WPSU's Patty Satalia and Charlie Hosler at the 2016 Wilson Banquet at the Nittany Lion Inn.
“Hurricane Alex defied the traditional storm season,” said Jenni Evans, a Penn State meteorology professor and associate in the Earth and Environmental Systems Institute.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Whether or not a coastal city floods during a hurricane depends on the storm, tide and sea level, and now a team of climate scientists show that the risk of New York City flooding has increased dramatically during the industrial era as a result of human-caused climate change.
Equipped with a gray box, a map and an SUV, Thomas Lauvaux and a team from Penn State's Department of Meteorology has been at it for hours How much comes from natural gas drilling?
Penn State will lead a five-year, $30 million mission to improve quantification of present-day carbon-related greenhouse gas sources and sinks.
Scientists have a good understanding of how air pollution impacts human health and the terrestrial biosphere, but what impact does air pollution have on oceans?
Fuqing Zhang and Erin Munsell real time hurricane prediction
Cameras for ABC World News with Diane Sawyer spent part of THON weekend following the “electric smile” of 13-year old Brittany Wagner, the Penn State water polo team’s THON child, for a segment to air tonight at 6:30 p.m. on ABC, THON Fundraising Chair for the water polo team Allison Lederer said.
It has just been announced that Professor Marcelo Chamecki has received funding from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to investigate the influences of aerosols on rainfall in the Amazonia region.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- A graduate of meteorology and his wife recently pledged $250,000 to the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences’ Department of Meteorology to support faculty contributions to teaching, research and public service.
"Insects detect odor with olfactory receptors located on their antennae," said Jose D. Fuentes, professor of meteorology, Penn State. "These receptors sense plant-emitted volatile organic compounds in very small amounts -- as low as six molecules hitting an antenna."
Water management in the Florida Everglades is the focus of a National Science Foundation grant awarded to Jose Fuentes, professor of meteorology.
December 07, 2012
Dr. Yvette Richardson has been elected to the Council of The American Meteorological Society.