RAL SCIENTIST AWARDED AMS FELLOW
Robert D. Sharman Honored for Years of Outstanding Contributions
New Fellows are selected each year by the AMS Council from a slate of nominees that constitute no more than 0.2 percent of all AMS members. Those selected as Fellows "shall have made outstanding contributions to the atmospheric or related oceanic or hydrologic sciences or their applications during a substantial period of years."
His interests include organize, conduct research, and develop forecasting strategies for aircraft scale turbulence in the free atmosphere, viz., clear-air turbulence (CAT), mountain wave induced turbulence and convectively induced turbulence. Develop and test coupled numerical weather prediction models with application models such as sound propagation models to derive special interest forecasts.