Papers, 1932-1986.

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Nierenberg, William Aaron, 1919-2000. Papers, 1932-1986.

Papers, 1932-1986.

Correspondence, subject files, lectures and addresses, awards, citations and certificates, telephone notes, office calendars and personal appointment books, audio and video tape recordings, photographs, slides, and other material documenting the career of William Nierenberg. The collection contains material dated 1932-1986, but consists largely of personal papers covering the years 1965-1985, when Nierenberg was Director of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. There is also material documenting Nierenberg's work at the University of California, Berkeley, including correspondence, lecture notes, and committee service. Records related to his leadership role in the Atomic Beams Research Group are very limited. The collection includes almost nothing regarding either Nierenberg's tenure at the University of Michigan or his contributions to the Manhattan Project. The papers proved extensive documentation of his participation in professional and scientific associations, his consulting activites and wide-ranging government service, and his participation in international scientific forums. There is some information regarding the JASON but little about Nierenberg's individual contribution to this group. His activities as a member of the National Research Council's Climate Research Board, the National Advisory Committee on Oceans and Atmosphere, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Advisory Committee, the National Science Foundation Committee on International Science, and the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Acid Rain Review Panel are amply covered. The collection includes files regarding Nierenberg's long association with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. His role as NATO Science Advisor, particularly his part in the development of the International Institute of Science and Technology is well documented. Also covered are organizations such as Tel Aviv University, the Center for Naval Analyses, and the La Jolla Institute, among others. The collection includes correspondence and committee records related to Nierenberg's role as a University of California, San Diego vice chancellor and member of the Physics Department. There are also files covering his work on the Scripps Institution of Oceanography Capricorn Expedition (1952) and his participation in expeditions to the Arctic (1949), Bikini Atol (Crossroad, 1946), local civic groups, his social engagements, and his personal travel. Among his correspondents: Sir Edward Crisp Bullard, Cecil H. Green, Andrei Monin, Frank Press, Roger Randall Dougan, Revelle, Henry Stommel, and Harald Ulrik Sverdrup.

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Bullard, Edward Crisp, Sir, 1907-1980

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British geophysicist born in Norwick, England, on September 21, 1907, and educated at Clare College, Cambridge University. Bullard spent most of his career at the Department of Geodesy and Geophysics at Madingley Rise in Cambridge, named Bullard Laboratories in his honor, and as director of the National Physical Laboratory. In 1949, Bullard visited the Scripps Institution of Oceanography where he designed, built, tested, and used the heat probe. From 1966 until his death he had an appointment as...

Press, Frank, 1924-

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Press was chairman of the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences. From the description of Ranger Project, Flight Readiness of Instrument : letter to Cargill Hall, JPL Historian, 1973 Jul 26. (Jet Propulsion Laboratory Library and Archives). WorldCat record id: 733099577 Press was Director of the Seismological Laboratory. From the description of Request for more Ranger capsule experiments : letter to Homer Newell, NASA, 1962 Oct 22. (Jet Propulsion Laboratory ...

Monin, A. S. (Andrei╠ć Sergeevich), 1921-

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Sverdrup, H.U. (Harald Ulrik), 1888-1957

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Sverdrup, meteorologist, oceanographer, and Polar explorer, was the chief of the scientific staff on Raold Amundsen's Maud expeditions (1917-1925) and on the Wilkins-Ellsworth submarine expedition (1931) to the Arctic. From the description of Papers, 1928-1942. (Dartmouth College Library). WorldCat record id: 237352129 ...

National Research Council (U.S.). Climate Research Board.

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University of California, San Diego

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Administrative History The Chancellor acts as head of administration and has general authority over the campus. He is responsible for setting up the administrative structure and insuring that the various units function properly. He has specific delegated authority to sign employment contracts of faculty and staff and to represent the University in public forums. Herbert F. York was appointed first Chancellor of the University of C...

Scripps Institution of Oceanography.

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Green, Cecil Howard, 1900-2003

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Cecil H. and Ida M. Green are best known for philanthropy. Beginning in 1950 they gave millions of dollars to various institutions and organizations, and by 1988 their donations amounted to more than $150 million. In addition to financial gifts, they served as chairpersons on various fund raising events that helped generate many more millions of dollars from other donors. The Greens were not always millionaires. They started out on a modest income, and through hard work ...

United States. Office of Science and Technology Policy

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Stommel, Henry M., 1920-1992

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Henry Melson Stommel, 1920-1992. Physical oceanographer (founder of the field of dynamical oceanography). Employed at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) from 1944-1959 (with two leaves of absence), working first with Maurice Ewing and then with Jeffreys Wyman. Appointed professor at Harvard University (1960-1963) and then Massachusetts Institute of Technology Dept. of Meteorology (1963-). Stommel returned to WHOI in 1978. From the description of Papers, 1946-1996. (Unknown)....

Revelle, Roger, 1909-1991

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Revelle (1909-1991). Research oceanographer, Scripps Institution of Oceanography. From the description of Sound recordings, 1984. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 82028116 From the description of Oral history interview with Roger Revelle: Observations on the Office of Naval Research and International Science, 1945-1960 1984 November. (University of California, San Diego). WorldCat record id: 83494102 American oceanographer. From the description of Papers, ...

United States. National Advisory Committee on Oceans and Atmosphere

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Nierenberg, William Aaron, 1919-2000

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Died 2000. From the description of Oral history interview with William Aaron Nierenberg, 1986 February 6 to 30 June. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79005537 Physicist and oceanographer. Nierenberg received his B.S. from the City College of New York in 1939 and his M.A. and Ph. D. degrees in physics from Columbia in 1942 and 1947. He was a research scientist with the Manhattan Project from 1942 to 1945. He was an instructor in physics at Columbia, 1946-1948, and assistant pro...

Capricorn Expedition (1952-1953)

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National Science Foundation (U.S.). Committee on International Science.

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