On the old whale trail: recreating the first leg of a 19th century whaling voyage.
Speaker: Matthew Ayre, University of Sunderland.
New insights into mesoscale structures in extra-tropical cyclones.
Climate change in the world’s largest desert: is Antarctica growing or shrinking?
Speaker: Dr Pippa Whitehouse, Durham University
OBSERVING POLLUTION IN THE STRATOSPHERE FROM SPACE: THE MICROWAVE LIMB SOUNDER
Speaker: Dr Hugh Pumphrey, University of Edinburgh
Hurricane Sandy: One Year After.
Speaker: Dr Jonathan Fairman, Jr., Centre for Atmospheric Science, School of Earth, Atmospheric, and Environmental Scie
Solar Influences on weather and forecasting.
Speaker: Professor Joanna Haigh, Professor of Atmospheric Physics and Head of Department of Physics, Imperial College London, President, R
Meteorological research within the University of Reading.
A showcase of postgraduate student studies from the Department of Meteorology, including a mixture of short presentations and poster sessions on c
Ocean and coupled ocean-atmosphere data assimilation.
Hot off the Press: What’s new in Climate Science?
Speaker: Professor Piers Forster, Professor of Physical Climate Change, Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science, University of Leeds
The Grantham Institute for Climate Change Annual Lecture 2013 - Anthropocene: the closing doors of climate targets.
Speaker: Professor Thomas Stocker, University of Bern, Switzerland & IPCC WGI Co-chair.
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