William H. (Bill) Brune, FAMS, PhD

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William H. Brune
Pennsylvania State University
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Bill Brune, an AMS Member, and a Fellow of the AMS, is Distinguished Professor and Head of the Department of Meteorology at the Pennsylvania State University in University Park. Dr. Brune he has a BS degree in physics (1973, Southwestern at Memphis—now Rhodes College) and a PhD degree in physics (1978, Johns Hopkins University). He was a Research Associate at Harvard University from 1978 to 1988 and studied the chemistry that causes stratospheric ozone loss and the Antarctic Ozone Hole. He joined the faculty of the Penn State Department of Meteorology in 1988, where his research focus evolved from stratospheric ozone chemistry to the chemistry of the lower atmosphere, including air quality. He has served on numerous advisory committees, is a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union, and has been the Head of Meteorology since 1998.

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