Chinese Scientist Zeng Qingcun Wins Global Meteorological Award

Posted: Jun 23 2016, 1:34pm CDT | by , Updated: Jun 23 2016, 1:36pm CDT, in News | Latest Science News

 

Chinese Scientist Zeng Qingcun Wins Global Meteorological Award
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A Chinese scientist has won the International Meteorological Organization Prize, the world's top prize for meteorological work bestowed by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), officials said on Thursday.

Zeng Qingcun, a Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) member, won the ward for contributions to satellite meteorological remote-sensing theory, numerical weather prediction theory, meteorological disaster prevention, as well as the earth system model, Xinhua news agency reported CAS as saying.

The International Meteorological Organization Prize is awarded annually to scientists that have made outstanding contributions to meteorology, hydrology and geophysical sciences.

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