Career as a Atmospheric Scientist / Climatologist

in India

Atmospheric Scientists (or climatologists) study scientific and mathematical aspects of the earth's atmosphere, weather and climate. They are responsible for developing reports, forecasts, and climate change research from their analyses of weather and climate data. Most atmospheric scientists work indoors in weather stations, offices, or laboratories. Occasionally, they also have to do fieldwork, which means working outdoors with instruments and specialized devices to examine regional weather.


Why become a Atmospheric Scientist / Climatologist?

Wish to know more about our Atmosphere and want to study it? Do you gaze at the sky often? Or at the wispy clouds thinking how they produce so much rain at Seattle and Miami or so less in Bikaner and Leh! Do you often wonder why the sale of sunscreens shot up in recent years? Do you want to save the world from being flooded with ice water coming from the poles or protect the Taj Mahal being eroded due to acid rain? Then you will love to start your career as an Atmospheric Scientist and you must be excelling in all your Science subjects because you love them. Read on to find out more about who Atmospheric Scientists are, what they do and how to become one.

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