Joseph D’Aleo, Certified Consultant Meteorologist, AMS Fellow
Joseph D’Aleo was a co founder and the first Director of Meteorology at the cable TV Weather Channel. He has over 44 years experience in professional meteorology. Mr. D’Aleo is now co-chief Meteorologist, Weatherbell Analytics LLC founded in 2011.
Mr. D’Aleo was Chief Meteorologist at Weather Services International Corporation and content manager and “Dr. Dewpoint” for WSI’s popular Intellicast.com web site. He helped develop statistical models using atmospheric, oceanic and solar factors for seasonal and longer range climate forecasting. He was a partner in a hedge fund for energy and agriculture for 4 years using those relationships.
He was a college professor of Meteorology at Lyndon State College where he helped establish a successful program that grew from 37 to 137 students during his 6 years there. Among his many accomplishments there, he inaugurated the Northeast Storm Conference, now in its 39th year and helped establish campus based and private forecast services and an AFROTC program.
He has authored a resource guide on El Nino and La Nina and authored and presented a number of papers on advanced applications enabled by new technologies on how research into ENSO and other atmospheric and oceanic phenomena has made skillful seasonal forecasts possible.
Mr. D’Aleo has also authored many articles, white papers and peer reviewed papers and made numerous presentations on the roles cycles in the sun and oceans have played in climate change and the integrity issues we have with surface temperature measurements. He was also a contributor to the NIPCC and the ISPM and AMICUS briefs to the DC Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court.
Mr. D’Aleo is a Certified Consultant Meteorologist and was elected a Fellow of the American Meteorological Society (AMS). He has served as a member and then chairman of the American Meteorological Society’ Committee on Weather Analysis and Forecasting, and has co-chaired national conferences for both the American Meteorological Society and the National Weather Association. Mr. D’Aleo was elected a Councilor for the AMS, the only private sector meteorologist that had been selected by their peers.
Joseph D’Aleo is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin with BS and MS degrees in Meteorology. His master’s thesis was on Explosive development in east coast cyclones. Joe spent three years completing doctoral coursework in Air Resources at NYU but the school of Engineering and Science closed its doors before Joe could write his dissertation. During that time, Joe was a meteorological producer for the CBS Weather Center in NYC for radio, local and network television. Later after Lyndon State College, Joe joined John Coleman as meteorological producer for Good Morning America as they planned the Weather Channel. Joe was awarded an honorary doctorate for his pioneer work in weather forecasting, success in starting a successful program at Lyndon strong for over 40 years in synoptic meteorology and broadcasting and success as co-founder and first Director of Meteorology at The Weather Channel.
Mr. D’Aleo’s areas of expertise include long range climate forecasting, microclimatology, natural factors involved in climate change including ocean cycles, the many solar factors, volcanism as well as man’s role in local changes from urbanization and land use changes.
D’Aleo, J.S., 1970, Explosive Redevelopment in East Coast Cyclones, University of Wisconsin Masters Thesis
D’Aleo, J.S., Bernier, A., 1983, The Anniversary Storm of February 7-8, 1980, NWA Digest 84, 22-35
Glickman, T., D’Aleo, J.S. (one of the editorial board), 2000, AMS Glossary of Meteorology, AMS Publications
D’Aleo, J.S., Grube, P.G., 2002, Resource Guide to El Nino and La Nina, Oryx Press, Greenwood Publishing ISBN 1-37356-378-1
McKitrick, R., D’Aleo, J.S., Khandekar, M., Kininmonth, W., Essex, C., Karlen, W., Karlen, O., Clark, I., Murty, T., O’Brien, J.J., 2007, Independent Summary for Policymakers, IPPC Fourth Assessment Report, Fraser Institute
Idso, C., Singer, F., 2008, Nature, Not Human Activity Rules the Climate, Heartland Institute, I was one of 28 contributing authors focusing on the role of the oceans and sun.
Lead Scientist of 14 scientists in Amici Curiae Scientists in Support of Petitioners in DC Circuit Court vs EPA 2011 USCA Case #09-1322 Document #1312291 Filed: 06/08/2011 On Petition for Review of 74 FED. REG. 66,496 (Dec. 15, 2009) and 75 FED. REG. 49,556 (Aug. 13, 2010) (Consolidated) Yetter Coleman LLP (sworn testimony by team)
D’Aleo, J.S., 2009, Is Global Warming on the Wane, Old Farmer’s Almanac special report
NIPCC Climate Change Reconsidered, 2011, Idso, C., Carter, R.M., Singer, F., one of the contributing authors, Heartland Institute
NIPCC Climate Change Reconsidered II, 2013, Idso, C., Carter, R.M., Singer F., one of the contributing authors on the Extremes section, Heartland Institute
D’Aleo, J.S., Easterbrook, D.J., 2010, Multidecadal Tendencies in ENSO and Global Temperatures tied to Multidecadal Ocean Oscillations, Energy and Environment, 21 (5), 436-460
D’Aleo, J.S., 2011, A Critical Look at Surface Temperature Records, Evidence Based Climate Change Series, Elsevier, 91-142
D’Aleo, J.S., Easterbrook, D.J., 2011, Relationship of Multidecadal Global Temperatures to Multidecadal Ocean Oscillations, Evidence Based Climate Change Series, 161-184
D’Aleo J.S., Solar Changes and Climate (a look at amplifying solar factors besides TSI), 2011, Evidence Based Climate Change Series, 253-276
Wallace, J.P., Finizza, A, D’Aleo, J.S., 2011, A simple KISS model to examine the relationship between atmospheric CO2 concentration and ocean and land surface temperatures taking into consideration solar and volcanic activity as well as fossil fuel use, Evidence Based Climate Change Series, 353-382
Scientist in support of Southeast Legal CERT Petition vs EPA to the Supreme Court, 2012, On Petition For Writ Of Certiorari To The United States Court Of Appeals For The District Of Columbia Circuit (sworn testimony by team)