2 edition of Harry Wexler papers found in the catalog.
Harry Wexler papers
Written in English
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|Pagination||13,000 44 19|
|Number of Pages||13000|
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Inventing Atmospheric Science: Bjerknes, Rossby, Wexler, and the Foundations of Modern Meteorology. By James Rodger Fleming. James Rodger Fleming James Rodger Fleming is Charles A. Dana Professor of Science, Technology, and Society at Colby College. Search for other works by this author on: This Site. Google Scholar. WEXLER—Harry. The Department of Pediatrics, Malmonides Medical Center, deeply regrets the passing of Dr. Harry Wexler, truly a gentleman and .
On paper (or, well, on screen) these suggestions smack more than a little of the more apocalyptic, megalomaniacal James Bond movie plots of the s. In late , Harry Wexler. Harry Wexler passed away in Hamden, Connecticut. Funeral Home Services for Harry are being provided by Robert E. Shure Funeral Home. The obituary .
Inventing atmospheric science: Bjerknes, Rossby, Wexler, and the foundations of modern meteorology / "This big picture history of atmospheric research examines the first six decades of the twentieth century, from the dawn of applied fluid dynamics to the emergence, by , of . papers presented at the Tenth Pacific Science Congress of the Pacific Science Association, held at the University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii, August 21 to September 6, , and sponsored by the National Academy of Sciences, the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, and the University of Hawaii. H. Wexler, M.J. Rubin, and J.E. Caskey, editors.
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The papers of Harry Wexler, geophysicist and meteorologist, were given to the Library of Congress by his wife in Additional material was transferred from the U.S.
Weather Bureau in and from the Department of Commerce in Processing History The papers of Harry Wexler were arranged and described in and expanded and revised in.
Author of Observations of nocturnal radiation at Fairbanks, Alaska, and Fargo, N. Dak, Harry Wexler papers. Some aspects of dynamic anticyclogenesis (A publication of the Institute of Meteorology of the University of Chicago.
Miscellaneous reports) [Harry Wexler] on. Correspondence, speeches, lectures, articles, subject files, biographical material, printed matter, weather charts and statistics, photographs, and other papers relating chiefly to Wexler's career as a geophysicist and meteorologist.
Documents his work with the U.S. Weather Bureau and the Weather Service of the U.S. Air Force. Includes material on meteorological satellites such as TIROS I and. Harry Wexler papers, Resources; View Resource ; Resource Type. ArchivalResource. Display Entry.
Wexler, Harry, Harry Wexler papers, weather charts and statistics, photographs, and other papers relating chiefly to Wexler's career as a geophysicist and meteorologist. Documents his work with the U.S. Weather.
Pictorial works Illustrated works Conference papers and proceedings Photographs from space Remote-sensing images Most widely held works about Harry Wexler Wexler, and the foundations of modern meteorology by James Rodger Fleming (Book). Click on the book chapter title to read more.
BOOK EXCERPT Berkner’s invitation letter that he hoped to get wisdom from him “that flows from you like manna from heaven.” In addition to Berkner, Harry Wexler, the U.S. Weather Bureau chief scientist and its representative to COM, had significant roles in both the planning and execution of IGY.
These connections further established high. His wife donated his papers to the Library of Congress in Honors. The crater Wexler on the Moon is named after him.
Vol issues of the Monthly Weather Review were published as memorial issues for Wexler. Inthe University of Wisconsin–Madison founded the Harry Wexler Professorship of Meteorology.
Notes. Dr. Harry Wexler. a pediatrician in Brooklyn for many years, died yesterday at New York Hospital. He was 83 years old and lived in Brooklyn. Wexler, who graduated in. Harry Wexler offered a paper on the possible causes of climatic change, but there was little mention of climate in the remaining contributions.
Today the study The book is an outgrowth of a three-day conference held at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena, California, in. Fleming’s latest book, Inventing At-mospheric Science: Bjerknes, Rossby, Wexler, and the Foundations of Modern Meteorology, is in some ways a continuation of that early work.
By examining the lives and work of three prominent meteorologists— Norwegian Vilhelm Bjerknes, Swedish-born American Carl-Gustaf Rossby, and American Harry Wexler—Fleming shows. In this book, James Fleming charts the emergence of the interdisciplinary field of atmospheric science through the lives and careers of three key figures: Vilhelm Bjerknes (–), Carl-Gustaf Rossby (–), and Harry Wexler (–).
RICHARD SCORER and HARRY WEXLER This book is composed of six sections, and begins with an introduction to cloud name identification and the importance of clouds in the circumstances in which they occur. The succeeding sections deal with the major cloud names, namely, cumulus, cirrus, nimbus, and.
Thirty Contributions in Memory of Harry Wexler were written by a number of the leading meteorologists of the era and dedicated to Harry Wexler's memory. Within many of these articles are reminiscences of Dr. Wexler and his contribution to the area of meteorology under consideration or his role in establishing various observation systems.
Harry Wexler papers, 13, items ; 44 containers ; 19 linear feet. -- Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Wexler Papers, Library of Congress, Permission granted by the heirs of Harry Wexler.
Taking this up several notches—to the stratosphere and above—was Harry Wexler, head of research at the U.S. Weather Bureau. Harry Wexler papers, 13, items ; 44 containers ; 19 linear feet. -- Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Correspondence and papers relating primarily to Wexler's career in the United States Weather Bureau and the Weather Service of the United States Air Force. Alan Tower Waterman papers, Correspondence, memoranda, agendas, notes, speeches, writings, transcripts of radio broadcasts, interviews, biographical materials, clippings, printed matter, photographs, and other papers pertaining primarily to Reichelderfer's career in meteorology as chief of the U.S.
Weather Bureau (). Topics include bureau policies, plans, and programs, American and European forecasting methods. that of Harry Wexler. It was presented as part of a paper, "Observing the Weather from a Satellite Ve hicle," given at the Third Symposium on Space Travel, held at the American Museum, Hayden Planetarium, New York, on 4 May (Widger ).
Wexler described what he envisioned as a meteorological satellite's or satellite weather station's. Jewish Data offers information on Jewish Genealogy for the name - Wexler, Jewish Cemeteries and Jewish Tombstone Inscriptions. Search your Jewish Family History and See Cemetery Photos.The first volume of Treating Drug Problems is the committee's report on the evolution, effectiveness, and financing of public and private drug treatment systems.
The chapters in Volume 1 discuss the history of ideas governing drug policy, the nature and extent of the need for treatment, the goals and effectiveness of treatment, the need for research on treatment methods and services, the costs.The papers of Harry Wexler () span the years and relate mainly to his career as a geophysicist and meteorologist, with the focus on the years he was with the United States Weather Bureau, andand the Weather Service of the United States Air Force,