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Tagged as: Geography and Planning

Meet the National Weather Service

Thomas Niziol, Meteorologist-in-Charge for the Buffalo Office of the National Weather Service, describes how modern forecasts are put together and explains the role of the National Weather Service in today's weather market. This event is sponsored by the Faculty-Student Association and the Geography and Planning Department.


Field Report: Groundhog Day

In February, Stephen Vermette, Geography and Planning Department, organized a trip for six Buffalo State students to Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, to see famed groundhog Punxsutawney Phil's prognostication firsthand. This podcast features Vermette and his students on location and bearing witness to Punxsutawney Phil's shadow. Read more in the Bulletin.


Lecture: Climate Change, Global and Local Effects of a Changing Climate

The last lecture in an informational series of presentations by meteorology/climatology faculty to help better understand issues that relate to climate change. Speaker is Dr. Gordon Fraser, professor, Geography and Planning Department.

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Lecture: Climate Change, The Unusual and Severe Weather in our Future

The third of four lectures in an informational series of presentations by meteorology/climatology faculty to help to better understand issues that relate to climate change. Speaker is WGRZ meteorologist Chesley McNeil, lecturer, Earth Sciences and Science Education. Series is coordinated by the Geography and Planning Department.

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Lecture: Climate Change, How Past Climates are Reconstructed

The second lecture in an informational series of presentations by meterology/climatology faculty relating to climate change issues. Speaker is Camille Holmgren, assistant professor, Geography and Planning Department.

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Research