Forensic  Meteorologist  and  Expert  Witness  for  Court  Trials

President / Chief Executive Officer and Principal Scientist, Environmental Science & Energy, Inc.

Principal Scientist and Primary Expert Witness,  Forensic Science Experts, LLC

Seasonal and Multi-Seasonal Weather Outlook Specialist, American Weather & Earth Sciences, LLC

Pioneer in the relationship of  El Niño  and  La Niña  to  North  American  Weather



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 Specialties     Professional Experience     Education /  Academic Publications     Additional Publications      Professional Memberships 

Charles B. Pyke, Ph.D., Corporate President and CEO, Forensic Meteorologist and Expert Witness, Specialized Weather Forecaster and Specialist in Multi-Seasonal Weather Outlooks; Research Meteorologist, Climatologist, and Hydrometeorologist.

Pioneer in the relationship of El Niño and La Niňa to North American Weather, achieved through his post-doctoral research.

President / Chief Executive Officer, Principal Scientist, and Primary Expert Witness of Environmental Science & Energy, Inc.

Owner, Member, Principal Scientist, and Primary Expert Witness of Forensic Science Experts, LLC

Primary Expert Witness and Multi-Seasonal / Multi-Year Weather Outlook Specialist, American Weather & Earth Sciences, LLC

Former Flood Control Research Meteorologist and Specialized Weather Forecaster, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Former Air Weather Service Officer, Meteorologist, and Weather Forecaster, U.S. Air Force and Air National Guard

Former Assistant Professor of Meteorology and Geographical Climatology, California State University, Northridge

Specialties and Comprehensive  Résumé,  covering Professional Experience, Education, and Publications of  Charles B. Pyke, Ph.D.

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Selected  Meteorological  Fields  of  Specialization  of  Dr. Pyke.  Specific Topics  (Keywords):

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Alpine Climate Expert Witness.  Arizona Climate Expert Witness.  Arizona Dust Storm Expert Witness.  Arizona Haboob Expert Witness.  Arizona Meteorology Expert Witness.  Arizona Monsoon Expert Witness.  Arizona Precipitation Expert Witness.  Arizona Rainfall Expert Witness.  Arizona Thunderstorm Expert Witness.  Arizona Weather Expert Witness.  Arizona Wind Expert Witness.  Black Ice Expert Witness.  Blowing Dust Expert Witness.  Blowing Sand Expert Witness.  California Climate Expert Witness.  California Meteorology Expert Witness.  California Precipitation Expert Witness.  California Rainfall Expert Witness.  California Weather Expert Witness.  California Wind Expert Witness.  Certified Weather Data.  Certified Weather Observers.  Civil Twilight Expert Witness.  Climatic Data.  Climate Change Expert.  Climatology Expert Witness.  Cloud Cover Expert Witness.  Dense Fog Expert Witness.  Dew Expert Witness.  Drought Expert Witness.  Dust Storm Expert Witness.  El Niño Expert Witness.  Environmental data.  Evapotranspiration Monitoring.  Evapotranspiration Research.  Evapotranspiration Studies.  Expert Witness Climatologist.  Expert Witness Meteorologist.  Expert Witness Weather Testimony.  Extreme Precipitation Expert Witness.  Extreme Rain Expert Witness.  Extreme Snow Expert Witness.  Extreme Temperature Expert Witness.  Film Production Weather Forecasts.  Flash Flood Expert Witness.  Flood Expert Witness.  Fog Expert Witness.  Forensic Climatologist.  Forensic Meteorologist.   Forensic Weather Expert Witness.  Freezing Rain Expert Witness.  Geophysical Data.  GIS-Capable Environmental Data.  Global Warming Modeling.  Global Warming Research.  Haboob Expert Witness.  Hail Expert Witness.  Heat Index Expert Witness.  Heat Island Expert Witness.  Humidity Expert Witness.  La Niña Expert Witness.  Las Vegas Flash Flood Expert Witness.  Long-Range Weather Outlook Specialist.  Meteorological Data.  Meteorology Expert Witness.  Meteorology Research.  Meteorology Testimony.  Microburst Expert Witness.  Monsoon Thunderstorm Expert Witness.  Moonlight Expert Witness.  Moon Phase Expert Witness.  Multi-Seasonal Weather Outlook Specialist.  Multi-Year Weather Outlook Specialist.  Nevada Precipitation Expert Witness.  Nevada Rainfall Expert Witness.  Nevada Weather Expert Witness.  Nevada Wind Expert Witness.  Ocean Surface Temperature Expert Witness.  Pacific Decadal Oscillation Expert Witness.  Precipitation Data.  Precipitation Expert Witness.  Precipitation Frequency Analysis.  Rainfall Data.  Rainfall Expert Witness.  Rainfall Frequency Analysis.  Sea Surface Temperature Expert Witness.  Seasonal  Weather Outlook Specialist.  Seasonal Weather Outlooks.  Snowfall Expert Witness.  Sun Glare Expert Witness.  Sunlight Expert Witness.  Sunrise Expert Witness.  Sunset Expert Witness.  Temperature Expert Witness. Temperature Inversion Expert Witness.  Thermo-Haline Ocean Circulation Modeling.   Tornado Expert Witness.  Twilight Expert Witness.  Utah Meteorology Expert Witness.  Utah Precipitation Expert Witness.  Utah Rainfall Expert Witness.  Utah Snowfall Expert Witness.  Utah Weather Expert Witness.  Visibility Expert Witness.  Weather Data.  Weather Expert Witness.  Weather Forecast Specialist.  Weather Forecasts for Agriculture.  Weather Forecasts for Construction.  Weather Forecasts for Film Industry.  Weather Forecasts for Film Production.  Weather Forecasts for Media Events.  Weather Forecasts for Roofing.  Weather Outlook Specialist.   Wind Expert Witness.   










Forensic Discovery and Expert Witness Testimony  for civil litigation, criminal cases, and insurance claims. 

Black ice, plus dew on grass, artificial turf, concrete, or metal surfaces, wet or snow-covered  parking lots, sidewalks, or roadways, as well as dense fog, blowing  dust / sand. including sudden wind gusts and dust devils --contributing to vehicle accidents, slip & fall, personal injury, wrongful death, & other losses.

Sun glare -- contributing to vehicular accidents -- plus cloud cover, sunrise, sunset, twilight, elevation and azimuth angles of sun or moon, and phase of moon. 

Rain, wind, hail, lightning, snow, microbursts, drought, extreme heat / cold -- leading to floods, downed trees & power lines, fire, structural damage, crop / livestock losses.

Transport of pesticides by wind, including pesticides applied improperly or illegally to upwind farms or urban developments, blown to downwind farms or other locations -- resulting in wrongful death or injury, livestock loss, and / or crop loss.   

Frequency analysis of precipitation and other meteorological and environmental elements.  

Transcripts of public weather forecasts issued by NOAA for specific dates, and sometimes relied upon by plaintiff or defense for actions taken.

Highly Specialized Weather Forecasts and Monthly / Seasonal / Multi-Seasonal / Multi-Year Weather Outlooks  for many applications.

Customized weather forecasts, plus monthly to multi-year weather outlooks for film production, media events, roofing, construction, insurance, wineries, and agriculture.

Meteorological, Climatological, and Other Scientific Research & Development, education, training, published articles, textbooks, other services.

Evapotranspiration monitoring and studies.  Research projects and studies in meteorology and climatology.  HVAC climatic and actuarial tables.

Investigation of historical rain, flood, snow, hail, fog, wind, and dust storm events, as well as evapotranspiration, sublimation, drought, and major brush and forest fires.

Frequency analysis of precipitation and other meteorological and environmental elements.

Education and training.  Published articles.  Public lectures.  The Visiting Science Professor program  New scientific textbooks. 

Corporate Executive Management.  President / CEO, Principal Scientist, and Primary Expert Witness of Environmental Science & Energy, Inc.

English Language.  Another specialty of Dr. Charles B. Pyke is his meticulous use of absolutely proper wording and sentence structure in both writing and speaking, and of punctuation and spelling in all of his writing.  Dr. Pyke  fastidiously critiques and edits reports, correspondence, and other documents written by others in both Environmental Science & Energy, Inc., Forensic Science Experts, LLC, and American Weather & Earth Science, LLC.







Comprehensive Résumé (C.V.) of  Charles B. Pyke, Ph.D.







PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE - Forensic Meteorology & Expert Testimony, Weather Forecasting, Research, and Teaching:


SUMMARY  (details below)

Environmental Science & Energy, Inc.  (new corporation, 2015-present).  Charles B. Pyke, Ph.D., President / CEO, Principal Scientist, and Primary Expert Witness.

Forensic Science Experts, LLC,  American Weather & Earth Sciences, LLC,  and  Continental Weather & Earth Sciences, Inc.  (1989-present).  Charles B. Pyke, Ph.D.,

 Forensic Meteorologist (hundreds of cases).  Customized Weather Forecaster (thousands of forecasts),  Multi-Seasonal Weather Outlook Specialist (hundreds of outlooks).  Research and Studies.   

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District , Engineering Division(1971-1990).  Charles B. Pyke, Ph.D., Flood Control Meteorologist (civilian).

Specialized weather forecasts and seasonal outlooks.  Design storms for dam and levee safety.  Remote-telemetry Flood Warning Systems.  Published research.

University of California, Los Angeles, Department of Meteorology (1963-1975).  Charles B. Pyke,  Ph.D.,  Research Meteorologist, Lecturer, Laboratory Instructor, Teaching Assistant.

Meteorological and climatic research, including a major post-doctoral publication on El Niño.  Teaching of meteorology classes, laboratories, and field studies. 

U.S. Air Force: Air Weather Service, and  Air National Guard (1960-1973).  Captain Charles B. Pyke, Ph.D., Military Weather Officer:  Chief Forecaster and Chief Weather Observer.

Formulation of Air Force policies.  Supervision of Air Force weather officers.  Pilot Weather Briefings.  Transmission of weather observations and forecasts world-wide. 

California State University, Northridge,* Department of Geography (1969-1970).  Professor Charles B. Pyke, Meteorology and Climatology. Teaching of Meteorology, Atmospheric Science, and Climatology classes.

* known as San Fernando Valley State College prior to June 1971.









Recently Founded Corporation --  Environmental Services Offered:

Environmental Science & Energy, Inc.  2015 - .  CURRENTLY ACTIVE CORPORATION.   

Founding Partner, President / CEO, Principal Scientist, and Primary Expert Witness. 

Dr. Pyke has set up seven Divisions of Environmental Science & Energy, Inc. from which to offer numerous services:   

Environmental Services.  Renewable Energy.  Water Resources.  Environmental Data.  Expert Witness Services.  Information / Education.  Research / Studies.


Corporate and private company experience -- Meteorology, Climatology, and Environmental Sciences -- includes: 

Forensic Science Experts, LLC  2015 - .  (and as Associated Science Experts, LLC, 1998-2015)    CURRENTLY ACTIVE COMPANY.   

Founder, Owner, Member, and Forensic Meteorologist, plus Primary Expert Witness. 

Forensic discovery and expert witness testimony in civil litigation and criminal cases, including court trials and depositions:

Black ice, dew, sun glare, blowing dust and sand, dense fog, rain, wind, hail, snow, lightning, microbursts, haboobs, and other elements.

Pesticide drift onto farms and other locations from wind drift of improperly or illegally applied pesticides at upwind locations -- resulting in crop damage.

Roof leaks, resulting from strong winds, lifting up roof tarps, and occurring simultaneously with, or followed by, rain pouring in, around or under the tarps.

American Weather & Earth Sciences, LLC  (plus predecessor company names)  2004 - .  CURRENTLY ACTIVE COMPANY.   

Principal Scientist, Forensic Meteorologist, Primary Expert Witness, and Seasonal / Multi-Seasonal Weather Outlook Specialist.

Hundreds of Expert Witness cases (both criminal and civil), including dozens involving court trial testimony and depositions (Call (888) 786-7696 for a list of cases.) 

Thousands of customized weather forecasts for film production and other applications. 

Hundreds of seasonal and multi-seasonal weather outlooks. 

Meteorological and climatic research and studies, some published. 

Continental Weather & Earth Sciences, Inc. (plus predecessor corporate names 1989-2004.  

President / CEO, Chairman of the Board, Principal Scientist, Primary Expert Witness, Leading Forecaster;  Multi-Seasonal Outlook Specialist.

Thousands of customized weather forecasts and many dozen seasonal & multi-seasonal weather outlooks. 

Forensic discovery and expert witness testimony in dozens of depositions and court trials, including:  O.J. Simpson, Linda Sobek, & Charles Westerfield murder trials.

Many major personal injury and wrongful death civil litigation trials. 

Hundreds of civil litigation cases that settled prior to trial -- frequently upon the reputation and/or meteorological opinions rendered by Dr. Pyke. 

Comprehensive hydroclimatological publication (1994) of maximum historical storms in the western states. 

Other major research projects and publications.


Government, university, and military  experience:  Management, Policy, Forecasts, Teaching, Research Publications

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District, 1971-1990.

Flood Control Meteorologist (civilian).

Forensic meteorological research and discovery, plus testimony in court trials as expert witness. 

Design of remote-telemetry flood-warning systems, consisting of automatic-reporting rain gauges and stream gauges in the hills above vulnerable communities.  

Development of design storms for the safety of dams and levees, including Probable Maximum Precipitation, Standard Project Storm, and 100-year Rainfall.

Publication of flash flood warning brochures, in English and Spanish, for campers and visitors to flood-prone canyons and other areas. 

Customized weather forecasts and seasonal weather outlooks for rivers and reservoirs in the western United States.

Publication of Sepulveda Dam Water Control Manual for reservoir operations. 

Published hydrometeorological research and studies on many flood control and water conservation projects.

Presentation of the above items at public meetings and hearings.

University of California, Los Angeles:  Department of Meteorology  (now Atmospheric Sciences and Oceanography), 1963-1976.

Research Meteorologist, Lecturer, Laboratory Instructor, Teaching Assistant, and Research Assistant.

Research Meteorologist and Research Assistant:  Numerous research and study projects and publications in meteorology and climatology.

Lecturer, Laboratory Instructor, and Teaching Assistant  in various courses and laboratories in Meteorology, Atmospheric Sciences, and Climatology. 

Teaching Assistant in special summer courses in Meteorology for gifted students, 1964 and 1965.   

U.S. Air Force and Air National Guard:  Military Air Transport Service, 1960-1965, and Military Airlift Command, 1966-1973.  Commissioned 1963.   

Air Weather Service Officer:  Weather Forecaster and Chief Forecaster, 1963-1973. 

Served stateside on National Guard status during  Vietnam War, 1965-1973.

Formulation of policies for Air Force operations in the U.S. and world-wide.

Supervision of Air Force weather officers, briefings pilots flying U.S. and overseas missions. 

Many hundreds of special weather forecasts, including pilot briefings for missions flying to U.S. sites and from California to Hawaii to Japan, Taiwan, and Viet Nam.

Numerous meteorological and climatological research, studies, and publications.

Service in Gulfport, MS, August 1969, before, during, and after Hurricane Camille, including special predictions of the landfall and intensity of the hurricane (far more accurate than was predicted by the National Hurricane Center and the National Weather Service).  Weather support for the disaster operations of the Alabama and Mississippi Army National Guard (none of this was scheduled before the hurricane). 

Air Weather Service Weather Observer and Chief Weather Observer, 1960-1963.  

Served stateside on National Guard status during  Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962.  Served stateside on active duty during  Berlin Crisis, 1961-1962.

Supervision of Air Force weather observers. 

Comprehensive weather observations, with worldwide transmission of surface and upper air weather conditions.

Numerous meteorological and climatological research papers, studies, and publications.

Preparation of analyzed weather maps over North America and the Pacific Ocean.

Forecast assistance to Air Force Weather Officers, briefing pilots flying troop and cargo missions from the U.S. to Japan and to Southeast Asia. 

California State University, Northridge*:  Department of Geography, 1969-1970.

Assistant Professor, Meteorology and Climatology.

Teaching of courses in Meteorology, Climatology, and Atmospheric Sciences.

* known as San Fernando Valley State College prior to June 1971.








University of California, Los Angeles:  Department of Meteorology  (now Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences).


Ph.D., Meteorology, 1972,  

M.A., Meteorology, 1965  (degree has been granted as M.S. since approximately 1970),  

B.A., Meteorology, 1963 (degree has been granted as B.S. since approximately 1970).

Research, and Publications, including Applications to Multi-Seasonal Weather Forecasting and the Understanding of Climatic Variations:

Research Meteorologist (post-doctoral), 1972-1975, under Dr. Jacob Bjerknes (1897-1975), Professor Emeritus of Meteorology, UCLA, and world-renowned author and founder of modern meteorology, with a major pioneering research paper published in 1976, and dedicated to the memory of Dr. Bjerknes.

Pyke, Charles B. 1976:  Effects of Equatorial Pacific Ocean Temperatures on Weather Patterns in the Western and Southern United States.

Pioneering research paper (post-doctoral) on the effects of El Niño and La Niña upon weather and precipitation patterns from California to Georgia.  

Comprehensive  Multi-Hundred Page Research Publication demonstrates that regions from Southern and Central California, eastward to Georgia and northern Florida, experience above normal precipitation from January into April during El Niño years, flooding larger river basins.

Paper was published in a major NORPAX (North Pacific Experiment) compendium of top meteorological and oceanographic research papers, including other pioneering studies by Dr. J. Bjerknes, Dr. J. Namias, and other very prominent meteorologists and oceanographers,

Major applications to long-range meteorological forecasting, including  seasonal and multi-seasonal weather outlooks, and to water resources and flood control operations over large portions of the United States. 

Doctoral Student, 1965-1972, of  Dr. J. Bjerknes, Professor Emeritus of Meteorology, UCLA.   Also studied with, and published a joint research paper under, Dr. William D.. Bonner,  Associate Professor of Meteorology, UCLA.

Pyke, Charles B., 1972:  "Some Meteorological Aspects of the Seasonal Distribution of Precipitation in the Western United States and Baja California." 

 Doctoral Dissertation, written and published under Dr. Bjerknes, 1968-1972. 

The month of maximum precipitation along the west coast of the United States progresses southward from November in northwestern Washington to February in Southern California, then jumps back to December in Baja California because of the warmer ocean during the late fall southwest of Baja California.   Eastern slopes of major mountain ranges also experience more early-season precipitation, as winds blowing toward warmer water off the coast are uplifted over the eastern slopes of the mountains while western slopes receive more late-season rain and snow, as winds blowing toward the warming interior rise over the west slopes of the mountains.

Significant applications to the understanding of seasonal variations in precipitation west and east of major mountain ranges, and to quantitative precipitation forecasting in different seasons.

Pyke, Charles B.,  W.D. Bonner, and R.J. Hickey, 1969.  Research paper, written and published under Dr. Bonner. 

Analysis of major flood-producing January 1969 storms in Southern California, when satellite charts showed giant plumes of heavy tropical cloudiness streaming northward from near the equator directly into Southern California, colliding with cool, moist air from the Gulf of Alaska -- thus greatly enhancing the rainfall in Southern California (up to 55 inches in 11 days along the southern slopes of the mountains northeast of Los Angeles). 

Major applications to the forecasting of intense western U.S. storms, and to the determination of probable maximum precipitation for the safety of dams, plus 100-year rainfall, as well as to other flood-control studies and operations .

Graduate Student, 1963-1965, of  Dr. J. Bjerknes, Professor of Meteorology, UCLA. 

Pyke, Charles B., 1965.  Master's Thesis on precipitation patterns of California, written and published under Prof. Bjerknes: 

Research into geographic sizes of West Coast storms and the negative correlations of wet and dry precipitation patterns between Southern California and the Pacific Northwest . . . plus . . . An analysis of the past 150 years of West Coast precipitation shows periods of highly anomalous above and below normal precipitation for various months and seasons, lasting 15 to 30 years.  Included are the frequencies of tropical storms moving  northward into Southern California, especially the Santa Barbara area, during early decades of the 20th Century.  This research paper turned out to be predecessor discovery of climatic variations later found to be major components of the  Pacific Decadal Oscillation.  

Significant applications to storm forecasting and to multi-decadal variations in Pacific storm tracks and long-term rainfall and snowfall conditions throughout the western United States, including short-term climate changes (not associated with any Global Warming or Cooling).

Undergraduate Student, 1956-1957, 1958-1961, and 1962-1963 Meteorology Major.  Physics, Mathematics, Climatology, and Geography Minors.

Pyke, Charles B., 1963:  "On the Role of Air-Sea Interaction in the Development of Cyclones."  Written under Dr. Joanne Malkus  (later  -- and now the late -- Dr. Joanne Simpson), Professor of Meteorology, UCLA.  Paper won national MacElwane Award for original pioneering undergraduate research paper

Oceanic storms centered a few hundred kilometers off the coast of a continent frequently intensify rapidly when cold continental air pours out over warmer ocean water, and thermal energy becomes converted into kinetic energy, increasing the storm's circulation and hence its winds and precipitation.  This is frequently seen in the Gulf of Alaska and off the East Coast of the United States, where major "nor'easters" develop and very rapidly intensify off of the Mid-Atlantic States, New England, and southeastern Canada. 

This award-winning study, published in the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, January 1964, was featured as their lead paper, with a full-page front cover illustration, depicting the wind and waves of a major storm at sea -- demonstrating the air-sea interaction discussed in this paper. 

Major application to the understanding of the rapid development of oceanic storms when fed by cold air pouring out from land masses, and to the forecasting of intense oceanic storms, including "perfect storm" scenarios.   Hurricane Sandy, late October 2012, exhibited some characteristics of this type of storm.

Military Education.

U.S. Air Force:   Advanced Weather Officer Course, 1969.   Squadron Officer Course, 1963.   Air Traffic Control Course, 1961.

U.S. Air Force:   Aviation Meteorological Observations and Weather Mapping Course, 1960.  Winner, American Spirit of Honor Medal.

U.S. Navy:   Naval Engineering plus General Engineering and Sciences.  Special  U.S. Marine Corps  Field Training.  U.S. Naval Academy, 1957-1958.

U.S. Army:   Reserve Officer Training Corps,  General Military Engineering and Training,  UCLA, 1956-1957.

Preparatory Education.

Beverly Hills High School,  Physical Sciences and Mathematics Majors, 1952-1956:   Honor Graduate.

    Beverly Hills High School received consistent academic and scholastic rankings of No. 1 in the United States during the years 1952-1956.








Author of hundreds of forensic meteorological and climatic discovery & analysis reports, plus other studies for litigation and insurance cases, 1989-present.  

Author of numerous meteorological, hydrometeorological, and climatic research reports, 1989-present.  Contributing author of dozens of other such reports.

Author of a comprehensive hydroclimatological study of the greatest historical storms in the western United States, 1994. 

Author or contributing author of hundreds of Situation Reports on storms, floods, earthquakes, and other events, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 1971-1990.

Contributing author of numerous Design Manuals, Water Control Manuals, and Environmental Reports. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles, 1971-1989.

Author of Sepulveda Dam Water Control Manual,  U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles, 1987.

Author of comprehensive Storm Studies, Parts I and II, for August 1951 and September 1970 storms, Arizona,  U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles, 1973-1974. 

Author of a number of Air Weather Service manuals, research reports, and other publications, U.S. Air Force, 1960-1973 







PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS  (selected list):  active [a], recent [r], and past [p} include:

American Meteorological Society [a]   Former President, Secretary, and Treasurer, Los Angeles Chapter

California Weather Association [r].

American Water Resources Association [r].

Los Angeles Geographical Society [r].

National Weather Association [p].

Air Force Association [p].







Telephone contact  for Dr. Pyke:   (844) 330-3800 Environmental Services.      (888) 786-7696 Expert Witness Services.     Alternate (800)-843-7246.




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