UCAR's Atmos News features AER’s science leadership in modeling winter cold.
"Judah Cohen believes the North American snow tilts the odds towards a cold winter." Read more highlights from Cohen, who is director of seasonal forecasting at AER, a unit of Verisk Climate, in Jason Samenow's roundup of the early October outlook for the upcoming winter.
AER scientists co-author a review of the scientific research exploring links between Arctic sea change and mid-latitude weather.
How can organizations and businesses have resilient operations to address climate change? WBUR NPR’s Robin Young talks with Kyle Beatty about climate research and data science from AER, Verisk Climate and Verisk Analytics. Listen to the 10 minute podcast.
With a 37-year history of cutting-edge research in the geosciences and environmental risk, Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER) has grown its expertise from an initial focus on atmospheric photochemistry to a broad set of capabilities in remote sensing, meteorology, oceanography, space weather, and climate science to meet the needs of government agencies, universities, and corporations. This article describes AER's successful paradigm for highest-quality geosciences and remote sensing research performed in the private sector.
Ron Isaacs, president of AER, is appointed the Director of Corporate Relations for the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS). In this role, Ron is responsible for maintaining and enhancing the relationship between GRSS and private sector organizations involved in geoscience and remote sensing activities.
During recent years when giving his winter predictions, Channel 5 Chief Meteorologist Harvey Leonard has cited the research of Judah Cohen, director of seasonal forecasting for Atmospheric [and] Environmental Research. More...
WCVB chief meterologist Harvey Leonard and AER scientist Judah Cohen discuss the AER Seasonal Forecast for the winter of 2013-2013 and the science that has been successful in past years forecasting winter temperatures and snowfall.