Charles Frederick Marvin 1858 - 1943

born in:
Putnam, Muskingum county, Ohio, United States

Worked at the United States 'Weather Bureau'. 1913-1934 - as Professor, serves as the new chief of the U.S. Weather Bureau, replacing Professor Moore. Developed the 'Robinson cup anemometer'. Devised the Marvin 'pyrheliometer' and inaugurated the regular measurement of solar radiation intensity by the 'Weather Bureau'. Interested in application of mathematical statistics to meteorological problems.