Climate Change Science and Society.
The conference provides an update on the physical science behind climate change, its impacts,and how these impacts may be mitigated.
Forecasting the impacts of Space Weather.
Speaker: Dr Jenny Rourke RMet FRMetS, Met Office.
The Royal Meteorological Society's Annual General Meeting.
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Two hundred years of weather observations at the Radcliffe Observatory.
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The desolation of smog? Megacities and urban air quality
A recent WHO assessment identified air pollution exposure as "the world’s single largest environmental health risk”, and with m
The Ice Saints and the Spring Northerlies- a perspective on late-spring cold snaps.
Speaker: David Bowker
Weather and aircraft accidents.
SPEAKER: Afandi Darlington, Air Accidents Investigation Branch.
Climate Change and the Common Good: The Cultural Challenge
Thursday 23rd April 2015, 6.30pm (doors open at 6pm)
St Faith's Chapel, Crypt of St Paul's Cathedral
Where The Wild Things Are - Meteorological Measurements In Extreme Environments.
Speaker: Professor Ian Brooks, School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds
Cirrus and the Earth System.
This meeting aims to inform about the role of cirrus ice clouds in chemistry-climate interactions and Earth-system science.
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