Genene Fisher is a Program Scientist in the NASA Heliophysics Space Weather Program. Throughout her career, Genene has worked with government, industry, academia, and international organizations to improve space weather science and services to build the resilience of our Nation to space weather impacts. She is a former Commissioner of the AMS Scientific and Technological Activities Commission (STAC).
AMS Staff | Webinar | Jan 18, 2024
A team of expert scientists discuss their collaborative efforts and lessons learned from field campaigns designed to better understand and forecast intense lake-effect storms.
William H. Hooke | News Item | Jan 15, 2024
William H. Hooke is former director of the AMS Policy Program. This essay was posted August 10, 2023 on his blog, https://www.livingontherealworld.org. In 2010, AMS published his book, Living on the Real World: How Thinking and Acting Like Meteorologists Will Help Save the Planet.
AMS Staff | News Item | Nov 19, 2023
Three books are presented for your consideration - Flashes of Brilliance: The Science and Wonder of Arizona Lightning, Tornado Alert: Saving Lives in the Eye of the Storm: How Technology Can Help Us Survive Tornadoes in 2023, and Immeasurable Weather: Meteorological Data and