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Malone, Thomas F.
Oral history interview with Thomas F. Malone, 1995 January 4.
In this interview, Thomas Malone discusses his career in meteorology and geophysics. Topics discussed include: his childhood in South Dakota; early interest in meteorology; Harley Johnson; South Dakota School of Mines; Roy Cook; Rapid City Weather Bureau; weather forecasting; Carl Watson; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Bernard Horrowitz; Jim Austin; Herb Willet; Blue Hill Observatory; Charlie Brooks; Joe Kaplan; Ethel Stanton Spillhouse; George Wadsworth; Joe Bryan; Gardener Emmins; Henry Houghten; World War II; Harry Wexler; Ed Brooks; Ken Spangler; Ed Rains; Rosby; Jerry Namius; Von Noyman; Richardson; Horwasetters; Lynn Brier; Don Freedman; Helmet Lansburg; Woody Jacobs; Norwood Wiener; Compendium of Meteorology (1951); Raymond Hyde; Bob Shrock; Patrick Hurly; Cecil Green; Ida Green; Hoyt Hottel; Maria Telcus; Von Noyman; Von Noyman computation project; Phil Thompson; Jule Charney; Taffy Bowen; Howard Orville; Helen Landry; R. Fjørtoft; George Wadsworth; Larry Gates; Dave Faults; Victor Star; Bob White; MIT Whirlwind; Norm Phillips; Harry Wexler; Committee of Meteorology; Lloyd Berkner; Harrison Brown; Walter Munk; Gerard Kepler; Columbus Islam; Roger Ravel; Fred Ripple;
Thomas F. Malone, 1917- . Geophysicist and meteorologist. University Distinguished Scholar Emeritus at North Carolina State. A member of the National Academy of Sciences, he was elected Foreign Secretary in 1978. He also chaired the Academys Geophysics Research Board and its Board on Atmospheric Physics and Climate. In 1970 he became professor of physics at the University of Connecticut. He served as national president of both the American Meteorological Society and the American Geophysical Union.
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