Using the 2012 Midwest drought as a case study, Princeton researchers attempt to answer this question. The weather in the Midwest United States is known for being dynamic, with temperatures and precipitation amounts that can vary greatly from season to season, and even day by day. This makes forecasting weather in the Midwest more difficult […]
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Rafael Abreu: Starting up a meteorology business Rafael Abreu is a 27-year-old entrepreneur for Oráculo Meteorologia, who provides weather and climate prediction solutions for farmers across Brazil. He is also a PhD student at the University of São Paulo (USP) in Brazil studying the impact of land use change, especially urbanization, in variability of […]
Podcast: Interview with João Hackerott If you are an educated meteorologist, chances are you don’t have much training in how to start or run a small business because business class requirements are non-existent in most meteorology programs. However, there are meteorologists who have managed to grow businesses selling meteorology products and services. One example is […]
Video: What is Entrepreneurial Meteorology & why should you care? If you visited our poster at the American Meteorology Society’s annual meeting last month, you might have heard the term Entrepreneurial Meteorology. If you haven’t heard it, you are probably wondering what the heck it means. Well, wonder no more! This 1 minute video gives […]