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The quiet revolution of numerical weather prediction: Dynamical challenges
To mark the retirement of Professor Alan Thorpe, and to coincide with the High Impact Weather (HIWeather) Project kick-off meeting.
The importance of ocean waves.
Ocean waves are very important for weather forecasting and climate modelling as well as for coastal communities, shipping routes and offshore indu
Weather for Private Pilot’s License holders.
The meeting will offer a mixture of informal talks and practical exercises with a focus on improving safety for General Aviation, particularly for
Antarctic Peninsula Mapping and Glacier-change Research.
SPEAKER: Dr. Alison Cook, Durham University.
Examples of aspects of the micro-climate of the North Wales coast.
SPEAKER: David Lee FRMetS (formerly senior forecaster for the UK Met Office).
Modelling the Climate of Tolkien's Middle Earth
SPEAKER: Prof Dan Lunt, University of Bristol.ABSTRACT
The Risk and Vulnerability of Europe to Severe Convective Storms.
SPEAKER: Prof David Schultz, University of Manchester.
Post-graduate student evening.
SPEAKERS: Mathematical modelling of melt-lake formation on an ice shelf - Samantha Buzzard, University of Reading.
The State of the UK Climate and work of the Met Office National Climate Information Centre.
SPEAKER: Mr Michael Kendon, Met Office National Climate Information Centre.
The Ups and Downs of Life in the Freezer: A Tale of Two Poles.
SPEAKER: Dr Ryan Neely, University of Leeds and Dr Anna Hogg, University of Leeds.
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