about our members 200 0 Strategic Review workin g group, th e 1993 Nomi- Joh n McCarthy, di- nating Committee, and the Committee on the Meteo- rector of the National rology and Oceanography of the Southern Hemi- Center for Atmospheric sphere; the National Research Council's (NRC) Com- Research' s (NCAR) mittee on Earth Sciences and the Panel to Review Researc h Application Worl d Data Center-A for Meteorology/National Cli- Progra m (RAP), has matic Data Center (chairman); the NOAA Data Man- been appointed direc- agemen t Advisory Panel; an d tw o special study groups tor of the Walter Orr of the International Association of Geodesy. Roberts Institute and a vice president of the Rosen was an editor of Monthly Weather Review University Corporation fro m 1986 to 1987. He was a founding editor of the fo r Atmospheric Re- Journal of Climate from 1988 to 1989 and an associ- search (UCAR), Boul- ate editor from 1990 to 1993. der, Colorado. He suc- A s vice president of basic research at AER , Rosen ceeded th e institute's initial director, Radford Byerly, and current interim director, Harriet Barker, on 1 April 1994. Th e institute, founde d shortly after Roberts's death, wa s established to further the application of atmo- spheric and related science in the service of society (Listed by Certificate Number) an d to help translate the goals and products of that research for policy makers, students, and the public. As a UCAR vice president, McCarthy will oversee the 774 Stan Boney 1994 Corporat e Affiliates Program, the Office of Govern- 77 5 James D. Aydelott 1994 ment Affairs, and other UCAR activities related to 77 6 Neal C. Estano 1994 corporate and government interaction. 77 7 John Klevanosky 1994 McCarth y received his B.S. degree in physics from 778 Mark A. Larson 1994 Grinnell College, his M.S. degre e in meteorolog y from 77 9 Glenn T.Moray 1994 the University of Oklahoma, and his Ph.D. from the 78 0 David T. Rexroth 1994 University of Chicago. From 1973 to 1980 he taugh t at 781 Steve Teeling 1994 the University of Oklahoma , and fro m 1981 to 1985 he 78 2 Rick E. Katzfey 1994 directed the Joint Airport Weather Studies and the Classify, Locate, and Avoid Wind Shear projects, whos e discoveries on wind shear and related phe- Certified Consulting Meteorologists nomen a led to the creation of RAP to devise and (Listed by Certificate Number) implement detection and warning systems for air- ports. He has directed RAP since its inception. UCA R is a consortiu m of 61 universities with Ph.D. 528 Michael L. Kaplan 1994 program s in the atmospheric and related sciences. 52 9 Neil J. M . Wheeler 1994 UCA R manages NCAR. 53 0 Christopher D Bedford 1994 531 Robert A. Baxter 1994 Richard D. Rosen, vice president of basic re- 532 John A. Foster 1994 search at Atmospheric and Environmental Research 533 Joseph Chia-Yung Chang 1994 (AER), Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts, was ap- 53 4 Paul A. Eisen 1994 pointed editor in chief of the Atmospheric Sciences 535 - John B.Kline 1994 Library (ATSL) of Kluwer Academi c Publishers. In this 53 6 Rudolf J. Engelmann 1994 position Rosen hopes to expand the ATSL into a 53 7 Karen J. Kowalewsky 1994 leading book series in the atmospheric sciences. 538 Lee E. Branscome 1994 Rosen received his Ph.D. in meteorolog y from MIT 53 9 Douglas A. Stewart 1994 in 1974. He is a Fellow of the AM S and a member of 54 0 Paul R. Tedtman 1994 the American Geophysical Union and The Oceanog- raphy Society. He has been a member of the AMS 88 6 Vol. 75, No. 5, May 1994
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: May 1, 1994
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