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Is trend toward evacuating stadiums during thunderstorms smart or an overreaction?
Dr. Jon Nese weighs in with his expert opinion on this security issue.
Meteorologist tackles 'Little House' author
Dr. Fuqing Zhang and his research group develop new system to monitor track and intensity of hurricanes.
Penn State Meteorology alumnus, Paul Dorian, provides detailed forecasts for Mid-Atlantic region
Paul Dorian, meteorologist with The SI Organization, provides detailed forecasts for employee locations in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Heat wave and fasting add to woes of Iraqis
Bill Syrett provides historical data on record high temperatures in Iraq.
Hingham, Massachusetts weather man continues to pursue his dream
Penn State Meterorology students awarded 2011 American Meteorological Society scholarships/fellowships
Four Penn State students awarded American Meteorological Society scholarships/fellowships
Bill Ryan wins Brian Ebright Memorial Award for volunteer service to Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts
Raymond Najjar gives radio interview on tracking, predicting and planning for sea-level rise
Salt marsh sediments help gauge climate-change-involved sea level rise
"One of the largest uncertainties in projecting the impacts of climate change involve predicting the amount and rate of future sea level rise," said Michael E. Mann, professor of meteorology, Penn State. "The societal ramifications are as great as any climate change impact, but...."
Summer Weather Camp at University Park
The weeklong Summer Weather Camp provides students the opportunity to learn hands-on meteorology research and forecasting through the guidance of faculty and staff from Penn State's Department of Meteorology.
Xuyang Ge receives prestigious Visiting Scientist appointment
Congratulations to Dr. Xuyang Ge!
Scripps Climate Researcher to Receive Top Honor from Penn State
Richard Somerville's 50-year career since graduating from Penn State to be recognized
Chuck Pavloski and Chad Bahrmann forge ahead with IT power-saving initiative
Highlights from the Chi Epsilon Pi Spring 2011 Banquet
View the banquet brochure to see all our finest Meteorology student awardees
Daniel Pollak wins first place in PSU Undergraduate Exhibit!
Penn State Meteorology alumnus among the first graduating class of the Air Force ROTC in 1950
PSUBAMS partners with the National Weather Association
Penn State Probing Question - Why do we have Daylight Saving Time?
Explains Jon Nese, a senior lecturer in meteorology at Penn State, "The modern idea of Daylight Saving Time, or DST, was first proposed in the 1890s in two papers published by a New Zealand entomologist, G.V. Hudson, who apparently appreciated the value of after-hours daylight for his insect-collecting habits."
DOE grant joins climate modeling with local, regional empirical data
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