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Schneider, Stephen H., 2002-01-10

Identifier: Item 83

Scope and Contents

Oral history interview with Stephen Schneider, 2002. Interviewed by Robert Chervin. 10 sound cassette (ca. 10 hrs.) : analog, mono + transcript (209 pgs.). AMS 137-146; two physical versions (one master, one copy). Forms part of American Meteorological Society Oral History Project. Topics and people mentioned include: early interests in science, engineering, astronomy; years at Columbia University; Study of Man's Impact on Climate (SMIC); arrival at NCAR; Joint Evaluation Committee (JEC); Climate Club; CIAP; William Kellogg; Warren Washington; Philip Thompson; Bob Dickinson; Walter Orr Roberts; Mickey Glantz; move toward earth systems science and a multidisciplinary approach; evolution of computer modeling; Climatic Change journal; First World Climate Conference in Geneva; television appearances; tenure as ASP director; TTAPS; nuclear winter; Curt Covey; Starly Thompson; Carl Sagan; Defense Nuclear Agency (DNA); politics of doing science; Vladimir Alexandroff; Defense Science Board; IPCC; SCOPE ENUWAR; climate change; Stanford University; and the Woody Allen movie shot at NCAR, Sleeper.


  • 2002-01-10

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