AMS on the Air
A professional storm chaser talks collecting data from severe weather
Dakota talks to three atmospheric scientists with a focus in air quality monitoring and forecasting
What is deep learning, exactly? And what are its possibilities for meteorology?
Using high-performance computing to model supercell thunderstorms, tornados, and downbursts
How do you balance a successful career in meteorology with the many demands of parenthood?
The AMS Policy Program brings us a terrific (and timely) conversation with Kizzy Charles-Guzman and Sarah Johnson about their work on the Cool Neighborhoods NYC project.
Professionals in weather, water, and climate fields share how the move to 100% working remote has impacted their work
Irene, Dakota, and Jeff reflect on their Annual experiences and favorite moments, and we conclude our first-ever AMS on the Air Live miniseries!
In the final interview of our AMS on the Air Live miniseries, AMS President-Elect Michael Farrar looks ahead to his presidency... and the possible themes of his 2022 Annual Meeting.