Dr. Anne R. Douglass, FAMS

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Anne R. Douglass
NASA/GSFC Code 613.3
Greenbelt MD 20771

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Anne Douglass, an AMS Member, a Fellow of the AMS, and a member of the AMS Council from 2009 to 2012, is the Deputy Project Scientist for EOS Aura in at NASA in Greenbelt, Maryland. She has three physics degrees: a B.A. (1971) from Trinity College in Washington D.C., an M.S. (1975) from the University of Minnesota, and a Ph.D. (1980) from Iowa State. Her career resides in the context of raising two sons and three daughters and the ceaseless challenge of balancing devotion to family with the fascination of science. She has been a member of the Atmospheric Chemistry and Dynamics Branch since 1981, the Principal Investigator of the Stratospheric General Circulation with Chemistry Project since the early 1990's and Deputy Project Scientist for the Upper Atmospheric Research Satellite. She won of a Clare Boothe Luce Award for Women in Mathematics and Science, and has been a girl scout leader for 15 years. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, a student of Ashtanga yoga, a recreational tap dancer, a hiker, and an award winning runner. She is one of the first to use assimilated meteorological fields in a three-dimensional chemistry and transport model for interpretation of constituent observations from satellite, balloon, aircraft and ground based platforms. She is a member of the steering committee for NASA's Global Modeling Initiative, a community effort to reduce uncertainty in assessment calculations using a controlled framework in which the elements of a chemistry and transport model can be varied.


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