Atmospheric Scientists

Atmospheric scientists study the weather and climate, and how those conditions affect human activity and the earth in general. They may develop forecasts, collect and compile data from the field, assist in the development of new data collection instruments, or advise clients on risks or opportunities caused by weather events and climate change. Source


Permanent Representative of CAR to WMO
Penn State University; Formerly U.S. Navy
The Weather Company, an IBM Business
Ph.D. Student & National Science Foundation Fellow
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

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