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Assistant Policy Researcher, RAND; Ph.D. Student, Pardee RAND Graduate School
Movement of geomagneticall trapped radiation toward lower latitudes on the night side of the earth.
Jan 1, 1961
Solar stream distortion of the geomagnetic field, polar auroras, electrojets.
An examination of a specific case of the usefulness of weather forecasting.
This study examines ways in which weather information enters into economic decisions.
Aug 1, 1960
A description of a mechanism for selectively transferring charge in clouds in a way that enhances the normal atmospheric electrostatic field.
Jan 1, 1960
The year 1951-1952 has been a significant one in the history of upper-atmosphere research.
Jan 1, 1953
This paper contains a discussion of the principle of operation of cw Doppler search radar systems and an analysis of their performance capabilities
Jan 1, 1949
Senior Physical Scientist
Education PhD in computational science and informatics, George Mason University; MS in meteorology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; BS in atmospheric science, National Taiwan University