Charles B. Pyke, Ph.D.

Forensic  Meteorologist  and  Expert  Witness

Weather Forecaster  and  Seasonal Weather Outlook  Specialist

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

Research  Meteorologist, and  Provider, Infrastructure  inspection & Restoration, plus  Wave & Tidal  Energy  Generation

Provider,  Ocean Water  Desalination,  Environmental Impact Statements, Reports, & Site Assessments, and Flood Warning

Provider, Climatic and Hydrologic Data, with Expert Mapping, Graphing, and Pinpoint Interpolation to Specific Locations




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Charles B. Pyke, Ph.D., Forensic Meteorologist, Expert Witness, Specialized Weather Forecaster, Specialist in Seasonal Weather Outlooks, plus Research Meteorologist, Climatologist, and Hydrometeorologist.

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

Two Corporations:  President, CEO, CFO, Treasurer, Director, and Principal Scientist (see below)

Two Companies:  Principal Scientist and Primary Expert Witness (see below)

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers:  Former Flood Control Meteorologist

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

California State University, Northridge:  Former Assistant Professor of Climatology




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Expert  Witness Testimony,  Specialized  Weather  Forecasting,  and  Research,  plus  Services  Offered  by  Dr. Pyke's  Companies

More compact website résumés of Dr. Pyke are also available, plus a brief résumé of Dr. Pyke that also describes the services of his corporations.  Telephone (888) 786-7696.

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Charles B. Pyke, Ph.D., President, CEO, and CFO of two corporations;  Principal Scientist of these and two other companies.

Contact Information  (if no immediate answer, allow at least 5-6 rings, as every call rolls over to Dr. Pyke's cell phone on ring number 3): 

Environmental Science & Energy, Inc.:  Founding Partner, President, CEO, CFO, Treasurer, Director, and Principal Scientist  (520) 625-8317.

Structural Integrity Solutions, Inc.:  Founding Partner, President, CEO, CFO, Treasurer, Director, and Principal Scientist  (520) 625-8213.

Associated Science Experts, LLC:  Founder, Owner, Managing Member, Principal Scientist, and Primary Expert Witness  (888) 786-7696.

American Weather & Hydrology, LLC:  Principal Scientist, Seasonal Weather Specialist,  and Primary Expert Witness  (520) 625-8316.   

Dr. Charles Pyke, cellular:  (520) 310-9931 - receives roll-over calls from any of the numbers above.

FAX:  (760) 868-0906.


Mailing addresses:  P. O. Box 292760, Phelan, CA  92329-2760  or  P. O. Box 1747, Green Valley, AZ  85622-1747  USA.







 Fields of Specialization, Meteorology and Climatology,  by  Dr. Pyke, plus Services Offered.  Specific Topics (Keywords):

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.  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.  Drought Expert Witness.  Dust Storm Expert Witness.  El Niño Expert Witness.  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.  Global Warming Modeling.  Hail Expert Witness.  Heat Index Expert Witness.  Heat Island Expert Witness.  Humidity Expert Witness.  La Niña 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.  Ocean Surface Temperature Expert Witness.  Pacific Decadal Oscillation Expert Witness.  Precipitation Expert Witness.  Precipitation Frequency Analysis.  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.  Thermo-Haline Ocean Circulation Modeling.   Tornado Expert Witness.  Twilight Expert Witness.  Visibility Expert Witness.  Weather Data.  Weather Expert Witness.  Weather Forecast Specialist.  Weather Forecasts for Film Industry.  Weather Forecasts for Film Production.  Weather Forecasts for Major Media Events.  Weather Outlook Specialist.   Wind Expert Witness.  






Comprehensive Résumé (C.V.)




Forensic Discovery, Analysis, and Expert Witness Testimony  for litigation, criminal cases, and insurance cases related to weather, floods, and other natural phenomena.  Certified weather data, expert data analysis, maps, graphs, and court trial exhibits.  (call (888) 786-7696 for a list of forensic cases).

Rain, wind, snow, ice, hail, fog smoke, blowing dust and sand, extreme temperatures, wind chill, drought, leading to fire, structural damage, crop loss, livestock loss..

Wet, icy, or snow-covered ground or roadways, contributing to accidents, slip and fall, etc.

Weather conditions resulting in delays of construction activities or outdoor events.

Sun glare, sunrise, sunset, twilight, position and angle of sun or moon, moon phase and brilliance. 

Transcripts of public weather forecasts issued on specific dates for that date and/or future dates.

Frequency or return period of precipitation, snow depth, wind speeds, and various other weather phenomena. 

Specialized Weather Forecasts and Seasonal Weather Outlooks: 

Specialized custom weather forecasts for film production companies (feature films, TV series, commercials), major media events, insurance companies, construction and roofing, paving, grading, excavation, agriculture, wineries, and many other applications.

Monthly, seasonal, and multi-seasonal  weather outlooks (a specialty of Dr. Pyke). 

Research and Development, Studies, and Other Services:

Research projects and studies in meteorology, hydrometeorology, climatology, and related scientific fields;  investigation of historical storms and floods.

Climatic frequency analyses, heating-ventilation-air conditioning (HVAC) climatic tables, climatic actuarial calculations for insurance, and other studies.

Development of 100-year rainfall and Probable Maximum Precipitation for the design of dams, spillways, reservoirs, levees, and flood control channels.

Public lectures, scientific textbooks, documentaries for television, DVDs, and the Internet.   

More details of Dr. Pyke's specialties are incorporated into the Scientific Services Currently Provided section at the end of this résumé. 









General professional meteorological experience (plus key academic research publications) includes: 

1989-present:  Forensic Meteorological Discovery and Expert Testimony,  Hundreds of cases as a court-qualified Expert Witness, with court trial testimony in several dozens of these cases and depositions in even more cases, all conducted under American Weather & Hydrology, LLC,  Associated Science Experts, LLC, and Continental Weather & Earth Sciences, Inc.   (Call (888) 786-7696 for a list of cases.)

Many hundreds of other forensic meteorological and climatological investigations.

Thousands of specialized weather forecasts, plus hundreds of monthly, seasonal, multi-seasonal, multi-year, and other long-range weather outlooks.

Development of design storms for dam and levee safety;  numerous other research projects and studies.. 

A variety of other specialized scientific services, conducted or managed by Dr. Pyke.

For a list of forensic cases, call (888) 786-7696.

1960-1990:  Specialized Weather Forecasts, Military Pilot Weather Briefings, and Seasonal Weather Outlooks, as well as Meteorological, Climatic, and Hydrometeorological Research and Studies, Development of Flood-Warning Systems, and Teaching Atmospheric Science, Meteorology, and Climatology (Assistant Professor, Lecturer, Laboratory Instructor, and Teaching Assistant):

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,  Charles B. Pyke, Ph.D., Civilian Meteorologist.

U.S. Air Force, Air Weather Service, and California Air National Guard,  Captain Charles B. Pyke, Military Weather Officer and  Forecaster.

California State University, Northridge,  Charles B. Pyke, Assistant Professor, Meteorology.

University of California, Los Angeles,  Charles B. Pyke, Lecturer, Teaching Assistant, and Laboratory Instructor.

University of California, Los Angeles,  Charles B. Pyke, Undergraduate, Graduate, and Doctoral Student.

A national award-winning academic research paper on the atmospheric and oceanic ingredients for the development of  "perfect storms."

A master's thesis, under Prof. J. Bjerknes, that included short-term climatic variations found to be related to the  Pacific Decadal Oscillation. 

A doctoral dissertation, under Prof. J. Bjerknes, that analyzed seasonal distribution of precipitation in western North America, including the eastern and western slopes of mountains.

University of California, Los Angeles,  Charles B. Pyke, Ph.D., Post-Doctoral Research Meteorologist.

A four-year post-doctoral study, under Prof. J. Bjerknes, pioneering the relationship of  El Niño and  La Niña  to North American weather.






Private company experience, Meteorology and Climatology, includes: 

American Weather & Hydrology, LLC dba California Weather & Earth Sciences 

Principal Scientist, Seasonal Weather Outlook Specialist, and Primary Forensic Meteorologist / Primary Expert Witness, 2004 - present.

Experience and services provided include:

Hundreds of civil and criminal cases as a court-qualified Designated Expert Witness, with forensic discovery and investigations in meteorology and climatology, plus depositions and court trial testimony in several dozen of these cases.   (A list of Dr. Pyke's Expert Witness cases is available at (888) 786-7696.)

Thousands of specialized weather forecasts and seasonal weather outlooks for film production companies, major events, construction and roofing, wineries, agriculture, and other applications.

Research & development and studies in meteorology, climatology, and hydrology, including heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) climate studies. 

Go to  American Weather & Hydrology, LLC.

Associated Science Experts, LLC

Founder, Owner, Managing Member, Principal Scientist, Forensic Meteorologist, and Primary Expert Witness, 2004 - present . 

(plus Associated Science Experts as a dba to Continental Weather & Earth Sciences, Inc., 1999-2004).     

Experience includes:

Numerous cases as a court-qualified Expert Witness, with forensic meteorology discovery and investigations, depositions, and court trial testimony. 

(A list of Dr. Pyke's Expert Witness cases is available at (888) 786-7696.)

Several major research projects in meteorology, climatology, hydrometeorology, and other scientific and engineering fields. 

Go to  Associated Science Experts, LLC.

Continental Weather & Earth Sciences, Inc.  (plus predecessor corporate names)

President, Chief Executive Officer, Principal Scientist, and Primary Forensic Meteorologist / Primary Expert Witness, 1989-2004. 

Chairman of the Board, 1989-1999.

Experience includes:

Hundreds of cases as a court-qualified Expert Witness, including depositions and trial testimony in a great many of these cases.

Many thousands of specialized weather forecasts and hundreds of seasonal and other long-range weather outlooks.

A comprehensive hydroclimatological study of maximum historical storms in the western states

Other major meteorological and climatological research projects, including HVAC projects.




Recently established corporations include: 



Structural Integrity Solutions, Inc. 

President, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer, and Principal Scientist, 2014 - present .

Founding Partner, President, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer, and Principal Scientist, 2013.

Management of a recently founded corporation dedicated to the structural integrity of bridges (including railroad bridges), dams, chemical and power plants, natural gas pipelines, oil refineries, factories, schools, stadiums, amusement parks, airports, homes, large buildings, and other infrastructure:  inspection and repair -- or possible replacement.

Environmental Science & Energy, Inc.

President, Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer, and Principal Scientist, 2014 - present .

Founding Partner, President, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer, and Principal Scientist, 2013.

Management of a recently founded corporation dedicated to the development of high-tech swiveling and adjustable-angle solar panels, plus ocean wave, tidal, and small-stream hydroelectric energy, as well as local wind, geothermal, and other renewable energy, in addition to salt water desalination, environmental impact statements and reports, site assessments, certified hazmat training, scientific instrumentation, flood-warning systems, global warming/cooling climate modeling, and other scientific services. 




Government, military, and university  experience  includes: 


U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District: Reservoir Regulation Section and Hydrologic Engineering Section.

Flood Control Meteorologist (civilian), 1971-1990.

Experience includes:

Forensic meteorological testimony in court trials as an expert witness on historical storm and flood events.

Customized weather forecasts, including Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts, plus seasonal weather outlooks for flood control, water resources, and construction.

Design and development of state-of-the art remote-telemetry flood-warning systems, with automatic rain and stream gauges in hills above communities. 

Publication of flash flood warning brochures, in English and Spanish, for campers and visitors to any flood-prone area.

Development of design storms, including 100-year Rainfall and Probable Maximum Precipitation, for the safety of many dams,  reservoirs, and river channels.

Preparation and publication of water control manuals for reservoir operations.

Meteorological, hydrometeorological, and climatic research on many projects. 

Presentation, explanation, and demonstration of the above items at public meetings and hearings.

U.S. Air Force and California Air National Guard:  Military Air Transport Service and Military Airlift Command.  

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

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

Formulation of Air Force policies for weather operations.  Supervision of Air Force, Air Force Reserve, and Air National Guard weather officers and weather observers. 

Daily weather briefings to Air Force pilots flying local, U.S., and overseas missions.  Support to regional Air Force centers in the U.S. and around the world.

Special weather forecasts, August 1969, Gulfport, MS, before, during, and after Hurricane Camille, supporting Alabama and Mississippi Army National Guard disaster operations.

Meteorological research on numerous projects, with published reports.

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

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

Comprehensive weather observations; supervision of  Air Force, Air Force Reserve, and Air National Guard weather observers.

Preparation of analyzed weather maps, Pacific and North America.  Forecast assistance to Air Force Weather Officers, briefing pilots flying from U.S. to SE Asia. 

Meteorological research on various projects, with published reports.

University of California, Los Angeles:  Department of Meteorology.

Lecturer, Laboratory Associate, Research Assistant, and Teaching Assistant, 1964-1971.  Included were two special summer Meteorology programs for gifted students, 1964 and 1965..

California State University, Northridge:  Department of Geography.

Assistant Professor, Meteorology and Climatology, 1969-1970.  Included were Meteorology courses for Geography and Climatology majors.








University of California, Los Angeles:  Department of Meteorology and Atmospheric Sciences.

Degrees:   Ph.D., Meteorology, 1972,   M.A., Meteorology, 1965,   B.A., Meteorology, 1963.

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

Research Meteorologist (post-doctoral), 1972-1976, under Dr. Jacob Bjerknes, Professor Emeritus of Atmospheric Sciences, UCLA, and world-renowned author and founder of modern meteorology.

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 how El Niño and La Niña affect  weather and precipitation patterns from California to Georgia. 

Comprehensive  Research Publication on why regions from Southern California, and often northern Mexico, eastward to southern Mississippi, Alabama, and Georgia, plus northern Florida, tend to experience much above normal precipitation from January through April during El Niño years.  The precipitation usually occurs in the form of repeated moderate storms, each of duration of approximately two days.  The accumulated effects of these storms fill reservoirs and generate flooding in larger river basins. 

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

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

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

Analysis of major flood-producing January 1969 storms in Southern California, when satellite charts (new at that time) showed giant plumes of cloudiness streaming northward from the equator directly into Southern California, as cold air from the Gulf of Alaska streamed southeastward behind these plumes, greatly intensifying the rainfall in Southern California (up to 55 inches in 11 days along the south slopes of the San Gabriel Mountains). 

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

Pyke, Charles B., 1972:  "Some Meteorological Aspects of the Seasonal Distribution of Precipitation in the Western United States and Baja California."  Doctoral Dissertation, written under Dr. Bjerknes, 1968-1972. 

The month of maximum precipitation in the far western United States progresses southward from November in northwestern Washington to February in Southern California, but jumps back to December in Baja California.  The eastern slopes of major mountain ranges, such as the Sierra Nevada, experience more early-season precipitation than the western slopes at comparable latitudes. 

Significant applications to the understanding of seasonal variations in precipitation west and east of major mountain ranges, to the types and intensities of storms experienced in the western United States, and to quantitative precipitation forecasting in different seasons in various portions of the western U.S.

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

Pyke, Charles B., 1965.  Master's Thesis on precipitation patterns of California: 

Applications to geographic sizes of West Coast storms and the distances from the centers of these storms that areas will necessarily be dry.  In months when Southern California experiences above normal precipitation, Southern Oregon tends to be dry, and vice-versa.  The same negative correlation applies to Central California and Central Washington . . . plus . . . An analysis of the past century of West Coast precipitation also shows periods of above and below normal precipitation, for the year as a whole, and for individual months and seasons, lasting 15-30 years. 

Significant applications to storm forecasting and to quasi-decadal and multi-decadal variations in Pacific storm tracks and long-term rainfall and snowfall conditions throughout the western United States, including short-term climate changes.  This turned out to be predecessor research on climatic variations that were later found to be  components of the  Pacific Decadal Oscillation. 

Undergraduate Student, 1956-1957, 1958-1961, and 1962-1963, UCLA.. 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 miles off the coast of a continent during late fall and winter frequently intensify rapidly, as cold air from the continent pours out over warmer ocean water, and thermal energy becomes converted into kinetic energy.   

This award-winning paper was published in the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, January 1964, and featured as their lead article, with a full-page illustration on the front cover of that issue. 

Major application to the understanding of the development of oceanic storms when fed by cold air pouring out from land masses, and to the forecasting of major oceanic storms, including "perfect storm" scenarios.

Military Education.

U.S. Air Force:   Advanced Weather Officer Course, 1969.

U.S. Air Force:   Squadron Officer Course, 1963.

U.S. Air Force:   Air Traffic Control Course, 1961.

U.S. Air Force:   Chanute Technical Training Center:  Meteorological Observations / Weather Mapping Course, 1960.  Winner, American Spirit of Honor Medal.

U.S. Navy:   General Engineering & Sciences and Military Engineering, including 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 and other studies for litigation and insurance cases and for other clients, 1989-present.  [Many of these reports have been published by the courts, insurance companies, and other clients.]

Author of many hundreds of meteorological, climatic, and other research reports for various clients, 1989-present. [Most of these reports have been published by the clients.]  Contributing author of hundreds of other such reports.

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 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers General Design Memoranda, Storm Studies, Environmental Impact Statements and Reports, Survey Reports, Water Control Manuals, Construction Design Manuals, and other publications, 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 Storms of August 1951 and September 1970, Central Arizona, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles, 1973-1974. 

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


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS,  active [a], recent [r], and past [p} include:

American Meteorological Society [a].

California Weather Association [r].

American Water Resources Association [r].

Los Angeles Geographical Society [r].

National Weather Association [p].

Sigma Xi [p].

Air Force Association [p].

National Guard Association of California [p].  











SCIENTIFIC SERVICES PROVIDED and OFFERED by DR. PYKE  and his companies and corporations:

For greater detail of the services provided and offered, plus websites and contact telephone numbers, go to and

scroll to the bottom section of the website.


Forensic Discovery and Expert Witness Testimony.


Climatic, Meteorological, Hydrologic, and Other Geophysical Data  from a 30,000-gigabyte data base, along with detailed expert data analysis.

Preparation of Maps, Graphs, and Court Trial Exhibits.


Customized Weather Forecasts and Seasonal & Multi-Seasonal Weather Outlooks. 

Weather Alerts and Warnings. 

Certified Weather Observers. 

Hydrometeorological and Hydrologic Studies and Services:  Design storms, 100-year rain, and Probable Maximum Precipitation.

Global Warming and Climatic Change Modeling, along with Thermo-Haline Ocean Circulation Modeling.

ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENERGY SERVICES  by Environmental Science & Energy, Inc.  (520) 625-8317:

Environmental Impact Statements and Reports, Site Assessments, Scientific Instruments, and other environmental services. 

Certified Hazardous Materials Training, conducted by certified instructors.

High-Tech Solar Energy, including swiveling and adjustable-angle solar panels that track the sun across the sky in every season, for maximum efficiency.

Ocean Wave, Tidal, and Small-Stream Hydroelectric Energy, plus Local Wind and Geothermal Energy. 

STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY SERVICES  by Structural Integrity Solutions, Inc.  (520) 625-8213:

Inspection, Repair, and Restoration of Structures and Infrastructure, including Bridges Dams, and other infrastructure.


Research & Development, Studies, and Other Services in meteorology and a variety of other scientific and engineering fields.

Scientific textbooks and software, as well as public lectures and science documentaries for television, DVD, and Internet 


Mailing address for Dr. Pyke and for Structural Integrity Solutions, Inc., Environmental Science & Energy, Inc., and Associated Science Experts, LLC:

P. O. Box 1747, Green Valley, AZ  85622-1747  USA  (preferred).

822 W. Calle del Regalo, Green Valley, AZ  85614-2806  USA  (street address for only those deliveries that must go to a physical address).

Mailing address for American Weather & Hydrology, LLC:

P. O. Box 292760, Piñon Hills, CA  92329-2760  USA..




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