Meteorology Since the 1960s
Lance Bosart, a meteorologist at the University of Albany, has been studying an array of weather and atmospheric processes since the 1960s. His research has been instrumental in improving weather predictions for extreme events, and he is fascinated by the events, such as floods and snows, that at times evade prediction by meteorologists. In this Q&A, I spoke with Bosart about the tools that have come on the scene since the 1960s, and how the field of meteorology has changed and progressed over that time.
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