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July 16, 2012 Filed under Blog, Featured, Writing
“Those who know the material will not learn anything new, and those who do not know it will not understand anything.”
—V.I. Arnold about a badly written introduction.
From Improbable Research
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David M. Schultz is a Professor of Synoptic Meteorology at the Centre for Atmospheric Science, School of Earth, Atmospheric, and Environmental Sciences, The University of Manchester. Presently, he is Chief Editor for Monthly Weather Review, the longest-running meteorological journal in the world. In 2014, he received the University of Manchester Teaching Excellence Award. He has published over 115 peer-reviewed journal articles.
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