In Memoriam

Frank BadgleyFranklin I. Badgley, Professor Emeritus
Ph.D., New York University
Atmospheric turbulence, diffusion.
Obituary

Phil ChurchPhil E. Church, Professor Emeritus
Ph.D., Clark University
Meteorology; microclimatology; oceanographical meteorology.
(1902-1977)
http://www.atmos.washington.edu/people/church.shtml

Robert FleagleRobert G. Fleagle, Professor Emeritus
Ph.D., New York University
Air-sea interaction; science policy.
(1918-2013)
http://www.atmos.washington.edu/people/fleagle.shtml

Peter HobbsPeter V. Hobbs, Professor
Ph.D., Imperial College, University of London
Aerosol/cloud/precipitation physics; atmospheric
chemistry; air pollution; mesosale meteorology.
Obituary (Seattle PI) Obituary (Seattle Times) CARG

James HoltonJames R. Holton, Professor
Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Dynamic meteorology; middle atmosphere meteorology.
*http://atmos.washington.edu/gcg/JR_site/index.html

Conway LeovyConway B. Leovy, Professor Emeritus
Atmospheric Sciences and Geophysics
Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Climatic role of clouds; planetary atmospheres and astrobiology; upper atmosphere circulation and dynamics.
http://www.atmos.washington.edu/people/leovy.shtml

Richard ReedRichard J. Reed, Professor Emeritus
Sc.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Weather analysis and prediction; numerical modeling.
http://www.atmos.washington.edu/Reed
View a slide show of Dr. Reed’s career.
National Academy of Sciences biography
by John M. Wallace.

Norbert UntersteinerNorbert Untersteiner, Professor Emeritus
Atmospheric Sciences and Geophysics
Sydney Chapman Professor of Physical Sciences,
University of Alaska
Ph.D., Innsbruck University, Austria
Air-sea-ice interaction; polar climatology; sea ice physics.
http://www.atmos.washington.edu/people/untersteiner.html
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