Homestead commemorates 30th Anniversary of Hurricane Andrew

On August 27, 2022, the City of Homestead in conjunction with the Cybrarium and Town Hall Museum will host a commemoration of the 30th Anniversary of Hurricane Andrew. The Category 5 hurricane had profound effects on Homestead, the Air Force Base, and the people of southern Miami-Dade County. AOML's Hurricane Research Division will participate in … Continue reading Homestead commemorates 30th Anniversary of Hurricane Andrew

Frank Marks participates in WeatherBrains podcast – 8 August 2022

HRD director Frank Marks participated in WeatherBrains podcast 864 to discuss the Lakeland High School Weather Club's impact on the field of meteorology in the U.S.. In October 1967, Weatherwise magazine ran an article entitled, “Meteorology at Lakeland High School,” about an advanced high school Weather Club, and in January 2022 Weatherwise provided a 55 year … Continue reading Frank Marks participates in WeatherBrains podcast – 8 August 2022

Frank Marks participates in University of Miami Hurricane Academy – 14 July 2022

HRD director Frank Marks gave a presentation on "Hurricane Research at NOAA" at the University of Miami Hurricane Academy. The Academies provide immersive academic programs open to students who are currently in grade 9, 10, or 11 (rising sophomores, juniors and seniors).  A copy of the presentation is available here.

HRD participates in the 2022 Eye of the Storm outreach event at Ft. Lauderdale’s Museum of Discovery & Science.

On Saturday, May 14th, AOML's Hurricane Research Division participated in the 2022 Eye of the Storm outreach event at Ft. Lauderdale's Museum of Discovery & Science. HRD scientists answered questions about flying into hurricanes and how the data get into the computer models to improve the forecast. National Weather Service/National Hurricane Center table talked about … Continue reading HRD participates in the 2022 Eye of the Storm outreach event at Ft. Lauderdale’s Museum of Discovery & Science.

Heather Holbach participates in FAMU 10th Biennial NOAA EPP/MSI Education and Science Forum

Hundreds of undergraduate and graduate student scientists recently gathered at Florida A&M University (FAMU) in Tallahassee for the 10th Biennial National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Educational Partnership Program with Minority-Serving Institutions (EPP/MSI) Education and Science Forum. The EPP/MSI Program is NOAA’s largest investment in post-secondary education and future workforce development with thousands of students … Continue reading Heather Holbach participates in FAMU 10th Biennial NOAA EPP/MSI Education and Science Forum

HRD’s Lisa Bucci featured for NOAA Research Women’s History Month

Lisa Bucci at the dropsonde launching station aboard the NOAA P3 hurricane aircraft The Hurricane Research Division's Lisa Bucci was featured in a profile on NOAA Research 's "Meet Our Scientists". Read the profile here... https://research.noaa.gov/News/Scientist-Profile/ArtMID/536/ArticleID/2842/Flying-into-hurricanes-with-Lisa-Bucci

AOML holds virtual open house

AOML recently hosted a series of webinars about what AOML does and how it contributes to scientific advancement across the globe. You can catch Jon Zawislak, Rob Rogers, Joe Cione, and Shirley Murillo talking about hurricanes, or listen in on recordings of panels on coasts and coral reefs, and ocean research, and even a panel … Continue reading AOML holds virtual open house

Dr. Paul Reasor participates in AMS Radar Committee Webinar on Careers in Radar Meteorology – 31 March 2021

The American Meteorological Society (AMS) Committee on Radar Meteorology hosted a webinar on 31 March 2021, where a panel of five scientists from various sectors of the atmospheric sciences reflected on their careers thus far, and how radar has been a foundational part of their journey. Participants learned about a variety of career opportunities while … Continue reading Dr. Paul Reasor participates in AMS Radar Committee Webinar on Careers in Radar Meteorology – 31 March 2021

Learn about the Hurricane Field Program with Kelly Ryan

During the typical Atlantic hurricane season from June 1 to November 30, NOAA aircraft collect crucial observations to improve the understanding and prediction of these massive cyclonic storms. Scientists at NOAA’s Hurricane Research Division in Miami Florida, fly into the heart of powerful storms to try and answer hypotheses prevalent in hurricane research, and support … Continue reading Learn about the Hurricane Field Program with Kelly Ryan