Ed Hudson
Ed Hudson

Ed Hudson is an Environment Canada meteorologist who is 37 going for 40, years of service that is. He has a noticeable bias to arctic forecasting and 32 of his 37 years have been dedicated to this pursuit. His history includes tours of duty ranging from 3 weeks on a US icebreaker to 4 partial seasons as a fire weather meteorologist for the Government of the Northwest Territories to 9 open water seasons forecasting in support of offshore drilling and island construction from an office in Tuktoyaktuk. Since 1994, Ed has been the MSC science lead for the International Arctic Buoy Programme. He is presently the lead marine forecaster for Prairie and Northern Region and a program manager / forecaster with the Prairie and Arctic Storm Prediction Centre.

Presentations for MSC Winter Weather Course 06-1

Title: Polar Lows
Time: Wednesday, 7 December 2005

Title: Basics of Blowing Snow Forecasting
Time: Wednesday, 7 December 2005

Title: Northern Applications of POES
Time: Thursday, 8 December 2005

Title: The Arctic Environment
Time: Friday, 9 December 2005


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