds Scholarship Paul H. Kutschenreuter, former deputy director for the charged with keeping abreast of all natural environ- mental warnings and occurrences, and the conduct of U.S. Weather Bureau and former president of the World surveys following major natural disasters. Meteorological Organization's Commission on Synop- tic Meteorology, widely known and highly respected in He was appointed director of the Weather Service's the world meteorological community, has presented a pacific region in 1968, retiring in 1973. $5000 continuing scholarship to the American Meteoro- An outgoing and energetic person, Mr. Kutschenreu- logical Society. ter is especially ad- mired for his front- The Paul H. Ku- line service in natural tschenreuter Scholar- disasters, in U.S. par- ship will be admini- ticipation in interna- stered annually by the tional meteorological AMS, based on finan- programs, and fo r his cial need and schol- unfailing leadership arship. and encouragement Mr. Kutschenreu- to younger meteor- ter, for many years a ologist s over the senior official of the years. nation's weather serv- He was leader of ice and now living in the weather bureau retirement in Falls tornado survey team Church, Virginia, has which made sweep- been a fellow of the in g http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Noted Meteorologist Funds Scholarship Paul H. Kutschenreuter, former deputy director for the charged with keeping abreast of all natural environ- mental warnings and occurrences, and the conduct of U.S. Weather Bureau and former president of the World surveys following major natural disasters. Meteorological Organization's Commission on Synop- tic Meteorology, widely known and highly respected in He was appointed director of the Weather Service's the world meteorological community, has presented a pacific region in 1968, retiring in 1973. $5000 continuing scholarship to the American Meteoro- An outgoing and energetic person, Mr. Kutschenreu- logical Society. ter is especially ad- mired for his front- The Paul H. Ku- line service in natural tschenreuter Scholar- disasters, in U.S. par- ship will be admini- ticipation in interna- stered annually by the tional meteorological AMS, based on finan- programs, and fo r his cial need and schol- unfailing leadership arship. and encouragement Mr. Kutschenreu- to younger meteor- ter, for many years a ologist s over the senior official of the years. nation's weather serv- He was leader of ice and now living in the weather bureau retirement in Falls tornado survey team Church, Virginia, has which made sweep- been a fellow of the in g

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Published: May 1, 1991

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