AMS on the Air

AMS on the Air


Latest Episodes

Episode 14: The Emerging Area of Seasonal Prediction
September 03, 2019

Weather and Forecasting Chief Editor Gary Lackmann, handling editor Brian Ancell, and author Benjamin Kirtman discuss the emerging area of seasonal prediction and share a behind-the-scenes look at Weather and Forecasting's peer review process

Episode 13: You Have to Know what the Weather's Going to Be if You're Shipping Chocolate with Stephen Bennett
August 20, 2019

Stephen Bennett from Riskpulse discusses the courses that will prepare today's meteorology students for careers in the private sector

Episode 12: Beating the Heat with Ollie Jay
August 06, 2019

We take a fascinating deep dive into the science behind sweating, blood flow, and other ways the human body responds to extreme temperatures

Episode 11: Machine Learning in Meteorology with Paul Roebber
July 16, 2019

Paul Roebber (University of Wisconsin−Milwaukee) shares his research on applying artificial intelligence to meteorological problems

Episode 10: The Extratropical Transition of Tropical Cyclones with Dave Schultz, Clark Evans, Kimberly Wood, and Julia Keller
June 18, 2019

Monthly Weather Review Chief Editor Dave Schultz and authors Clark Evans, Kimberly Wood, and Julia Keller discuss their two-part review article and peer review experience

Episode 9: Hope is Not a Plan with Kevin Kloesel
May 28, 2019

Dr. Kevin Kloesel discusses his work on weather safety, including at sporting events

Episode 8: Using Drones to Image Tornado Damage with Melissa Wagner and Robert Doe
April 30, 2019

Melissa Wagner and Robert Doe discuss creating high-resolution 3D models of tornado damage with UAVs

Episode 7: Chasing the World's Most Intense Thunderstorms with Kristen Rasmussen
April 16, 2019

Kristen Rasmussen talks about the challenges and triumphs of leading the RELAMPAGO field campaign in Argentina this past winter

Episode 6: Women's Voices with Alexandra Cranford
March 26, 2019

AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist Alexandra Cranford joins us for an in-depth discussion about her findings from her BAMS article Women Weathercasters: Their Positions, Education, and Presence in Local TV

Episode 5: You Have to Respect People's Dignity with Ada Monzón
March 05, 2019

Multi-award-winning broadcast meteorologist Ada Monzón talks about her life-saving and personal reporting during the events of Hurricanes Irma and Maria