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special news features sphere, or the dynamics of climate," during the 7th DeMari a Receives The Banner I. Miller Conference on Waves and Stability in San Francisco, Awar d California. Wallace received his B.S. in Naval Architecture Mark DeMaria received the Banner I. Miller Award from Webb Institute of Naval Architecture in 1962, in May 1989 for his paper "Tropical Cyclone Track and his Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Prediction with a Barotropic Spectral Model" (Mon. Technology in 1966. He began his career at the Uni- Wea. Rev., Vol. 115, p. 2346). DeMaria, also the versity of Washington as an assistant professor in the 1987 recipient of this award, was cited "for the best Department of Atmospheric Sciences in 1966, be- contribution to the science of hurricane and tropical came an associate professor in 1970, and a full pro- weather forecasting published in a journal with in- fessor in 1975. While continuing to teach at the ternational circulation," during the 18th Conference University of Washington, Wallace has held positions on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology in San Diego, as interim director of the Joint Institute for the Study California. This award of $300 is given at each con- of the Atmosphere and Ocean (1980-81), chairman ference on hurricanes and tropical meteorology from of the Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Univer- a fund established by Miller's colleagues and peers sity of Washington (1983-88), and director of the familiar with his work. Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and DeMaria became interested in hurricanes during Ocean (1982-present). his childhood when his hometown of Miami was hit Wallace is an honorary fellow of both the Ameri- by hurricanes Cleo (1964) and Betsy (1965), and nearly can Meteorological Society and the American Geo- hit by Hurricane Inez (1966). He aspired to opera- physical Union. He is associate editor of the Journal tional weather forecasting, but developed an interest of Atmospheric Science, editorial consultant for Tel- in research meteorology during his senior year at /us, and former associate editor of Review of Geo- Florida State University (FSU). After graduating from physical and Space Physics. He has won numerous FSU in 1977 with a B.S. in meteorology, he imme- awards including the American Meteorological So- diately pursued an advanced degree with the intent ciety's Meisinger Award in 1975 and Editor's Award of becoming a researcher. Between 1977 and 1983 in 1981. • he attended Colorado State University (CSU) where he received his M.S. and Ph.D., both in atmospheric The Air Force Geophysics Scholar Program is science, and spent six months as a post doctoral fel- sponsored by the Air Force Geophysics Laboratory low. and is conducted by the Southeastern Center for Electrical Engineering Education (SCEEE). This After leaving CSU, DeMaria was a post doctoral program provides research opportunities for quali- fellow at the National Center for Atmospheric Re- fied Engineers and Scientists who have received search (NCAR) for a year and a half, and subse- their Ph.D. degrees, or equivalent, from technical quently a faculty member at North Carolina State programs at U.S. Universities or Technical Institu- University for two years. Since 1987 he has lived in tions. These opportunities consist of research ap- Miami where he studies hurricanes full time. His cur- pointments of 12 months duration with an optional one-year extension at the Air Force Geophysics rent research includes computer simulations of hur- Laboratory, located at Hanscom AFB near Boston. ricanes, hurricane motion studies, and the analysis Research opportunities exist in the following areas of data from aircraft reconnaissance hurricanes. of meteorology: cloud and precipitation microphys- ics, atmospheric dynamics and NWP, ground-based and remote sensing equipment and techniques, sat- ellite meteorology, mesoscale modeling and stud- Wallac e Named Bernhard Haurwitz ies, boundary layer processes and climatology Memoria l Lecturer methods and models. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, John M. Wallace was named the Bernhard Haurwitz religion, sex, or national origin. This program is lim- Memorial Lecturer in April 1989 for his presentation ited to U.S. citizens. SCEEE supports Equal Op- "Dynamics of Low-Frequency Atmospheric Variabil- portunity/Affirmative Action. For information and application forms contact: ity." Wallace was recognized for "significant contri- SCEEE, 1101 Massachusetts Avenue, St. Cloud, butions to the understanding of waves in the FL 32769. Phone (407) 892-6146. atmosphere, the circulation of the middle atmo- Bulletin American Meteorological Society http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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sphere, or the dynamics of climate," during the 7th DeMari a Receives The Banner I. Miller Conference on Waves and Stability in San Francisco, Awar d California. Wallace received his B.S. in Naval Architecture Mark DeMaria received the Banner I. Miller Award from Webb Institute of Naval Architecture in 1962, in May 1989 for his paper "Tropical Cyclone Track and his Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Prediction with a Barotropic Spectral Model" (Mon. Technology in 1966. He began his career at the Uni- Wea. Rev., Vol. 115, p. 2346). DeMaria, also the versity of Washington as an assistant professor in the 1987 recipient of this award, was cited "for the best Department of Atmospheric Sciences in 1966, be- contribution to the science of hurricane and tropical came an associate professor in 1970, and a full pro- weather forecasting published in a journal with in- fessor in 1975. While continuing to teach at the ternational circulation," during the 18th Conference University of Washington, Wallace has held positions on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology in San Diego, as interim director of the Joint Institute for the Study California. This award of $300 is given at each con- of the Atmosphere and Ocean (1980-81), chairman ference on hurricanes and tropical meteorology from of the Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Univer- a fund established by Miller's colleagues and peers sity of Washington (1983-88), and director of the familiar with his work. Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and DeMaria became interested in hurricanes during Ocean (1982-present). his childhood when his hometown of Miami was hit Wallace is an honorary fellow of both the Ameri- by hurricanes Cleo (1964) and Betsy (1965), and nearly can Meteorological Society and the American Geo- hit by Hurricane Inez (1966). He aspired to opera- physical Union. He is associate editor of the Journal tional weather forecasting, but developed an interest of Atmospheric Science, editorial consultant for Tel- in research meteorology during his senior year at /us, and former associate editor of Review of Geo- Florida State University (FSU). After graduating from physical and Space Physics. He has won numerous FSU in 1977 with a B.S. in meteorology, he imme- awards including the American Meteorological So- diately pursued an advanced degree with the intent ciety's Meisinger Award in 1975 and Editor's Award of becoming a researcher. Between 1977 and 1983 in 1981. • he attended Colorado State University (CSU) where he received his M.S. and Ph.D., both in atmospheric The Air Force Geophysics Scholar Program is science, and spent six months as a post doctoral fel- sponsored by the Air Force Geophysics Laboratory low. and is conducted by the Southeastern Center for Electrical Engineering Education (SCEEE). This After leaving CSU, DeMaria was a post doctoral program provides research opportunities for quali- fellow at the National Center for Atmospheric Re- fied Engineers and Scientists who have received search (NCAR) for a year and a half, and subse- their Ph.D. degrees, or equivalent, from technical quently a faculty member at North Carolina State programs at U.S. Universities or Technical Institu- University for two years. Since 1987 he has lived in tions. These opportunities consist of research ap- Miami where he studies hurricanes full time. His cur- pointments of 12 months duration with an optional one-year extension at the Air Force Geophysics rent research includes computer simulations of hur- Laboratory, located at Hanscom AFB near Boston. ricanes, hurricane motion studies, and the analysis Research opportunities exist in the following areas of data from aircraft reconnaissance hurricanes. of meteorology: cloud and precipitation microphys- ics, atmospheric dynamics and NWP, ground-based and remote sensing equipment and techniques, sat- ellite meteorology, mesoscale modeling and stud- Wallac e Named Bernhard Haurwitz ies, boundary layer processes and climatology Memoria l Lecturer methods and models. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, John M. Wallace was named the Bernhard Haurwitz religion, sex, or national origin. This program is lim- Memorial Lecturer in April 1989 for his presentation ited to U.S. citizens. SCEEE supports Equal Op- "Dynamics of Low-Frequency Atmospheric Variabil- portunity/Affirmative Action. For information and application forms contact: ity." Wallace was recognized for "significant contri- SCEEE, 1101 Massachusetts Avenue, St. Cloud, butions to the understanding of waves in the FL 32769. Phone (407) 892-6146. atmosphere, the circulation of the middle atmo- Bulletin American Meteorological Society

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