Richard D. Clark

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Within a decade after John von Neumann and colleagues conducted the first experimental weather forecast on the ENIAC computer in the late 1940s, numerical models of the atmosphere become the foundation of modern-day weather forecasting and one of the driving application areas in computer science. This article describes research that is enabling a major(More)
Two closely linked projects aim to dramatically improve storm forecasting speed and accuracy. CASA is creating a distributed, collaborative, adaptive sensor network of low-power, high-resolution radars that respond to user needs. LEAD offers dynamic workflow orchestration and data management in a Web services framework designed to support on-demand,(More)
Surface ozone (O 3) was analyzed to investigate the role of the bay breeze on air quality at two locations in Edgewood, Maryland (lat: 39.4°, lon: −76.3°) for the month of July 2011. Measurements were taken as part of the first year of NASA's " Deriving Information on Surface Conditions from Column and Vertically Resolved Observations Relevant to Air(More)
has been very active in both UCAR and community activities for many years. He was involved in recent UCAR strategic planning efforts and a member of many UCAR committees (e. considerable leadership in his advice to UCAR programs. Dr. Clark is the recipient of the AMS Teaching Excellence awards and the Russell L. DeSouza Award for Outstanding Service to the(More)
During my first term as an at-large member of the UCAR Board of Trustees I have been privileged to participate in some of the most significant changes and challenges to face UCAR and the atmospheric and related sciences community over its 50-year history. The Board has guided the change in NCAR directorship, the search for a new UCAR president, construction(More)