Dr. Jonathan .J. Gourley, NSSL research hydrometeorologist has received a 2013 AMS Editor’s Award for his “insightful, timely and thorough” reviews for the Journal of Hydrometeorology. Congratulations!
Springer has just published a book written by NSSL/CIMMS scientist Valliappa Lakshmanan: “Automating the Analysis of Spatial Grids – A Practical Guide to Data Mining Geospatial Images for Human and…
A team of scientists including NSSL’s Bob Rabin introduced North Slope Alaska Native students from Barrow, Alaska, and other small villages to weather and climate science through two STEM courses recently.
NSSL and NSSL/Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies (CIMMS) researchers donated their time this summer to mentor undergraduate students through research projects. The students were selected through the prestigious NOAA…
Doug Forsyth, Chief of NSSL’s Radar Research and Development Division is retiring at the end of June. We celebrate Doug’s career and his character by reposting this 2008 spotlight story…”Changes in latitudes…Jimmy Buffett goes south, but Doug Forsyth goes north.”
NSSL staff were honored with significant NOAA awards!
A team from NSSL will be NOAA Scientists in Residence at the world-renowned San Francisco Exploratorium science museum from March 8-25, 2012.
NSSL scientist Pam Heinselman will be a guest speaker during NOAA Heritage Week 2012 activities February 3-4 at NOAA headquarters in Silver Spring, Md.
NSSL lost a valued friend and employee last month. We wanted to honor the significant contributions Richard Wahkinney made to NSSL.
The American Meteorological Society (AMS) has announced the election of NSSL’s Don MacGorman to AMS Fellow.