The COMET program quietly introduced booster questions on MetEd last year. Over 1,500 people have subscribed for booster questions so far and we’d like to see more people benefitting from them.
What are booster questions? They are questions that you receive in the days, weeks, and months after completing an online module. Answering these questions increases the amount of information that you can remember from an online module.
Today’s world bombards us with information. The...
MetEd has always had a strong Spanish presence with a Spanish version of the site and over 130 lessons available in Spanish.
But we also have:
As a Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador™
, The COMET® Program is committed to helping improve the nation’s readiness for extreme weather and other hazardous events. The MetEd website hosts a suite of free, informative materials related to natural hazards preparedness, including desktop exercises for emergency managers and fun interactives to engage families in packing an emergency preparedness kit and working on a safety plan.
Data with a geographic component, geospatial data, is integral to hydrology, meteorology, and many other scientific fields. COMET has been addressing geospatial related topics for several years through our publications on hydrography (see our distance learning course, Elements of Hydrography
), navigation (see the lesson, Principles of Celestial Navigation
The next generation of NOAA Geostationary Weather satellites will launch in March of 2016. Now that we are within the one year launch window for GOES-R, there is no time like the present to learn more about the exciting advancements that will soon become available to many in the western hemisphere. Start your learning with our, GOES-R...