Television Seals of Approval

Television Seals of Approval Yellisetty Viswanadham Stanley Baker Eames 1937-1992 1917-1993 Yellisetty Viswanadham, an esteemed colleague Stanley B. Eames, a spe- and friend, died on 15 December 1992. cial consultant to AMS for Viswanadham earned a master's of science public information, died 17 degree and a doctorate degree in meteorology from January in Rockville, Mary- Andhra University, Waltair, India, in 1962 and 1967, land. He retired from the fed- respectively. In 1971 he moved to the Institute for eral government in 1990, where he had served since Space Research (INPE) in Brazil. His interests were in 1965, first as the head of the boundary-layer meteorology, atmospheric radiation, public information office of and climatology. the U. S. Weather Bureau Viswanadham published ar- and subsequently as direc- ticles in several scientific tor of public information for journals including Boundary- the Environmental Science Services Administration Layer Meteorology, the Jour- and, later, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric nal of Applied Meteorology, Administration. the Journal of Geophysical At the Weather Bureau he was instrumental in the Research, the Journal of Ag- development of many major national and international ricultural Meteorology, the public safety weather programs, including the volun- Forest Ecology and Manage- teer Skywarn organization of trained spotters for tor- ment Journal, and Pure and nadoes and other severe storms, and the World Applied Geophysics. Weather Watch, now a vital meteorological informa- He supervised several tion system serving more than 100 nations under the masters' and doctoral theses, World Meteorological Organization. mostly at INPE. Viswanad- In 1969 Eames was awarded the Department of ham will be remembered by scores of former stu- Commerce's Silver Medal for superior performance as dents and colleagues for his simplicity, dedication, director of public information for the Environmental and hard work. Science Services Administration. The inscription on He is survived by sons Krishna, Murty, and Bhaskar, the citation said that "his dynamic approach to respon- and daughter Vani.—V. Brahmananda Rao. sibilities and his highly professional production of imaginative programs have been of great benefit to the entire federal government." Eames was born in Emden, Maine, graduated from Skowhegan High School in Maine, and studied at the (Listed by Certificate Number) University of Maine. He was an army veteran of World War II. His newspaper career involved positions at the weekly Skowhegan Reporter, the Bangor Daily News, 713 Glenn Zimmerman and the Boston Herald. At the Herald his journalistic 714 Diane Kacmarik 1992 ability enabled him to move into the level of senior 715 Wes Browning reporter, serving as the paper's foreign correspondent 716 Jodi Marie Saeland 1993 during the 1956 Hungarian revolt against the Soviet 717 Thomas M. Terry, Jr. occupation and again during the Vietnam War. He built 718 Craig Steven Koplien a strong reputation as an investigative reporter, un- 719 Robert Bruce Symon, Jr. 1993 covering an insurance scam involving public parking 720 Timothy Scott Kelley 1993 facilities under the Boston Common that resulted in the conviction and imprisonment of two people. Certified Consulting He is survived by his wife, Joan (Christensen) Meteorologists Eames, of Gaithersburg, Maryland; three daughters: (Listed by Certificate Number) Christine, of Fairfax, Virginia, Caroline, of College Park, Maryland, and Elizabeth Michaud, of Hallowell, Maine; and three sons: Stanley, of Hallowell, Maine, 509 Peter C. Manins 1992 Peter, of Alexandria, Virginia, and Russell, of Worces- ter, Massachusetts.—Roland Paine. • 468 Vol. 74, No. 3, March, 1993 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Yellisetty Viswanadham Stanley Baker Eames 1937-1992 1917-1993 Yellisetty Viswanadham, an esteemed colleague Stanley B. Eames, a spe- and friend, died on 15 December 1992. cial consultant to AMS for Viswanadham earned a master's of science public information, died 17 degree and a doctorate degree in meteorology from January in Rockville, Mary- Andhra University, Waltair, India, in 1962 and 1967, land. He retired from the fed- respectively. In 1971 he moved to the Institute for eral government in 1990, where he had served since Space Research (INPE) in Brazil. His interests were in 1965, first as the head of the boundary-layer meteorology, atmospheric radiation, public information office of and climatology. the U. S. Weather Bureau Viswanadham published ar- and subsequently as direc- ticles in several scientific tor of public information for journals including Boundary- the Environmental Science Services Administration Layer Meteorology, the Jour- and, later, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric nal of Applied Meteorology, Administration. the Journal of Geophysical At the Weather Bureau he was instrumental in the Research, the Journal of Ag- development of many major national and international ricultural Meteorology, the public safety weather programs, including the volun- Forest Ecology and Manage- teer Skywarn organization of trained spotters for tor- ment Journal, and Pure and nadoes and other severe storms, and the World Applied Geophysics. Weather Watch, now a vital meteorological informa- He supervised several tion system serving more than 100 nations under the masters' and doctoral theses, World Meteorological Organization. mostly at INPE. Viswanad- In 1969 Eames was awarded the Department of ham will be remembered by scores of former stu- Commerce's Silver Medal for superior performance as dents and colleagues for his simplicity, dedication, director of public information for the Environmental and hard work. Science Services Administration. The inscription on He is survived by sons Krishna, Murty, and Bhaskar, the citation said that "his dynamic approach to respon- and daughter Vani.—V. Brahmananda Rao. sibilities and his highly professional production of imaginative programs have been of great benefit to the entire federal government." Eames was born in Emden, Maine, graduated from Skowhegan High School in Maine, and studied at the (Listed by Certificate Number) University of Maine. He was an army veteran of World War II. His newspaper career involved positions at the weekly Skowhegan Reporter, the Bangor Daily News, 713 Glenn Zimmerman and the Boston Herald. At the Herald his journalistic 714 Diane Kacmarik 1992 ability enabled him to move into the level of senior 715 Wes Browning reporter, serving as the paper's foreign correspondent 716 Jodi Marie Saeland 1993 during the 1956 Hungarian revolt against the Soviet 717 Thomas M. Terry, Jr. occupation and again during the Vietnam War. He built 718 Craig Steven Koplien a strong reputation as an investigative reporter, un- 719 Robert Bruce Symon, Jr. 1993 covering an insurance scam involving public parking 720 Timothy Scott Kelley 1993 facilities under the Boston Common that resulted in the conviction and imprisonment of two people. Certified Consulting He is survived by his wife, Joan (Christensen) Meteorologists Eames, of Gaithersburg, Maryland; three daughters: (Listed by Certificate Number) Christine, of Fairfax, Virginia, Caroline, of College Park, Maryland, and Elizabeth Michaud, of Hallowell, Maine; and three sons: Stanley, of Hallowell, Maine, 509 Peter C. Manins 1992 Peter, of Alexandria, Virginia, and Russell, of Worces- ter, Massachusetts.—Roland Paine. • 468 Vol. 74, No. 3, March, 1993

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