Harris B. Stewart The Department of Commerce created a new 1922-200 0 agency in 1965, the Environmental Science Services Administration (ESS A, forerunner of NOAA), formed primarily by merging the functions of the U.S. Coast Harris B. Stewart and Geodetic Survey and the Weather Bureau. Stewart Jr., AOML's much became director of ESS A' s new Institute of Oceanog- beloved founder raphy. When ESS A announced its intention to build a and first director, multimillion dollar oceanographic research laboratory died on 25 April 2000 at his home in and ship base along the eastern seaboard in late 1965, Naples, Florida. He Stewart was appointed chairman of its site evaluation was 77 years old. committee. From 1966 to 1967, Stewart and commit- Stewart, or "Stew" tee visited 115 sites from Maine to the Virgin Islands. as many called him, With ESSA's announcement that Virginia Key-Dodge leaves behind a re- Island had been chosen as the new home for its oceano- markable career in graphic lab in 1967, he moved to Miami, Florida. Over marine science that 100 marine scientists and researchers relocated to spanned more than 40 years and a multitude of caring Miami with Stewart, director of the new
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