necrologies Amos Eddy logical Service from 1950 to 1961 he completed his 1928-2000 Ph.D. in meteorology at McGill University in 1963. Eddy served on the meteorology faculty at the Uni- Amos Eddy, 72, passed away on 5 August 2000. At versity of Texas from 1963 through the spring of 1968. the time of his retirement in 1988, Eddy was an Okla- He joined the University of Oklahoma's Department homa state climatologist, director of the Oklahoma of Meteorology in 1968, serving as chairman from Climatological Survey, professor of meteorology, and September 1968 through January 1971, afterward re- professor of environmental design at the University of maining on faculty until his retirement in 1988. After Oklahoma. Eddy enjoyed a long career in weather and the National Weather Service ended its state climatolo- climate, gaining an international reputation as an in- gist program in 1973, Eddy was among the early ad- novative and forthright scientist. His particular inter- vocates for the states themselves to establish local est lay in the incorporation of weather and climate programs to provide climatological services. His ef- forts led to his own appointment as Oklahoma state information with theory and practice from other disci- climatologist and the
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