What is a Meteorologist?
A meteorologist is a specialized scientist who focuses on some aspect of the atmosphere, and who uses scientific principles to observe, understand, and be able to explain or predict how the Earth’s atmosphere affects the earth and everyone on it.
What does a meteorologist do?
There are several specialized areas of study in which the meteorologist can participate, for example he can examine long-term meteorological data and patterns from hundreds to millions of years ago to help predict future climate trends, he can also study the movements of the atmosphere and physical characteristics and how they could or affect the environment. They also apply their research to agriculture, global warming trends, and air pollution control. They can also study wind direction, wind speed, temperature, humidity, and air pressure.
Another of the specialized ones can be, investigate the claims of the insurance companies, and investigate the time or the past climate for a court of law.
What is the workplace of a Meteorologist like?
Weather is everywhere, and meteorologists can be found all over the world doing many different jobs. The top five meteorologists workplaces are for TV and Radio stations, consulting, educational facilities, the military, and government agencies.