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  1. El Niño and the link between oceans, atmosphere and weather
  2. Spatio-temporal Outlier Detection in Precipitation Data
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  4. Kundrecensioner

Hopkins and Douglas E.

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He was a college professor of Meteorology at Lyndon State College where he helped establish a successful program that grew from 37 to students during his 6 years there. Among his many accomplishments there, he inaugurated the Northeast Storm Conference, now in its 41st year and helped establish campus based and private forecast services and an AFROTC program.

He has authored a resource guide on El Nino and La Nina and authored and presented a number of papers on advanced applications enabled by new technologies on how research into ENSO and other atmospheric and oceanic phenomena has made skillful seasonal forecasts possible.

Supreme Court. Joe spent three years completing doctoral coursework in Air Resources at NYU but the school of Engineering and Science closed its doors before Joe could write his dissertation. Joe was awarded an honorary doctorate for his pioneer work in weather forecasting, success in starting a successful program at Lyndon strong for over 40 years in synoptic meteorology and broadcasting and success as co-founder and first Director of Meteorology at The Weather Channel.