Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Dr. Paul L. Smith Jr

Dr. Paul L. Smith Jr, Professor of Atmospheric Sciences at SDSM&T since 1966, passed away peacefully on Friday, May 10, 2019, after a short illness.
As Paul has family and friends around the world, services will be held at a later date, to allow all to gather.
He is survived by 5 children, 20 grandchildren, and 23 great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by his wife, Mary B. “Cissie” Smith. He will be greatly missed by the scientific community, Irish music lovers, and the many women of Ireland and Scotland he never had a chance to meet.
 https://www.kirkfuneralhome.com/obituary/paul-smith-jr


Some of Paul Smith's work

  • Author: P. L Smith
  • Author: South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. Institute of Atmospheric Sciences.
  • Subjects: Radar meteorology; Doppler radar; Doppler radar -- Calibration -- Marshall Islands -- Kwajalein Atoll
  • Author: P. L Smith
  • Author: South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. Institute of Atmospheric Sciences.
  • Subjects: Radar meteorology; Radar -- Calibration -- Marshall Islands -- Kwajalein Atoll
  • Author: J Prodan
  • Author: Paul L Smith; South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. Institute of Atmospheric Sciences.
  • Subjects: Weather control; Cloud physics
  • Author: Robert W Dixon
  • Author: Paul L. Smith joint author.; South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. Institute of Atmospheric Sciences.; United States. National Weather Service
  • Subjects: Radar meteorology; Rain gauges; Rain and rainfall -- North Dakota -- Measurement
  • Author: Paul L Smith; South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. Institute of Atmospheric Sciences.
  • Subjects: Rain-making -- South Dakota; Weather control -- South Dakota
  • Author: Smith, Paul
  • Subjects: Storms ; Meteorology ; False Alarms ; Accuracy


  • Author: Paul L Smith; Andrew G Detwiler; Richard F Kelley; Daniel P Custis; South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. Institute of Atmospheric Sciences.; National Science Foundation (U.S.)
  • Subjects: Aeronautics in meteorology

 

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