Meteorology, Humanities

Meteorology-It is the interdisciplinary scientific study of the environment. Studies in the field stretch back millennia, though significant progress in meteorology did not arise till the eighteenth century. The nineteenth century seems breakthroughs arise after observing networks developed across some countries. After the advance of the computer in the latter half of the twentieth century, breakthroughs in weather forecasting were achieved.

The field of atmospheric or meteorology science is a relative newcomer as an academic discipline. Most programs in meteorology/atmospheric science were established throughout the 1950s and 1960s. Throughout that duration the discipline experienced quick growth that has continued in the present era.

I need a report on the topic Meteorology. Can you please assist me for Meteorology report for about 2500 words?

Meteorologist ?

Types of Meteorologists?

History of Meteorology?

Future predictions?

Meteorology vs. Climatology?

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