Atmospheric and Space Scientist
- Skilled Atmospheric and Space Scientists possess expertise in investigating atmospheric phenomena and interpreting meteorological data, gathered by surface and air stations, satellites, and radar to prepare reports and forecasts for public and other uses including weather analysts and forecasters whose functions require detailed knowledge of meteorology
- Extensive experience of XX years in studying features of space, including the planets, solar system, and other aspects of the universe; developing new medications from substances discovered during space exploration trips.
- Skilled in interpreting data, reports, maps, photographs, and charts to predict long- and short-range weather conditions; operating computer graphic equipment to produce weather reports and maps for analysis, distribution, or use in weather broadcasts
- Deft in studying the physical characteristics, processes, and motions of the atmosphere and how it affects the rest of our environment; interpreting and understanding trends in weather and climate; analyzing air pollution, agriculture, ozone depletion, or global warming.
- Using satellite and radar data to make forecasts; study the Earth’s temperature, humidity, and wind velocity; informing the general public with short-term weather announcements; studying weather variations over long-term periods such as months, years, or centuries
- Instrumental in collecting and analyzing past records of region-specific temperatures or rainfall; helping plan heating and cooling systems; studying the chemical and physical properties of the atmosphere such as light transmission and radio and sound waves