Robert FitzRoy and the first forecasts.
SPEAKER: Peter Moore, author of "The Weather Experiment".
Meteorological research within the University of Reading
A showcase of PhD student studies from the Department of Meteorology, including a mixture of short presentations and poster sessions on current re
Art and skies.
This meeting provides an opportunity to explore how weather phenomena and in particular clouds and the skies have been explored and understood thr
Improving weather and climate prediction in the Arctic using a research aircraft.
SPEAKER: Prof Ian Renfrew, University of East Anglia.ABSTRACT:
Christmas Meeting: ‘A look back at the weather of 2015’ and Photo Competition results.
What better way to end the year than by having a look back and reminding ourselves of the highs and lows of the weather… with a glass of mulled wi
Classic Papers 2015: Getting up to speed with Jet Streams.
Many meteorologists, particularly radio and television weather presenters, give the impression there is but one wave-like jet stream encircling th
Title and speaker TBC.
ABSTRACT: TBC shortly.--------------------------------------
Examples of aspects of the micro-climate of the North Wales coast.
SPEAKER: David Lee FRMetS (formerly senior forecaster for the UK Met Office).
Feedbacks between the arctic and climate change.
SPEAKER: Prof Phil Wookey, Heriot-Watt University.ABSTRACT: TBC shortly.
An education in agricultural meteorology.
SPEAKER: Dr James Milford, Dept of Meteorology, University of Reading, 1966-1994 and Dept of Physics, University of Zimbabwe, 1995-2007
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