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Jason Samenow
Original Boulder WAS*IS

I am a Climate Science Analyst at the US Environmental Protection Agency in the Office of Atmospheric Programs. I track and analyze the latest climate change science developments and communicate them to policy analysts and to the public through web sites, briefings and other information products. In addition, I founded and manage, a blog dedicated to providing entertaining and useful weather information and commentary for the Washington, DC area. A native of the DC area, I earned my undergraduate degree at the University of Virginia (1998), majoring in Environmental Science with a focus in Atmospheric Science. I went on to receive an MS in Atmospheric Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (2000). My intern experiences include working at Mitretek Systems, NBC4 (in Washington, DC), NBC15 (in Madison, WI) and at NOAA's Techniques Development Laboratory. I am presently Chair of the DC Chapter of the American Meteorological Society. In my free time, I enjoy playing tennis, golf, and skiing and rooting for my Virginia Cavaliers in football and basketball.
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