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.
On-line registration is now c
The Momentum Budget and its Role in Weather and Climate.
Angular momentum is a fundamental quantity characterizing the general circulation of the atmosphere.
Decision Analysis for Policy Support in Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation.
This workshop will bring scientists from a broad spectrum of the climate community together with decision makers, policy adviso
Introduction to Scientific Computing
The next NCAS Introduction to Scientific Computing Course is being held at the University of Reading, April 13-17 2015.
Marine Climate Change and Variability: The Observational Legacy of Matthew Fontaine Maury for Climate Change and Variability.
This special one-day seminar will celebrate US Navy Capt.
Burning bridges; shale gas, natural gas and the timescales of transition.
Speaker: Dr John Broderick, University of Manchester.
The Titanic: iceberg risk and climate, then and now.
Speaker: Grant Bigg
Skilful long range winter forecasts for Europe, North America and the North Atlantic Oscillation
SPEAKER: Prof Adam Scaife, Met Office Hadley Centre. (Download presentation below)
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