Alistair B. Fraser

Professor of Meteorology,
The Pennsylvania State University

If what Proust says is true,
that happiness is the absence of fever,
then I will never know happiness.
For I am possessed by a fever for
knowledge, experience, and creation.
Anaïs Nin (1903-1977)

A few recent publications

Perry, Steven, Alistair B. Fraser, Dennis Thomson, and John Norman, 1989: Indirect sensing of plant canopy structure. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 42, 255-278.

Lee, Jr., Raymond L. and Alistair B. Fraser, 1990: The light at the end of the rainbow. New Scientist, 127, 40-44.

Fine, Steven S., and Alistair B. Fraser, 1991: A simple technique for multiple-parameter pattern recognition. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 7, 896-908.

Alistair B. Fraser, 1991:A Canadian Flag for Canada. Journal of Canadian Studies, 25, 4, 64-80.

Alistair B. Fraser and Bohren, Craig F., 1992: Is virga rain that evaporates before reaching the ground? Monthly Weather Review. 120, 8, 1565-71.

Bohren, Craig F. and Alistair B. Fraser, 1993: The Green Thunderstorm. Bull. Am. Met. Soc. 74, 11, 2185-2193.

David K. Lynch, Stanley D. Gedzelman and Alistair B. Fraser, 1994: Subsuns, Bottlinger's Rings and elliptical halos, Applied Optics., 33, 21, 4580-4586.

Alistair B. Fraser, 1994: The Sylvanshine: retroreflection in dew-covered trees. Applied Optics., 33, 21, 4539-4547.

Alistair B. Fraser, 1995: Transforming chalk dust into mouse droppings. EMS Bulletin, 64, 1, (in print).

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