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Hurricane Ian--Verisk AER GOES East Meteorological Satellite data in review

By Ryan Aschbrenner
November 17, 2022

Verisk AER Advanced Science and Technology Post | November 17, 2022

Real Time Wildfire Monitoring Using Geostationary Satellite Technology

By Ryan Aschbrenner
November 14, 2022

Verisk AER Advanced Science and Technology Post | November 14, 2022

Rainfall from Hurricane Ian floods Florida

By John Galantowicz
October 28, 2022

Hurricane Ian hit Florida on September 28, 2022 as a Category 4 hurricane. Ian’s eye made landfall first on Cayo Costa island around 3:00 pm EDT [1] and on the Florida mainland south of Punta Gordo near Pirate Harbor around 4:30 pm EDT [2]. The National Weather Service’s National Hurricane Center 5:00 pm EDT advisory [3] reported “catastrophic storm surge, winds, and flooding,” maximum sustaine...

Low-Frequency Dynamic Ocean Response to Barometric-Pressure Loading

By Rui Ponte, Mengnan Zhao
October 19, 2022

Verisk AER Science | October 19, 2022

An Interdisciplinary Perspective on Greenland’s Changing Coastal Margins

By Chris Little
October 19, 2022

Verisk AER Science | October 19, 2022

Reimagine fire science for the Anthropocene

By Archana Dayalu
October 11, 2022

Verisk AER Science | October 11, 2022

Science Awards and external committee appointments

August 23, 2022

Verisk AER Science | August 23, 2022

The Polar Vortex Winter of 2013/14

By Judah Cohen
August 10, 2022

Verisk AER Science | August 10, 2022