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In memory of Vilhelm Bjerknes on the 100th aniversary of his birth
Norske videnskaps-akademi i Oslo.
|Statement||published by Det Norske videnskaps-akademi i Oslo in cooperation with the American Meteorological Society, Boston.|
|Series||Det Norske videnskaps-akademi i Oslo. Geofysiske publikasjoner. Geophysica Norvegica,, v. 24|
|Contributions||American Meteorological Society.|
|LC Classifications||QC801 .N67 vol. 24|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||313|
|LC Control Number||a 63000497|
In memory of Vilhelm Bjerknes on the th aniversary of his birth. Industrial operations under extremes of weather. Interaction of sea and atmosphere: a group of contributions. On atmospheric pollution: a group of contributions. Precipitation enhancement: a scientific challenge. The . The Vilhelm Bjerknes Medal is awarded to Prof. Pinhas Alpert for the creation of novel approaches to investigate synergistic processes in the atmosphere and to monitor air moisture and flash floods employing cellular systems. Also, for his outstanding contribution to the study of cyclones and aerosols.
The Vilhelm Bjerknes Medal is awarded to Pinhas Alpert for his outstanding contributions to atmospheric dynamics and aerosol science. Pinhas Alpert is the creator of the Factor Separation (FS) Method which led to an in-depth understanding of the synergising effect of atmospheric factors used for the studies of weather, climate and other. Jacob Bjerknes is credited with determining the link between El Niño and and the Southern Oscillation. Son of the world renowned meteorologist Vilhelm Bjerknes, Jacob Bjerknes is primarily recognized for his work in developing the theoretical cyclone model as part of the "Bergen School" during the 's.
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Get this from a library. In memory of Vilhelm Bjerknes on the th aniversary of his birth. [Norske videnskaps-akademi i Oslo.; American Meteorological Society.]. Vilhelm Bjerknes with his brother Ernst Wilhelm Bjerknes (left) and his sister in law, Norway's first female professor, Kristine Bonnevie at her cabin Snøfugl, circa InBjerknes returned to the Royal Frederick University in Oslo before becoming professor of geophysics at the University of Leipzig in Awards: Fellow of the Royal Society, Symons Gold.
Journal Name: Geofysiske Publikasjoner: Geophysica Norvegica, Vol Special Issue: In memory of Vilhelm Bjerknes on the th Aniversary of His Birth, Article Title: “Vilhelm Bjerknes, Ma – Ap ”, Authors: Tor Bergeron, Olaf Devik, and Carl Ludvig Godske, Article Section: “Back in Oslo” by Carl Ludvig.
Vilhelm Bjerknes, (born MaChristiania, Norway—died April 9,Oslo), Norwegian meteorologist and physicist, one of the founders of the modern science of weather forecasting. As a youth Bjerknes assisted his father, a professor of mathematics at Christiania, with research in hydrodynamics.
In he went to Germany and became an assistant to and scientific. In memory of Vilhelm Bjerknes on the th aniversary of his birth /published by Det Norske videnskaps-akademi i Oslo in cooperation with the American Meteorological Society, Boston.
Subject. Jacob Aall Bonnevie Bjerknes:Biographical Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences. Vilhelm Frimann Koren Bjerknes Ministerialbok Fødsel (Ma ) Gift (July 4, ) med Sofie Honoria Bonnevie.
Vilhelm, Sofie, Karl Anton og Jacob Vilhelm Bjerknes, Vilhelm Frimann Koren Bjerknes, født marsfødested Christiania, død 9. aprildødssted Oslo. Fysiker og meteorolog.
Foreldre: Professor Carl Anton Bjerknes (–) og Aletta Wilhelmina Dorothea Children: Jacob Bjerknes, Kristian Bonnevie Bjerknes. Genealogy profile for Ernst Wilhelm Bjerknes Ernst Wilhelm Bjerknes ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Ernst Wilhelm Bjerknes ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
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Vilhelm Bjerknes, wife Honoria, Karl Anton and Jacob Bjerknes, circa jpg 1, × 2,; KB Vilhelm 1, × 2,; MB Vilhelm Frimann Koren Bjerknes ( - Country of citizenship: Norway.
On November 2,Bjerknes' son Jacob was born. Jacob would later collaborate with his father and become a famous meteorologist in his own right, discovering the mechanism that controls the behavior of mid-latitude cyclones. In a programmatic paper published inBjerknes proposed the procedure now known as numerical weather : Steve Graham.
W'hen Vilhelm Bjerknes turned his scientific efforts towards hydrodynamics, loyalty and piety to his father did play a role. Godske (), m his book about weather prediction, wrote This feeling of piety was surely partly a strength of Vilhelm Bjerknes, but maybe also his biggest weakness as a scientist.
Fields of Force Paperback – January 8, by Vilhelm Bjerknes (Author) See all 8 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Kindle "Please retry" $ — Cited by: A century of refinement has enabled flowering of Vilhelm Bjerknes’ ideas about the numerical simulation of weather.
This animation of developing thunderstorms is a computer simulation of a series of storms that produced : Steve Graham. years have passed since Vilhelm Bjerknes the father of modern weather forecasts, was born.
The event is celebrated worldwide by meteorologists who daily continues Bjerknes' work, but in a more convenient way than in The weather forecasts are based on an overview map.
It describes the air masses and low pressures, just like. Bjerknes, Vilhelm Frimann Koren (vĭl`hĕlm frē`män kô`rən byĕrk`nĕs), –, Norwegian physicist and pioneer in modern meteorology meteorology, branch of science that deals with the atmosphere of a planet, particularly that of the earth, the most important application of.
Kirsten Bjerknes was born on month dayat birth place, to Jacob Aall Bonnevie Bjerknes and Hedvig Bjerknes. Kirsten had one brother: Wilhelm Bjerknes. Kirsten passed away inat age Name: Vilhelm Friman Koren Bjerknes Born: Main Christiania, Norway Death: April 9, (Age: 89) Computer-related contributions.
Norwegian physicist and meteorologist. Helped found the modern practice of weather forecasting. Significant publications. Bjerknes gets funding from the Norwegian government to establish what is to become Forecasting Division of Western Norway; His son and assistans Jacob ("Jack") publishes an article on convergent lines in wind systems, weather fronts, becoming a cornerstone of the Bergen school.
Vilhelm becomes a professor of mechanics and. Vilhelm Bjerknes () laid the foundations of modern meteorology and weather forecasting through the "Bergen School of Meteorology" at the Geophysical Institute in Bergen.
His Son Jacob () carried out pioneer research on climate change and the role of the ocean in the climate system. Read more about Vilhelm Bjerknes' career here. Bjerknes, Carl Anton (iania [later Kristiania, now Oslo], Norway, 24 October ; ania, 20 March ) mathematics, physics.
Bjerknes was the son of Abraham Isaksen Bjerknes, a veterinarian, and Elen Birgitte Holmen. Anders Bjerknes was born on month dayat birth place, to Carl Ferdinand Sandberg Bjerknes and Ingjerd Sandberg Bjerknes (born Barstad). Carl was born on September 6 .Meteorology isn't the study of "meteors," but it is the study of metéōros, Greek for "things in the air."These "things" include phenomena that are bound by the atmosphere: temperature, air pressure, water vapor, as well as how they all interact and change over time -- which we collectively call "weather."Not only does meteorology look at how the atmosphere behaves, it also deals with the Author: Tiffany Means.Jack’s father, Vilhelm Bjerknes, began his career as a physi-cist working with Heinrich Hertz in Bonn on electromag-netic resonance.
In he married Honoria Sophia Bonnevie, a Norwegian science student in Christiania. They settled in Stockholm, where Vilhelm Bjerknes was appointed lecturer and later professor of mechanics and mathemati-cal File Size: KB.