Rober t A. McCormick Weather Bureau group assigned there. In the late 1915-1994 1960s, when the national responsibility for the control of air pollution was given to the EPA, this group was Robert (Bob) McCormick, a Fellow of the AMS, died transferred to North Carolina. Leading an expanded 3 May 1994 in Bloomington, Indiana. program at the EPA facilities in Research Triangle At the time of his retirement in January 1973, he Park, he played a major role in showing how meteorol- was the director of the National Oceanic and Atmo- ogy could be used in the control of air pollution in the spheric Administration (NOAA) air pollution meteoro- atmosphere. logical program serving the U.S. Environmental Pro- McCormick's influence was truly worldwide. He tection Agency (EPA) at an office in Research Triangle made five working trips each to England and France, Park, North Carolina. two each to Germany and Sweden, and other trips to McCormick was born 2 March 1915 in Indianapolis, Norway, Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, Fin- Indiana. His career started in October 1940 as a land, Japan, Israel, Greece, Italy, and Switzerland. He weather observer in Evansville, Indiana. He was trans- was chairman of the Executive Committee's
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Published: Aug 1, 1994
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