Understanding Florida’s Weather: Hurricanes (actually Tropical Cyclones) Part 2
Things To Know
Welcome to the Summer Class for Understanding Florida’s Weather. The study of weather (Meteorology) is not for the unmotivated. There are no equations or sophisticated mathematics in this lecture series. No one knows it all (just ask a real Meteorologist). Although there are regional characteristics, the weather behaves the same everywhere on the planet. Participants will receive clear explanations, hands-on demonstrations, visualizations, exercises, video multimedia presentations, and many good stories.
Event Date & Time
May 23, 2020
10:00a.m. – 11:00a.m.
Free for members/$10 non-members
Requires reservation, login instructions will be emailed to you
Class is limited to 99 participants
The lecture will be conducted in three parts:
Part 3: Weather Instruments: How to getting involved from your own backyard: June 6
About the instructor:
About the instructor: Mr. George Bartuska has a distinguished and diverse background in the fields of Engineering, Business Development and Geoscience, and is an advocate and practitioner of lifetime learning.
Bartuska has participated in a variety of engineering projects throughout Florida, including a project for NASA involving the Space Shuttle Orbiter and projects for Palm Beach International, Sarasota – Bradenton International, and Orlando International airports, addressing airport noise monitoring and radar upgrades. He has also worked and collaborated on projects spanning the globe, including places like Puerto Rico, Canada, Denmark, and the Mediterranean.
Today, he proudly serves as an AP Environmental Science, Biology, Marine Science, and Earth-Space Science teacher for Kathleen High School in Lakeland, Florida, where he instructs and inspires high school students.