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    Supporting Disaster Risk Reduction to Build Resilient Countries

Supporting Disaster Risk Reduction to Build Resilient Countries

Supporting Disaster Risk Reduction to Build Resilient Countries
By Erin Housley

As occupants of this beautiful earth, we are all impacted by extreme environmental conditions. Violent weather can be blamed for $200B in economic losses and more than 650,000 lives lost […]

June 22nd, 2015|Blog|

Private sector scientist spotted at WMO Congress!

Private sector scientist spotted at WMO Congress!
By: Dr. Scott Jensen

Attending the WMO Congress was a great experience in meeting so many leaders from national meteorological organizations from so many countries.  We all live on the same planet, and breath […]

June 10th, 2015|Blog|

The Three Most Controversial Words, “Global Climate Change”

The three most controversial words, “global climate change”
Bill Baker
4/16/2015

Global warming, global climate change, and disruptive weather believe it or not are responsible for something very good: Debate and Questions!

No matter which side of the debate you are on we […]

June 8th, 2015|Blog|

Alan E. Hall

At age 18, Alan E. Hall experienced a life-jolting tragedy. A recent high school graduate, he and his 14-year-old brother, Randy, had set off with a group of scouts and their leaders to see the Colorado River before the […]

June 2nd, 2015|Blog|

Weather Like You’ve Never Seen

The Sounding and Tracking Observatory for Regional Meteorology (STORM™) represents an approach to weather data collection via satellite which has been sought after and vetted by the world meteorological community for decades.

There are a number of parameters which drive […]

March 29th, 2014|Blog|