Timeline Exploration -- 1963 - 1969
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1963 [On an opportunity from attending a meteorology conference], From Warren's book, Odyssey in Climate Modeling, Global Warming, and Advising Five Presidents.
"During the summer of 1963, while I was still a graduate student, I attended a meteorology conference in Stanstead, Canada. This important event gave me the opportunity to meet many leaders in meteorology, who later influenced my career."
- 1963 Accepts job offer from NCAR as a research scientist.
- 1964 Begins work with fellow scientist, Akira Kasahara, to create a general circulation model. Other models were underway at Leith, UCLA, and GFDL.
- 1964 Tellus article.
- 1964 Weather predictability limits project (NCAR/UCLA).
- 1964 Received Ph.D (Meteorology), Pennsylvania State University.
1964 [On becoming the 2nd African-American to receive a Ph.D. in Atmospheric Sciences], From Warren's book, Odyssey in Climate Modeling, Global Warming, and Advising Five Presidents.
"At that point, I became the 2nd African-American to receive a Ph.D. in Atmospheric Sciences. The first was Charles E. Anderson, who graduated from MIT in 1960... In later years, Charlie was a wonderful mentor to me."
- 1966 Articles by Warren and Kasahara on NCAR global General Circulation Model (GCM).
- 1963 Job offer letter from NCAR's Associate Director, Philip Thompson, to Warren.
- 1963 Follow up letter from A. Wiin-Nielson upon Warren accepting position at NCAR.
- 1964 NCAR General Circulation Model Notebook.
- 1966 Correspondence concerning approval for Warren Washington to to do a one month unclassified study of Chinese literature in Numerical Weather Prediction for the CIA.
- 1966 Excerpt from a report Warren Washington completed for the CIA concerning the status of numerical weather prediction in Communist China.
- 1966 Warren's notes for a status report concerning numerical weather prediction in Communist China.
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Animations, Movies, Audio
|Screenshot||Title and Link||Year||Media Type|
|1968||Early General Circulation Model animation, 2-level version.||Computer Animation|
|1969||Warren and Akira Kasahara's NCAR Global General Circulation Model of the Atmosphere: Sea Level Pressure.||Computer Animation|
|1969||Warren and Akira Kasahara's NCAR Global General Circulation Model of the Atmosphere: Simulated Cloud Movie.||Computer Animation|