Heidi Cullen is interim CEO and lead correspondent for Climate Central. Prior to that, she was the climate expert and correspondent for The Weather Channel where she helped start Forecast Earth, the first weekly program on climate change and the environment. Before joining The Weather Channel she worked as a scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado. She received a B.Sc. in engineering and operations research from Columbia University and a Ph.D. in climatology and ocean-atmosphere dynamics from Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory. She was awarded the 2008 National Conservation Achievement Award for science by the National Wildlife Federation. The Weather of the Future is a book by Cullen, published in 2010.
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- Glantz, Michael H.; Cullen, Heidi (1 January 2003), "Zimbabwe's Food Crisis", Environment, Issue 45(1): 9–11, retrieved 10 December 2009
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- Cullen, Heidi; deMenocal, Peter B. (2000), "North Atlantic Influence on Tigris-Euphrates Streamflow", International Journal of Climatology, 20(8): 853–863, retrieved 10 December 2009[dead link]
- Cullen, Heidi; deMenocal, Peter B.; Hemming, S.; Hemming, G. (2000), "The Possible Role of Climate in the collapse of the Akkadian Empire: evidence from the deep sea", Geology, 28(4): 379–382, retrieved 10 December 2009[dead link]
- Cullen, Heidi; D’Arrigo, Roseanne; Cook, Edward; Cook, Edward (25 July 2000), "Multiproxy reconstructions of the North Atlantic Oscillation", Paleoceanography, 16(1): 27–39, retrieved 10 December 2009
- Visbeck, Martin; Naik, Naomi, "An ocean model’s response to North Atlantic Oscillation-like wind forcing", Geophysical Research Letters 25(24): 4521–4525, retrieved 10 December 2009
- Bond, Gerard; Showers, William; Maziet, Cheseby; Lotti, Rusty; Almasi, Peter; deMenocal, Peter; Priore, Paul; Cullen, Heidi; Hajdas, Irka; Georges, Bonani (14 November 1997), "A pervasive millennial-scale cycle in North Atlantic Holocene and glacial climates", Science, Vol. 278. No. 5341: 1257–1266, retrieved 10 December 2009
- 2008 National Conservation Achievement Award winners
- Kakutani, Michiko (2 August 2010). "‘The Weather of the Future' and ‘The Climate War'". The New York Times.
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