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Policy Speaker Series #26



Eleanor Milne

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In Memoriam: Molly Macauley

It is with a heavy heart that we acknowledge the recent loss of Dr. Molly Macauley. Molly was a friend, a colleague, and an influential scientist. She was a pillar in the formation of the CMS program, having a special role in both the project's development and function. She was a Science Definition Team Member, a Science Team Member, and an Invited Speaker at the first AGU Session on CMS held last year. Molly will be deeply missed.

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