Workshops & Webinars

Our webinars are designed for broadcast meteorologists so they can keep up to date on the current state of climate science. They are free and count 0.25 points toward AMS/CBM recertification.

Workshops

2017 AMS Broadcast Conference Short Course

Communicating the Costs of Climate Change: Weather, Health, and Economic Impacts: Kansas City 2017

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2016 National Weather Association Workshop

Broadcast Met Excellence: Extreme Weather, Changing Climate. Norfolk: September 2016

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2016 AMS Broadcast Conference Short Course

New Challenges: Excellence in Broadcast Meteorology in a Changing Climate; Austin, June 2016

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Climate Matters Workshop at NCAR/UCAR

Weather and Climate Broadcasting: Boulder, CO, March 2016

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2015 National Weather Association Workshop

Weather and Climate Change: Pieces of the Same Puzzle: Oklahoma City, October 2015

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2015 AMS Broadcast Conference Short Course

Weather & Climate In Times Of Change: Raleigh, June 2015

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2014 National Weather Association Meeting

Weather and Climate Change: Salt Lake City, October 2014

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Climate Summit

New York City, September 2014

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2013 AMS Broadcast Conference Short Course

Weird(er) Weather and a Changing Climate: Piecing Together the Puzzle

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Webinars

Climate Change and Extreme Weather

Featuring Radley Horton, Associate Research Professor, Columbia University: May 2018

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Inside the NOAA Global Temperature Analyses

Featuring Deke Arndt, Chief, Monitoring Branch, NOAA NCEI: February 2018

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Climate Change: Visible in Nature

Featuring Andrew Thaler, Oceanographer and CEO of Blackbeard Biologic: November 2017

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Inside Climate Models

Featuring Andrew Gettleman, Senior Scientist, National Center for Atmospheric Research: October 2017

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Climate Change and Health

Featuring Jonathan Patz, Director, Global Health Institute, University of Wisconsin: May 2017

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Extreme Precipitation Trends

Featuring Ken Kunkel, Cooperative Institute for Climate and Satellites, NC State, NOAA/NCEI: April 2017

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Weather, Renewables, and the Electric Grid

Featuring Travis Hartman, Meteorologist and Senior Director, MDA Information Services: March 2017

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What Your Viewers Think About Climate Change

Featuring Anthony Leiserowitz, Director of the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication: January 2017

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The Influence of Arctic Warming on the Jet Stream

Featuring Dr. Elizabeth Barnes, Assistant Professor from the Colorado State University Department of Atmospheric Science: September 2016

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Sea Level Rise: What It’s Already Done and Where It’s Headed

Featuring Dr. Ben Strauss, Climate Central Vice President for Sea Level and Climate Impacts: June 2016

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Learning from the Climate Changes in Past Centuries

Featuring Michael Mann, Director of the Penn State Earth System Science Center: April 2016

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El Niño and Climate Change

Featuring Tom Di Liberto from NOAA's Climate Prediction Center: January 2016

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Meteorological Memories: Top Weather Events of 2015

Featuring Greg Carbin, Warning Coordination Meteorologist, NOAA Storm Prediction Center: December 2015

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Extreme Event Attribution Science

Featuring Heidi Cullen, Chief Scientist at Climate Central and Fredi Otto, Senior Researcher and Scientific Coordinator at University of Oxford: November 2015

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All Things Climate Models

Featuring Keith Dixon, Climate Research Scientist at NOAA's Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (GFDL): July 2015

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Tropical Cyclones and Climate Change

Featuring Thomas Knutson, Research Meteorologist at NOAA's Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (GFDL): June 2015

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A Brief History of Climate Change Science (1800-2015)

Featuring Richard C. J. Somerville, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego: April 2015

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The Decoder: A Key to Unlocking the Mysteries of the Southern Ocean

The ocean around Antarctica plays a key role in the global climate picture: March 2015

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Atmospheric CO2 Levels Keep Climbing: A Retrospective Look at the Keeling Curve

Featuring Pieter Tans, NOAA Senior Scientist for Climate Monitoring & Diagnostics: February 2015

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A Deep Dive into the California Drought: NASA’s View from Above

NASA Scientists Matthew Rodell and Jay Famiglietti discuss the California Drought as seen by NASA's GRACE satellites: January 2015

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2014 Review of Significant Weather Events

Featuring Greg Carbin, Warning Coordination Meteorologist, Storm Prediction Center: November 2014

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Understanding the Southern Ocean: A Discussion with SOCCOM Scientists

A live discussion with the lead scientists and researchers behind the NSF-funded SOCCOM Southern Ocean research project: November 2014

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U.S. Winter Outlook, 2014-2015

Michael Halpert, Deputy Director of the Climate Prediction Center joins us to talk about winter weather and the climate patterns that can influence it: October 2014

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Climate Change at the Poles

With Dr. James White, Director of the Institute of Arctic and Antarctic Research and professor at the University of Colorado: September 2014

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Western Wildfires

Trends, impacts and the climate connection with Dr. Alyson Kenward, Climate Central and Max Mortiz, UC Berkley: August 2014

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Hurricane Variability

Dr. Kerry Emanuel, a prominent hurricane researcher and professor of Atmospheric Science at MIT, talks hurricanes: May 2014

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El Estado del Clima del 2014

Featuring Ahira Sánchez-Lugo, National Centers for Environmental Information (formerly National Climatic Data Center): May 2014

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Severe Weather & Climate Change

With Harold Brooks, a tornado expert at the National Severe Storms Laboratory in Norman, Okla.: April 2014

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U.S. Winter Outlook, 2013-2014

Michael Halpert, Deputy Director of the Climate Prediction Center joins us to talk about winter weather and the climate patterns that can influence it: December 2013

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Climate 101

Featuring climate scientist Deke Arndt, Chief at NCDC's Climate Monitoring Branch: October 2013

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