Warren M. Washington, FAMS, PhD

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Warren M. Washington
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Warren M. Washington, an AMS Member, a Fellow of the AMS, AMS President for 1994, and one of fewer than 50 active Honorary Members of the AMS, is a Senior Scientist in the Climate Change Research Section of the Climate and Global Dynamics Division of the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado. Dr. Washington is an internationally recognized expert on atmospheric science and climate research, specializing in computer modeling of Earth's climate. Currently, he is Chief Scientist of the DOE/UCAR Cooperative Agreement at NCAR. Dr. Washington has published almost 200 papers in professional journals, garnered dozens of national and international awards, and served as a science advisor to former U.S. Presidents Carter, Reagan, Bush, and Clinton. In 2010, President Obama awarded Dr. Washington the National Medal of Science, the highest honor the U.S. government bestows on scientists.

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