In the News

2010

Forbes | December 27, 2010

Insights and reactions on winter season forecast in NY Times Op Ed by Cohen.

New York Times | December 27, 2010

By Andrew C. Revkin in DotEarth blog. Round up of reactions to Cohen’s thesis by other climate scientists.

New York Times | December 26, 2010

New York Times Op Ed by Judah Cohen, director of seasonal forecasting at Atmospheric and Environmental Research

Barron's | December 4, 2010

AER’s winter outlook forecasts colder than National Weather Service and others; economic impact highlighted in Robin Goldwyn Blumenthal’s column.

CNBC Squawk Box | November 23, 2010

Correlation between weather patterns and holiday retail sales

CNBC Squawk Box | September 3, 2010

Business impacts of Hurricane Earl, the first land-falling hurricane of 2010 to impact North Carolina and threaten New England, plus the remainder of the 2010 hurricane season.

CNBC Squawk Box | September 3, 2010

Business impacts of Hurricane Earl, the first land-falling hurricane of 2010 to impact North Carolina and threaten New England, plus the remainder of the 2010 hurricane season.

Perspectives from America | September 1, 2010

How weather analytics make global underwriting more predictable

Perspectives from America | August 1, 2010

By Kyle Beatty, CCM, managing director of business solutions, Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER)

KeloLand | July 27, 2010
Mass High Tech | July 21, 2010

With a hurricane making its way towards the BP Oil spill, scientific research of AER's scientists are developing an algorithm to govern weather predictions across the U.S. depicting how the smallest change in temperature and humidity can change the course of a Hurricane.

Bloomberg Businessweek | June 6, 2010

BlackRock Energy & Resources Fund manager relies on AER’s weather forecasts to gauge heating demand that moves the oil and coal markets...commissioned Atmospheric & Environmental Research (AER), a Lexington (Mass.) consultancy to synthesize the climate literature.”

CNBC Squawk Box | June 1, 2010

Hurricane season has officially started, and experts expect it to be the worst since 2005.

Fox Business | May 12, 2010
Time | January 22, 2010

“The second study, presented at a conference of the American Meteorological Society in Atlanta, says that whether or not the nature of hurricanes changes, the property damage they wreak in the U.S. will rise an average 20% over the next two decades because of the rising sea level caused by global warming.”
 

2009

Barron's | November 23, 2009

Atmospheric and Environmental Research was mentioned in Barron's: The Dow Jones Business and Financial Weekly on Christmas time shopping and the effects of weather on Business.

2007

В МИРЕ НАУКИ (Scientific American Russian) | November 13, 2007

Можно ли бороться с ураганами и другими мощными тропическими циклонами?

The Telegraph (UK Publication) | October 21, 2007

The research conducted by Ross Hoffman about redirecting Hurricanes is still being run through computer scenrios at Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER) highlighted in  this article.

Newsweek | June 8, 2007

Atmospheric and Environmental Reasearch's theory of Siberian snow cover, versus Britain's Mereorological Office's theory based of sea-surface temperatures in the Atlantic. "Let the best crystal ball win."