Tales from the road… AGU Fall Meeting

CycloneCenter.org was presented for the first time today at a major scientific meeting. This was the Fall Meeting for the American Geophysical Union (AGU), a gathering of over 20,000 scientists in San Francisco. The talk was in a session devoted to research by Citizen Scientists like you!

286645_471878492864322_1548046956_oA lot of other scientists were excited about the potential this Cyclone Center has. Together we’ll be able to answer some important questions about the climatology of tropical cyclones. And along the way, we get to interact with you! We also got some great suggestions on how we, the Science Team, can make it easier for you to interact with us. So keep a lookout for some big things we’ll be trying in the coming weeks!

Thank you for all your hard work on Cyclone Center and keep it up!

http://www.cyclonecenter.org

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About Carl Schreck

I am a research meteorologist at the Cooperative Institute for Climate and Satellites (CICS-NC). I explore tropical weather patterns to better understand and predict how hurricanes and other tropical cyclones form. My fascination with hurricanes began when Hurricane Fran struck my hometown of Raleigh, NC in 1996.

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