Oral history interview with Robert Edward Munn, 1983 September 28.

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Oral history interview with Robert Edward Munn, 1983 September 28.

Munn discusses his education and accomplishments in the study of micrometeorology, air pollution, and long range transport and his involvement in preparing environmental impact assessments. He talks about his active career as operational forecaster, writer, founder of the SCOPE Center, and assistant secretary of IAMAP (International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics). Those influential in his career include Harold Baynton, Bert Bolin, Warren Godson, Henning Rhodhe, and Thomas Malone.

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