Alan Moller

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Al Moller
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Born(1950-02-01)February 1, 1950
DiedJune 19, 2014(2014-06-19) (aged 64)
Ft. Worth, Texas, U.S.[1]
Alma materUniversity of Oklahoma
Known forStorm spotter training, weather forecasting, photography
Spouse(s)Patti Clay-Moller
Scientific career
FieldsMeteorology
InstitutionsNational Weather Service
ThesisThe Climatology and Synoptic Meteorology of Southern Plains' Tornado Outbreaks (1979)
InfluencesRex Inman, Yoshikazu Sasaki, Ken Crawford, Charles A. Doswell III, Ron Przybylinski, Harold E. Brooks, Galen Rowell
InfluencedCharles A. Doswell III,[2] Roger Edwards[3]

Alan Roger Moller (February 1, 1950 – June 19, 2014) was an American meteorologist, storm chaser, nature and landscape photographer. He was known for advancing spotter training and bridging operational meteorology (particularly severe storms forecasting) with research.[4]

Moller died in Fort Worth, Texas from Alzheimer's disease, aged 64.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Alan Moller Obituary - Fort Worth, Texas". Greenwood Funeral Home. Jun 19, 2014. Retrieved 2014-06-20.
  2. Doswell, Chuck (24 Apr 2009). "My personal tribute to Alan R. Moller - Chaser, Photographer, and Forecaster Extraordinaire". Expressions of Opinion and Fun things. Chuck Doswell's Home Page. Retrieved 2014-06-20.
  3. Edwards, Roger (Jun 21, 2014). "Some Memories of Al Moller". Weather or Not. Retrieved 2014-06-21.
  4. "Remembering Al Moller". National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas. Jun 2014. Retrieved 2014-06-20.

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