View topic - Meteorology In Japan
My question is, I can understand there being a very large following for the field of hydrology and oceanography, but is there a particular need for meterology experts in Japan? While everyone needs meteorologists, I'm mostly curious as to whether or not there's anything worth studying there- I've been spoiled on Tornado Alley's particularly interesting storm activity...
Of course, I'm not sitting here saying, "I'm going to get a degree and then get over there!" because it's unrealistic to even begin to think it's that easy. Consider this a passing fancy, just curiousity. Any check I've done on severe or intriguing weather in the country seems to only turn up the usual- nothing fancy. What should I know?
Thanks so much!
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