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.
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is an accomplished public speaker who specializes in talks about weather and climate for non-experts in those fields.
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
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'+'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
About 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.
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).
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.