- Daniel Fahrenheit and Anders Celsius
- This article briefly explains the history behind Fahrenheit's and Celsius's thermometer scale developments.
- Joseph Henry
- Read a short biography of the man who started the U.S. Weather Bureau (which became the National Weather Service), among other notable scientific achievements.
- Charles Macintosh
- Using fabric and dissolved rubber, Charles Macintosh invented the first waterproof cloth and went on to create the first raincoats. Read a short history of his work here.
- Meteorology Degrees and Career Options
- The National Severe Storms Laboratory of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration provides practical and friendly advice for those seeking information about a career in meteorology.
- Careers in Meteorology
- Noah the meteorologist tells you how he became interested in the weather, what his daily life is like, what he had to learn and do to become a meteorologist, and gives you tips on how to pursue a career in meteorology of your own.
- Careers in Atmospheric Science
- NASA offers information for students seeking to learn about what being an atmospheric scientist entails, and in what types of places these scientists usually work.
- Ask an Earth Observatory Scientist
- At this site, scientists from NASA will answer your questions about the Earth's environment or climate. Be sure to read the list of questions that other people have already asked.
- Ask Dr. Universe
- From Washington State University, Dr. Universe provides a friendly and accessible format and as well as lots of valuable questions and answers about the world of science. Users can search a database of previously answered questions and submit questions of their own.
- Scientific American's Ask the Experts
- Scientists answer questions about geology, astronomy, biology, chemistry, computers, the environment, mathematics, medicine, and physics.