Methane: The unnatural gas.
SPEAKER: Dr Grant Allen, University of Manchester.
Planning For Climate Change Conference Series - 12th March 2015 DUBLIN
Following on from the success of our Inaugural ‘Planning for Climate Change’ Conference in December 2014, on the 25th June 2015 in London at the U
Post-Graduate student talks.
Boundary layer impacts of wind farms under a temperature inversion, Jonathan Pennells, University of Leeds.
The beginnings of meteorology in England. Motivation, context and aims of late-medieval weather observations.
Speaker: Dr Kathleen Pribyl, Climatic Research Unit, University of East Anglia.
European Commission workshop “A European Roadmap for Climate Services”.
The event is organised by the DIRECTORATE-GENERAL FOR RESEARCH & INNOVATION and it is a follow-up of the Workshop "Towards a European market f
Future measurements for climate monitoring.
Lighting the Fire Within: An Oklahoma Meteorologist Forecasts for the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympic Games.
SPEAKER: Professor David Schultz, University of Manchester
Skilful long range winter forecasts for Europe, North America and the North Atlantic Oscillation
SPEAKER: Prof Adam Scaife, Met Office Hadley Centre.
The Titanic: iceberg risk and climate, then and now.
Speaker: Grant Bigg
Burning bridges; “lower-carbon” fossil fuels, climate change and the importance of timescales in transition.
Speaker: Dr John Broderick, University of Manchester.
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