Jeremy Weiss

Climate and Geospatial Extension Scientist, School of Natural Resources and the Environment

Environment and Natural Resources 2 Building N414




Jeremy is engaged widely in weather and climate hazards, utilizing geospatial environmental modeling and data development, analysis, and visualization. His research integrates traditional analysis techniques from the atmospheric and related sciences with geospatial data and modeling to assess and anticipate impacts from such hazards as they have played, are playing, and might play out over time. In addition to data development and analysis, Jeremy works on visualizations that enable exploration of weather, climate, and geospatial data from new and potentially powerful perspectives. As part of the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension, problems related to weather and climate hazards in Arizona and the broader southwestern region of North America motivate much of his research and many of his applications. Jeremy’s activities also include outreach, helping people put data and knowledge of weather and climate hazards to use.