Weather & Meteorology - A Basic Understanding
What you'll learn
- This is a short course that helps students develop a basic understanding of meteorology
A short, condensed crash-course in the basics of weather and meteorology instructed by a professional meteorologist. Learn about why weather exists, the different aspects of weather fronts, climate zones, and the atmosphere. Learn about the basic tools that meteorologists use to observe and predict the weather, and how to understand various weather alerts.
Who this course is for:
- Weather Enthusiasts & Aspiring Meteorologists
Dan Schreiber is a freelance meteorologist with experience in aviation meteorology, resource protection, emergency management, wildfire weather behavior, forensic meteorology, among many other activities influenced by weather. He holds a B.S. in Meteorology from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Arizona, and an M.A. in Leadership & Management from Liberty University, and has been featured in numerous newspapers, including the Del Rio News Herald of Del Rio, Texas & the Curry Coastal Pilot of Brookings, Oregon. Born in California, Dan lived for numerous years in the town of Brookings, Oregon, before attending college and since has lived and worked around the world as a meteorologist with the United States Air Force. He is recognized by the National Weather Service as an ambassador for community severe weather preparedness and is a proud member of the American Meteorological Society.