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necrologies Curri e S. Downie lished policy for USAF's then 14 000 scientists and 1922-1994 engineers. In 1970, as research scientist, Downie joined the Currie Downie, a member of AMS for 47 years, a civilian National Science Foundation, where he was weather forecaster, an atmospheric scientist, and a responsible for the management oversight of the manager for meteorological research, died 21 May National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, 1994 in Mount Vernon, Colorado. There, he also continued with his studies in Virginia. His military air pollution problems of the electrical utilities as well and civilian careers, 28 as with the environmental impacting by proposed and 24 years, respec- jetport sites. But his main accomplishment had to do tively, were wide rang- with improving the processes for retrieving and dis- ing, yet made one by seminating federal scientific and technical informa- his lifelong focus on the tion. physics of atmospheric Downie is survived by his wife, Jesse H. Downie; a water substance. Be- daughter, Linda Downie Hemm; a son, Col. Michael H. tween 1953 and 1974, Downie, USAF; and a brother, Frank Downie. Currie he published ^techni - was buried in the Arlington National Cemetery. cal and scientific ar- —Robert C. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Curri e S. Downie lished policy for USAF's then 14 000 scientists and 1922-1994 engineers. In 1970, as research scientist, Downie joined the Currie Downie, a member of AMS for 47 years, a civilian National Science Foundation, where he was weather forecaster, an atmospheric scientist, and a responsible for the management oversight of the manager for meteorological research, died 21 May National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, 1994 in Mount Vernon, Colorado. There, he also continued with his studies in Virginia. His military air pollution problems of the electrical utilities as well and civilian careers, 28 as with the environmental impacting by proposed and 24 years, respec- jetport sites. But his main accomplishment had to do tively, were wide rang- with improving the processes for retrieving and dis- ing, yet made one by seminating federal scientific and technical informa- his lifelong focus on the tion. physics of atmospheric Downie is survived by his wife, Jesse H. Downie; a water substance. Be- daughter, Linda Downie Hemm; a son, Col. Michael H. tween 1953 and 1974, Downie, USAF; and a brother, Frank Downie. Currie he published ^techni - was buried in the Arlington National Cemetery. cal and scientific ar- —Robert C.

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: May 1, 1995

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