Individual Author Record
Name: Stanley A. ChangnonPen Name: Stanley Alcide Changnon Genre: C:CHILD Born: 1928 in Donovan, Illinois Sites:
Illinois ConnectionStanley A. Changnon was born in Donovan, Illinois and taught at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign.
Biographical and Professional InformationChangnon has authored several scientific books, and combined his skills as a scientist and his passion for the railroad. America's Rural Hub, published by Mayhaven, was the first of his three railroad books. He graduated from the University of Illinois and stayed on as Chief of the Illinois State Water Survey. He also taught basketball. Changnon is retired from the University of Illinois, and now travels the world as a meteorologist. He was on the research team for Al Gore's work on the environment, which won the Nobel Prize. He and his wife reside in central Illinois.
*''Hail Suppression Impacts and Issues'',Illinois State Water Survey, 1991*''The Great Flood of 1993'',Westview Press, 1996*''El Nino 1997-1998'',Oxford University Press, 2000*''Thunderstorms Across the Nation: An Atlas of Storms, Hail, and Their Damages in the 20th Century'',Diane Publishing Co., 2001*''America's Rural Hub'',Mayhaven Pub., 1991*''The Triangle-Busy Railroading in Southern Illinois'',Mayhaven Pub., 1992