Carl-Gustaf Arvid Rossby
Carl-Gustaf Arvid Rossby was a prominent American meteorologist and oceanographer initially from Sweden. He is noted for the establishment of an aero-weather service for the Guggenheim Fund in 1928. Rossby’s major works on the thermodynamics of atmospheric processes and atmospheric turbulence greatly influenced the development of mathematical models of general atmospheric circulation and numerical weather forecasting.
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