Rolan d J. Boucher Washington Observatory, the Blue Hill Meteorological 1913-1995 Observatory, and the U.S. Air Force at the Air Force Cambridge Research Laboratory. Boucher published Roland J. Boucher, a pioneer in weather research, numerous technical papers and journal articles on his long-tim e radio and television meteorologist, findings. outdoorsman, and naturalist, died on 21 April 1995 in He was an accomplished photographer of weather Boston, Massachusetts. phenomena and had his work published in Time Maga- Boucher was perhaps best known as one of the first zine, weather textbooks, and encyclopedias. AMS certified me- In 1986 he retired to Underhill Center, Vermont, teorologists on Bos- with his home at the foot of Mt. Mansfield, where he ton television, where was active with mountaineering and cross-country he could be seen skiing groups. As a member of the Appalachian Moun- nightly at on Chan- tain Club he climbed all of New England's mountains nel?. He was also a in summer and winter. In addition, he maintained fixture on the radio hiking trails on Mount Mansfield with the Green Moun- dial where his daily tain Club and was a member of the Old Goats, a group forecast could be of active septuagenarians
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jun 1, 1995
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