(1) But the science of meteorology , a term that dates back to Aristotle's first musings on the subject, did not really begin to make significant advances until the 18th century.(2) Evolutionary theory is no more tied to metaphysical naturalism or atheism than is meteorology or medical science.(3) Such research includes studies in climatology, atmospheric science, meteorology , geology and geophysics, ecology, and oceanography, just to name a few.(4) In this respect, hydrological science and meteorology are still far from being able to predict, before the rains come, which thunderstorms will turn out to be the worst killers.(5) For more than 60 years, weather balloons have been the foundation of global meteorology as they provide atmospheric data to weather stations.(6) Understanding factors that affect canopy photosynthesis would contribute to agriculture, ecology, meteorology , and global science.(7) Neil has used the same teaching method for his classes in meteorology and environmental science at Lincoln.(8) Moving from meteorology as straight science to weather as journalism means more.(9) The larger theories of geology, astronomy, oceanology, meteorology , ecology, biology, and even physics do not lend themselves to repeatable experiments.(10) He wrote about meteorology , biology, physics, poetry, logic, rhetoric, and politics and ethics, among other subjects.(11) Professional forecasters have usually been to university to study meteorology , where for three years they learn a wide-ranging and detailed study of the physical and dynamical processes that occur in the atmosphere.(12) Overwintering would allow the team to investigate the island's meteorology(13) He did not restrict himself to studying mathematics, however, for he studied other topics such as astronomy, meteorology and chemistry.(14) An induction course to learn basic meteorology(15) While meteorology is a science complicated by chaotic weather patterns, statistics on the tumultuous developments illustrate a definite trend in the past decades.(16) His interests went outside mathematics and he sometimes lectured on astronomy, meteorology and biology where he had a special interest in birds.