Meetings and seminars

Lunchtime Seminars – Spring Term 2018

Lunchtime Seminars take place during term time on Tuesdays from 13:00 to 13:50 in the Sutcliffe Lecture Theatre, Meteorology Building GU01, University of Reading, Earley Gate. The Meteorology and Agriculture Buildings can be located using the "find us" link at the bottom of this page. Seminars are given by students and staff in the Department and cover a broad range of topics related to weather and climate. Everyone is welcome to attend.

For a copy of the schedule please click here


Programme

9 Jan Stephen Burt
Photographing Weather
16 Jan James Shaw
Numerical advection over steep terrain
23 Jan Alan Grant
Parametrizing NEMO
30 Jan Ying Ying Toh
Climate model systematic biases in the Maritime Continent: mean state and teleconnections
6 Feb Joseph Taylor
Trouble in paradise: Climate change, extreme weather and wildlife conservation on a tropical island
13 Feb Shannon Mason
Preparing for EarthCARE: radar-lidar-radiometer synergy retrievals with the first Doppler radar in space
20 Feb Sarah Bentley
Predicting the effects of the solar wind on the waves that drive Earth's radiation belts
27 Feb Lina Boljka
Baroclinic and barotropic aspects of wave, mean-flow interaction
6 Mar Andrew Prata
Ash clouds, aviation and risk: how to make fast and robust decisions during the next volcanic eruption
13 Mar Philip Craig
The role of atmospheric moisture transport in the salinity of the Atlantic Ocean
20 Mar Jonathan Elsey
Accurate spectral measurements of solar radiation - why we need improved understanding in the near-infrared


Any questions about the programme? Or would you like to present a Lunchtime Seminar in the future? Contact: Ross Herbert r.j.herbert@reading.ac.uk


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