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Rev. Lee F. Johnson

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Senior Research Scientist

Local Address:  Mountain View , California , United States
CSU Monterey Bay, NASA Ames Earth Science Division

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    Friedens United Church of Christ


  • Lincoln Northeast High School
  • Virginia Tech
  • Masters degree , Engineering Mechanics
49 Total References
Web References
Currents Archive - Fourth Quarter 2004 - Issues Impacting Northern California Watersheds [cached]
During the meeting, NASA researcher Lee Johnson displayed a preliminary website that will show the extent and location of invasive plant species including yellow star thistle, tamarisk, and Arundo and the extent of infestation.
GEO Resources, 5 Sept 2001 [cached]
Vintners in these regions have had abundant time to understand how vintage varies throughout the vineyard , said Lee Johnson , a research scientist at NASA's Ames Research Center in California's Silicon Valley , and the study's principal investigator.
By contrast , the majority of vineyard development in California's Napa Valley has occurred since the mid-1960s , he said.
By identifying how the grapes grow differently , even in different parts of the same field , vintners will be better able to create wines with specific flavors.
Officiant: Rev. Lee ..., 24 Feb 2010 [cached]
Officiant: Rev. Lee Johnson
Lee started school in Tamora, Nebraska and was a 1952 graduate of Lincoln Northeast High School in Lincoln, NE. After several years of road construction work around Nebraska and two years serving in the U.S. Army, he studied at the University of Nebraska Lincoln and earned a BS in Civil Engineering in 1962. He started his career as an engineer at NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton, VA. Concurrently, he enrolled at Virginia Tech and earned a Masters degree in Engineering Mechanics. He earned several US patents during this period. On July 3, 1964, Lee was united in marriage to Susan Kay Backstrom in Lincoln.
Lee and Harold together built the Imig home in Goehner.
Lee retired from farming in 1996, after also serving on the Nebraska Grain Sorghum Board and as a US Feed Grains Council Ambassador. Too restless for retirement, he began training to become a financial advisor. After obtaining his license, he began a third career working for Waddell & Reed, which lasted for 11 years. Through the years his hobbies included woodworking, cribbage, crosswords, bridge, golf and UNL sports. Lee and Sue enjoyed hosting international visitors through the years.
Lee was a wry truth-teller and skeptic, and he never failed to see the small delights all around. Lee was a longtime member of Friedens United Church of Christ in Goehner and currently a member of Seward United Methodist Church. Other memberships include, Goehner Volunteer Fire Department, Goehner Village Board, Goehner Centennial Players, Seward Kiwanis, Magazine Club, Beaver Crossing American Legion Post #178, and Friendship Force - Lincoln. Lee is preceded in death by his parents, Arthur and Ida Imig and his brothers-in-law, Norman Creeth and Milton Jacobson.
Lee is survived by his wife of 45 years, Susan Imig of Seward; son, Greg and his wife, Holli of Suwanee, GA; daughter, Nancy Imig of Denver, CO; grandsons, Andrew and Wesley Imig; sisters, Darlene Schild and her husband, Wayne of Austin, TX, Eileen Creeth of Mt. Vernon, WA, Ardis Jacobson of Longmont, CO; brother Alton Imig and his wife, Elizabeth of Lincoln; many nieces and nephews, cousins and a host of friends.
To this obituary we add our thoughts, prayers, and memories of life shared with Lee.
Geography of Wine . AAG Specialty Group, 26 Mar 2009 [cached]
8:00 AMAuthor(s): *Lee Johnson - California State University, Monterey Bay; Airborne Mapping of Shaded Area in a Winegrape Vineyard
Possible Sharpshooter Insect Pest Habitats Mapped from Air & Space | SpaceRef - Your Space Reference, 28 Nov 2001 [cached]
"We're using remotely sensed imagery to map vineyards and other sharpshooter habitats," said Lee Johnson, a California State University, Monterey Bay (CSUMB) research scientist.Johnson is based at NASA's Ames Research Center in California's Silicon Valley and is technical advisor for the effort.The pest often lives in orchards and along riverbanks, ditches and ponds and may threaten adjacent vineyards."The maps will be used to determine the most effective places for agricultural officials to place traps to monitor for the sharpshooter," Johnson said.
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