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Mr. George H. Taylor

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President

Local Address: Corvallis, Oregon, United States
Company Description: Applied Climate Services, LLC (ACS) was founded in 2008. ACS specializes in Probable Maximum Precipitation (PMP) studies, Hydrometeorology, Storm Analysis, and...   more
Background

Employment History

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Education

  • M.S. , Meteorology
    University of Utah
  • B.A. degree , Mathematics
    University of California
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ABOUT THE CLIMATE SCIENCE COALITION OF A
www.climatescienceamerica.org, 25 Sept 2014 [cached]
George H. Taylor, Certified Consulting Meteorologist (CCM), Applied Climate Services, LLC, Former State Climatologist (Oregon), President, American Association of State Climatologists (1998-2000), Corvallis, Oregon
About George Taylor of Applied Climate Services | Corvallis, Oregon, USA
www.appliedclimate.net, 12 July 2014 [cached]
About George Taylor
'+'An abridged biography as well as a full resume and listing of credentials of George Taylor, principal of Applied Climate Services, can be accessed at this link. Among his other credentials, George Taylor is a Certified Consulting Meteorologist (CCM), the professional certification of the American Meteorological Society (AMS).';fadein('title');fadein('fade');return true;" onMouseout="stateval=0;godark('title');godark('fade');return true;">About George Taylor
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'+'George Taylor is an accomplished public speaker who specializes in talks about weather and climate for non-experts in those fields. He can deliver short talks or provide day-long workshops (or nearly anything in between). Follow this link for a sample of video clips from recent presentations. On request, George will bring his guitar and lead the audience in a stirring rendition of "The El Nino Song. For booking requests or fee information, contact ACS by phone or email.';fadein('title');fadein('fade');return true;" onMouseout="stateval=0;godark('title');godark('fade');return true;">Speaking
Weather Matters
'+'For more than ten years, George Taylor has written a column, "Weather Matters," for the Mid-Valley Sunday newspaper (the combined Sunday edition of the Albany Democrat-Herald and the Corvallis Gazette-Times). Follow this link for a selection of his columns.
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About George Taylor
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George Taylor George Taylor is President of Applied Climate Services of Corvallis, Oregon, specializing in extreme precipitation analyses and forensic meteorology. Prior to founding ACS in 2008, Taylor served as State Climatologist for Oregon for 19 years. He has been active in meteorology and climatology since 1971.
Taylor is a Certified Consulting Meteorologist (CCM), the professional certification of the American Meteorological Society (AMS). He has written two books: The Oregon Weather Book and The Climate of Oregon.
In addition to being a member of AMS and CCM, Taylor has a California Lifetime Community College Credential, is former member of the Board of Certified Consulting Meteorologists (Chairman in 1995), and two-time President of the American Association of State Climatologists (1998-99 and 1999-2000).
Taylor received a B.A. degree in Mathematics from the University of California and an M.S. in Meteorology from the University of Utah.
Oregon State Climatologist Questions Global Warming Study in Washington Post
www.prnewswire.com, 3 Mar 2006 [cached]
WASHINGTON, March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- TCSDaily Science Roundtable member and Oregon state climatologist George Taylor, expressed his concern over the legitimacy of recent claims that the Antarctic ice sheet is melting.The Washington Post article titled "Antarctic Ice Sheet Is Melting Rapidly" (http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp - dyn/content/article/2006/03/02/AR2006030201712.html) looked to Taylor to provide an expert view on the validity of a recent study published in Science magazine on global warming.
From the Post: "Oregon state climatologist George Taylor noted that sea ice in some areas of Antarctica is expanding and part of the region is getting colder, despite computer models that would predict otherwise. 'The Antarctic is really a puzzle,' said Taylor, who writes for the Web site TSCDaily ... 'A lot more research is needed to understand the degree of climate and ice trends in and around the Antarctic ... '"
George H. Taylor is the state climatologist for Oregon, and a faculty member at Oregon State University's College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences.He manages the Oregon Climate Service, the state repository of weather and climate information, and supervises a staff of ten.Mr. Taylor is an International Leadership Forum (ILF) Fellow.ILF is a non-partisan, Internet-based think tank composed entirely of top leaders who meet annually in La Jolla, California, and in policy forums online throughout the year, to discuss the major issues facing our global society and to communicate the ideas and wisdom generated in these deliberations to policymakers and to the general public.Mr. Taylor is past president of the American Association of State Climatologists.He is a member of the American Meteorological Society and has received certification as a Certified Consulting Meteorologist by the Society.He also has a California Lifetime Community College Credential.He has published over 200 reports, symposium articles, and journal articles.
.: Albany Democrat-Herald :. News
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By George Taylorcolumnist
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George Taylor is the state climatologist, and is a faculty member at OSU's College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences.
CLIMATE SOURCE, INC. PREPARES TO RELEASE 1971-2000 CLIMATE DATA
www.climatesource.com, 16 Dec 2002 [cached]
"The Weather Channel wants to use the data to improve their local forecasts, and the accuracy of its weather maps," said George Taylor, an OSU atmospheric scientist who serves as the state climatologist for Oregon. "There has been a great deal of demand for the data, not only from federal agencies, but from the business community, private researchers and the general public," Taylor said.
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"When we first put the data on our website," Taylor said, "we had more than a million hits in our first year."
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In addition to their extensive U.S. mapping projects, Daly and Taylor have 2-kilometer grid data for western Canada, China, Mongolia, Puerto Rico, American territories, and parts of Europe.
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David Hannaway, OSU Professor of Crop and Soil Science, has collaborated with Daly and Taylor to use PRISM mapping to better assess the climatic suitability for growing various types of grasses and crops in China.
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Taylor and Daly are in constant contact with state, national and international climatologists who help them tweak their model to account for local variations.
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"In the old days, a climate map would last for 20 years," Taylor said with a laugh.
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