Biometeorology is an interdisciplinary science studying the interactions between atmospheric processes and living organisms - plants, animals and humans. The most important question that biometeorology answers is:
How does weather and climate impact the well-being of all living creatures?
This would include reproduction, population fluctuations, and general health of the organism community.
Some example topics in biometeorology include:
The ISB represents the most comprehensive organization to bring together people with expertise in these areas.