The Gordon Manley Lecture 2015: 1816 - the year without a summer - viewed from 2015.
SPEAKER: Prof Juerg Luterbacher, University of Giessen, Germany.
Advances in weather forecasting and their potential in building resilience.
SPEAKER: Prof Brian Golding OBE, Met Office.
Killer Weather: The Case of Heat Waves.
SPEAKER: Professor Glenn MacGregor, University of DurhamABSTRACT:
Jet streams and storm tracks in the North Atlantic sector.
SPEAKER: Dr Tim Woollings, University of Oxford.ABSTRACT: TBC
Adventures of a Storm Chaser.
SPEAKER: Miroslav Provod, University of Leeds.
50th anniversary of Numerical Weather Prediction (NWP) in the UK.
In November 1965 the Met Office launched its first operational NWP system with a big press conference.
Volcanic ash hazards – impacts, monitoring and mitigation.
SPEAKER: Dr Matt Watson, University of Bristol.
A short autobiography of a career in weather and climate.
SPEAKER: Prof John Houghton CBE FLSW FRSABSTRACT:
ABSTRACT: The annual Wilson meeting of the Atmospheric Electricity Group is concerned with a wide range of atmospheric electrical topics, includin
Transforming to a zero carbon world: challenges and opportunities.
Ahead of the Paris summit on climate change, 24 of the UK’s learned societies from across the sciences, social sciences, arts, humanities, medicin
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