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The space agreement … outlines plans for cooperation in fields such as meteorology, study of the natural environment, planetary exploration and space biology.

In graduate school he investigated the use of math in meteorology and atmospheric dynamics.

Jana Houser, an associate professor of meteorology at the University of Ohio, says that there are a number of variables that make it harder to connect tornadoes to climate.

They were initially an old-school weather coverage team that has become really dynamic in social spaces and jumping on weather news and trends and providing the science and meteorology behind that.

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One of them, Leila Carvalho, is a professor of meteorology and climate sciences at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Neubauer was stationed at Keesler for weather training, a military field that is the rough equivalent of meteorology.

Melissa Fares talks to the two guys behind Weather Puppy and Weather Kitty, apps giving meteorology a new, viral spin.

A feature of meteorology which is often overlooked is its economic value.

Sally was denouncing meteorology as imposture when the returning bather produced the effect recorded.

He had developed what I regarded as an innocent intellectual recreation which he called stock-market meteorology.

For astronomy in those days seems to have ranked as a minor science, like mineralogy or meteorology now.

But take some other science still barely developed: meteorology, for instance.


On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to meteorology, such as: weather forecasting, aerology, and climatology.

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