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Fogt: Extraordinary Antarctic Weather May Have Influenced Early 20th Century Race to South Pole

Dr. Ryan Fogt

From the American Geophysical Union WASHINGTON D.C. — New reconstructions of past atmospheric pressures over Antarctica show much of the continent experienced unusually high pressures during portions of the early and middle 20th century. Those high pressures were associated with warm weather that may have significantly impacted the race to […]

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October 11, 2017 at 4:14 pmResearch

Meteorology Club Named Top Chapter by American Meteorological Society

OUCAMS officers and chairs for 2014-15: Kelsey Britt, Ashley Maupin, Megan Jones, Jackie Fain, Chad Goergens, Morgan Wentling, Alex J. Vorst, Sarah Lemelin.

The Ohio University Chapter of the American Meteorological Society was named “Outstanding Student Chapter of the Year” by the American Meteorological Society. This award is given annually to the top student chapter that excels in education, outreach, and community service. The citation the OHIO meteorology club reads: “For its commitment to […]

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October 14, 2015 at 9:51 amNews

Public Invited to Symposium on Tornadoes, Hurricanes, Weather Forecasting, March 21

Ari Sarsalari of the Weather Channel

Tornadoes, hurricanes, and long-range weather forecasting are on the agenda at Ohio University’s sixth annual Meteorological Symposium on Saturday, March 21, from noon to 5 p.m. in Walter 235. The speakers are from the Weather Channel, AccuWeather, FEMA, the National Weather Service and more. This event is free and open […]

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March 21, 2015 at 7:00 pmEvents

Fifth-Graders Come to See How Weather Works

Fifth-Graders Come to See How Weather Works

By Jill Wallenhorst from Compass Students in the fifth-grade class at Nelsonville-York Elementary School stood within feet of a tornado in the heart of Athens, but they weren’t scared. In fact, they loved it. The students weren’t storm chasing. They were on field trip to Ohio University’s Scalia Laboratory for […]

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October 31, 2013 at 10:41 amNews