Title: Dust lofting at perihelion on the South Pole of Mars
by: Courtney Batterson
Title: The Relationship of Tropical Cyclone Genesis and Aerosols in the Eastern Atlantic Ocean Basin
by: Mohin Patel
Title: Aerosol indirect effect on cirrus clouds using global aircraft observations
by: Ryan Patnaude
Title: Satellite Remote Sensing of Aerosols
by Dr. Meloe Kacenelenbogen
SJSU Fire Weather Research Laboratory featured in: "It’s night and day: New radar allows scientists to peer inside California wildfires like never before"
Welcome to the Department of Meteorology & Climate Science, the only one in the entire CSU. We provide students with an in-depth knowledge of the atmosphere and we prepare them for careers in the atmospheric sciences. We have a newer emphasis on Climate Science. Meteorology faculty maintain active research programs that benefit the science community and enhance our students learning environment.
What is a Meteorologist!
We work with weather and climate! Measuring it, forecasting it, studying it! This link to the Federal Bureau of Labor Statistics shows you what we do, how much we are paid, and job growth outlook. Did you know "Employment of atmospheric scientists, including meteorologists, is projected to grow 12 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations."?