Charles F. Passel
Charles F. Passel was a polar scientist responsible (along with Paul Siple) for the development of the wind chill factor parameter. Passel was born in Indianapolis on April 9, 1915. He had a bachelor's degree in geology from Miami University (Ohio), and a master's degree from Indiana University. He died December 27, 2002 in Abilene, Texas.
Passel was a major participant in the third Antarctic Expedition of Admiral Richard E. Byrd (1939–1941). Passel had several diverse duties on the expedition (as all the expedition members did) including as a dog team driver. Passel's diary is published as the book Ice.
- University of Texas. "Passel, Charles F. Antarctic Exploration Collection". Retrieved 2013-01-15.
- "Obituary". Reporter-News (Abilene). December 28, 2002.
- Charles F. Passel, Raimund E. (February 13–14, 2000). Interview of Charles F. Passel. (Interview). http://hdl.handle.net/1811/6040. Retrieved 2013-01-15.
- Passel, Charles F. (1995). Ice: The Antarctic Diary of Charles F. Passel. Lubbock: Texas Tech University Press. ISBN 978-0896723474.
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