American Meteorological Society (AMS) Oral History Project

The American Meteorological Society Oral History Project was created as a joint program between the American Meteorological Society and UCAR and aims to capture the history of the atmospheric sciences as told by the researchers, scientists, administrators and others working in the field. The collection of interviews is especially rich in conversations which capture the memories of those scientists who launched much of the innovative atmospheric and meteorological research in postwar America.

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42 Years of Research on Atmospheric Disturbances. T.T. Fujita
Transcript of Oral History Interview of Walter Orr Roberts
Oral History Interview with Robert Elliot
Talk by Eric Kraus, "The Education of a Meteorologist"
Oral History Interview with Philip Thompson
Edward D. Lorenz and Philip D. Thompson Lecture
Transcript of Oral History Interview of Robert Simpson
Talk by Arnt Eliassen, "Meteorologists I have Known"
Transcript of Oral History Interview of Walter Munk
Oral History Interview with Walter Munk
The Joachim P. Kuettner Symposium
Philip Duncan Thompson Symposium
Vern Suomi Tribute
Transcript of Oral History Interview with C. C. (Carl Christian) Wallén
Roundtable discussion about Carl-Gustav Rossby
Oral History Interview with Evelyn Mazur
Oral History Interview with Irwin Abrams
Transcript of Oral History Interview of Donald H. Lenschow
Oral History Interview with Richard E. Carbone
Transcript of Oral History Interview of Jerry D. Mahlman

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