Classic Papers - The Greenhouse Effect
This ‘Classic Papers’ meeting marks the 50th anniversary of the death of Guy Callendar, one of the pioneers of
Changing temperature, rainfall and land management in the uplands - impacts on carbon storage, water quality and river flows.
Speaker: Professor Joseph Holden, School of Geography, University of Leeds.
The History of Meteorology.
SPEAKER: Prof Liz Bentley FRMetS, Chief Executive, The Royal Meteorological Society
MetraWeather; Commerical weather for forecasting in the UK
SPEAKERS: Abigail Mason and Madeline Starks ( recent UEA graduates)
Serving overseas - forecasting challenges in interesting environments.
Speaker: Jim Galvin, UK Met Office
Operational weather forecasting - how good have we got?
Speaker: Geoff Monk, Mountain Weather Information Service.
New uses for old weather.
SPEAKER: Dr Philip Brohan, Met Office, Exeter
Meteorological Observations for renewable energy sources.
******* THIS MEETING HAS BEEN CANCELLED *********
This is a joint meeting with the Scottish Local Centre.
Talk by Paul Cook, curator of The Royal Horticultural Society's garden Harlow Carr
The impact of a changing climate is now firmly at the top of the scientific, political and environmental agendas.
Darwin & FitzRoy written by Juliet Aykroyd.
In association with WAM, the Festival of Weather, Art and Music, each performance of Darwin & FizRoy will be preceded by a special talk or mus
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