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Climatology, Meteorology, Weather

Orange, Australia. NOAA.
Lightning in Orange, Australia. NOAA's National Weather Service (NWS) Collection.

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Can it rain frogs, fish, and other objects? (Everyday Mysteries)

Climate and Weather (Selected Internet Resources)

Climate and Wildfires in the 21st Century - Dr. Douglas Morton is a forest carbon scientist. He speaks about satellite data and climate models that have projected drier conditions and an increase in of extreme events, likely leading to more fire activity across the United States in coming decades. (Webcast)

"Climate Change Policy: Updates," a talk by Dr. Peter C. Frumhoff, Ph.D., Union of Concerned Scientists (Webcast)

Cold Regions Bibliography (Biographies)

"Finding Hot Towers in Hurricanes," a talk by Owen Kelley, research scientist at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (Webcast)

Earth's Water Cycle and Climate Change: Reading List (Science Reference Guide)

"Earth’s Water Cycle in a Changing Climate," a presentation by Peter Hildebrand, chief of the Hydrospheric and Biospheric Sciences Laboratory at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (Webcast)

Global Warming & Climate Change (Science Tracer Bullet)

“Honey Bees, Satellites, and Climate Change,” a presentation by Wayne Esaias, Ocean Sciences Branch, NASA GSFC (Webcast)

Hurricane Isabel -- Information Links (Hot Topics)

Natural Disasters: A Guide to Selected Resources (Science Reference Guide)

"On Thin Ice: The Changing Ice Cover on Polar Oceans," a presentation by Thorsten Markus, Head of the Cryospheric Sciences Branch at NASA Goddard (Webcast)

"Peering Into the Storm: NASA's Exploration of Hurricanes," a presentation by Dr. Scott A. Braun, research meteorologist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md (Webcast)

Snow: Flakes and Crystals (Science Reference Guide)

Weather and Climate Data (Science Reference Guide)

"Weather forecasting," a presentation by Bob Ryan, the Chief Meteorologist at NBC4 since 1980 (Webcast)

What is the origin of the phrase “it’s raining cats and dogs?” (Everyday Mysteries)

"Who Left the Freezer Door Open? What the Poles Are Telling Us about Climate Change," a presentation by Bob Bindschadler, Chief Scientist, Hydrospheric and Biospheric Sciences Laboratory, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) (Webcast)

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