Physical sciences are traditionally based on observations. For example, in atmospheric sciences there are a number of instruments that allow us to observe and learn about different parts of the atmosphere, from a simple liquid-in-glass thermometer to more complex instruments … Read more “Weather radars: an animated example”
Last August the American Meteorological Society held the 16th Conference on Mountain Meteorology in San Diego, California. In this opportunity, I presented some results of the paper I’m working on along with David Kingsmill.
Essentially, we argue that one of … Read more “16th Conference on Mountain Meteorology”
There are those days when you find tabulated information on the web that is relevant for your homework/assignment/research. Of course, if the owner of this information only cares about its dissemination, you will probably see that there is no figure … Read more “Making an auto-updating plot with Plotly”
Usually, when you learn a new programming language, the first example is a “hello_world” program. Therefore, since this is my first post, I decided to use this rather cliche title.
I’ll be posting about topics in meteorology, especially associate with … Read more “Hello world!”