Atmospheric Sciences & Meteorology Links

Atmospheric Sciences > Links >

Start with:
The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Meteorology - (dead link)
A very well organized and extensive collection of online resources.
By Thomas Ownes, College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, Penn State University

National Climatic Data Center (NCDC)
"NCDC is the world's largest active archive of weather data. NCDC produces numerous climate publications and responds to data requests from all over the world. NCDC operates the World Data Center-A, Meteorology which is collocated at NCDC." Includes Regional Climate Centers & State Climatologists

Continue on with:

Global Hydrology & Climate Cente (GHCC)
"...provides integrated scientific understanding of the Earth system to enable better decisions improving the global quality of life."
Sections include: Research ; Satellite Image ; Weather Forecast ; Links.

  • Lightning & Atmospheric Electricity Research
    "As part of their research activities, the members of this team have been investigating the causes and effects of lightning as well as analyzing a wide variety of atmospheric measurements related to thunderstorms. One of the primary objectives of this group is to determine the relationship between the electrical characteristics of storms and precipitation, convection, and severe weather."

Global Ice-Core Research
"...studies ice that is sometimes thousands of years old to determine what the earth's climate was like in the past. Once information about the past is known, we can apply the knowledge to the present and future."
Water Resources of Idaho, USGS

National Weather Service




Maintained by Mike Madin.
.
Academic Info http://www.academicinfo.net/atmscimeta.html

Online Degree Information

Are you interested in earning a degree online? Browse through our featured online degree programs and courses to discover your online education options. Find associate degrees, bachelor degrees, master degrees and doctoral degrees. Choose among the top accredited online schools, colleges and universities and request more information about your desired program or course.