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Corn Harvest Update

By Eric Hunt
October 17, 2018

Eric Hunt | October 17, 2018 AG Blog: Corn Harvest Update

Flooding adds to the woes from Hurricane Michael

By John Galantowicz
October 12, 2018

Dr John Galantowicz | October 12, 2018 Flooding adds to the woes from Hurricane Michael

Cloud Native Research to Operations at AER

By Ethan Fahy
September 28, 2018

AER's methods and strategies for transitioning scientific research to cloud-native operational capabilities on AWS

AER Maps Flooding from Hurricane Florence

By John Galantowicz
September 21, 2018

Dr John Galantowicz | September 21, 2018 AER Maps Flooding from Hurricane Florence

September Corn Forecasts: An historic view

By Eric Hunt
September 12, 2018

Eric Hunt | September 12, 2018 AG Blog Update: September Corn Forecasts: An historic view

Agro-Climate update

By Eric Hunt
August 24, 2018

Eric Hunt | August 23, 2018 AG Blog Update: Monitoring vegetation stress with the Evaporative Stress Index

August Corn Forecast

By Eric Hunt
August 3, 2018

Eric Hunt | August 3, 2018 We are pleased to announce the release of AER’s first ever August Corn Yield Forecast.

AER Assists World Bank in Determining Impacts of Soot on Himalayan Glaciers

By Matt Alvarado
July 9, 2018

AER Assists World Bank in Determining Impacts of Soot on Himalayan Glaciers

Flash Droughts

By Eric Hunt
June 11, 2018

In a new research article published in the Bulletin of American Meteorological Society, AER helped to define the proper meaning and use of the term flash drought. Given the increasing use of the term flash drought by the media and scientific community, the authors felt it was prudent to develop a consistent definition that can be used to identify these events and to understand their salient characteristics.

A message from AER president Dr. Guy Seeley about our new logo

By Guy Seeley
May 11, 2018

More than 40 years ago, Dr. Nien Dak Sze and his wife, Cecilia, founded Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER) to help governments and businesses better understand environmental risks and transform leading-edge science into new products and services. Today, our vision is the same, but our scope is wider. This November, we’ll mark the tenth anniversary of our acquisition by ISO, the predecessor company of Verisk Analytics. As we celebrate this significant milestone, we’re refreshing our logo to reflect our vision and our commitment to you, our customers. I’d like to share my thoughts on why we’re updating our logo and what it means to you.