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Meteorology: Websites

Using Websites

Websites can be a powerful way to research current developments in your subject, from seeing the websites of current researchers (and their topics of research) to videos that explain how to solve problems (both ethical and mathematical).  Check the box below for examples of different websites that might help you research.

Keep in mind that you'll want to evaluate all information you find carefully.  Need help figuring out how to separate the good from the bad?  Check out our guide to Source Evaluation.

Learning and Research

American Meteorological Society Weather Resources
Resources selected by the nation’s premier scientific and professional organization promoting and disseminating information about the atmospheric, oceanic, and hydrologic sciences.
American Geosciences Institute: For students and educators
Data, career info, "Critical issues" related to climate, energy, natural hazards as well.
Weather Underground
Forecast and weather data collected from over 100,000 member personal weather stations, located in homes, schools, and other locations around the country. Weather enthusiasts still blog regularly about local, regional, and global weather and climate related issues. 
EPA's Guide to Natural Disasters
The EPA lists both homeowner and EPA responses to different types of natural disasters. 

Data Sources

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