Lightweight Unmanned Aerial Systems in Atmospheric Science
SPEAKER: Dr Roland von Glasow, University of East Anglia.
When the Sun goes down: Atmospheric chemistry at night.
The Durham weather record: updates and some new directions for research.
SPEAKER: Professor Tim Burt, Durham University.
POST-GRADUATE STUDENT TALKS
Sam Hardy, University of Manchester – Cyclonic interactions in the 23-26 September 2012 UK floods.
The upper troposphere/lower stratosphere (UTLS) and its role in climate.
The UTLS - the tropopause region - has attracted major scientific interest and research funding due to its particular role in r
Seasonal prediction in mid-latitudes
SPEAKER: Dr Jeff Knight, Met Office, Exeter.
The History of Weather Ships
The History of Meteorology.
Dr Liz Bentley FRMetS, Chief Executive of the Royal Meteorological Society.
Trees, People and the Built Environment Conference II
The call for papers for the second Trees, People and the Built Environment conference is at
Predicting the weather in an uncertain world.
Speaker: Professor Alan Thorpe, European Centre for Medium Range Weather forecasts (ECMWF).
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