The purpose of the Aviation Weather Training Research phase of the General Aviation Weather Project is to investigate current training strategies, assess the effectiveness of new training methods, and explore new measures for pilot performance in weather related flight tasks. This collection includes training validation efforts and the development of a decision support tool.

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Submissions from 2018

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How to Improve General Aviation Weather Training: Challenges and Recommendations for Designing Computer-Based Simulation Weather Training Scenarios, Quirijn Berendschot, Yolanda Ortiz, Beth Blickensderfer, Richard Simonson, and Nicholas DeFilippis

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Aviation Weather Education: Challenges Using Current FAA Guidance, Thomas A. Guinn and Robert Thomas

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Challenges Contributing to the General Aviation Weather Problem & Decision Support Systems Technology Recommendations, Jayde King, Yolanda Oritz, Beth Blickensderfer, and Emalee Christy

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Challenges for Flight Instructors Teaching Weather Information, Robert Thomas and Thomas A. Guinn

Submissions from 2016

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ATC Weather Knowledge & Skills: A Contributor to the General Aviation Weather Problem?, Beth L. Blickensderfer, Jayde M. King, and Yolanda Ortiz

Submissions from 2015

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Training General Aviation Pilots for Convective Weather Situations, Elizabeth L. Blickensderfer, John M. Lanicci, Michael J. Vincent, Robert L. Thomas, MaryJo Smith, and Jessica K. Cruit

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WTIC Research at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Jessica Cruit, Beth Blickensderfer, John Lanicci, Bob Thomas, and Thomas A. Guinn

Submissions from 2013

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Aviation Weather and Decision Making: A Human Factors Perspective, Beth Blickensderfer, Jessica Cruit, and Michael Vincent

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In-Cockpit NEXRAD Products: Training General Aviation Pilots, Michael Vincent, Elizabeth Blickensderfer, Robert Thomas, MaryJo Smith, and John M. Lanicci