Meetings and seminars

Lunchtime Seminars – Spring Term 2017

Lunchtime Seminars take place 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.


Programme

10 January Brian Hoskins
KEYNOTE SEMINAR. How do Hadley Cells work?
17 January Ewan Pinnington
Tales from the Alice Holt Forest: Carbon fluxes, data assimilation and fieldwork
24 January Luke Barnard
Improving coronal mass ejection forecasting with heliospheric imagers; what are we doing wrong?
31 January Zahra Mousavi
Climate change, Radiative forcing and Hydrological cycle
7 February Annelize van Niekerk
Sensitivity of atmospheric circulation to orographic drag
14 February Jon Blower
KEYNOTE SEMINAR.The Institute for Environmental Analytics: what we do and how we can help you
21 February Jonny Day
Sea ice variability, predictability and impacts
28 February Kelsey Mulder
What users’ decisions tell us about how we communicate hazard information
7 March Duick T. Young
Representing urban vegetation in weather and climate models
14 March Peter Cook
TBD
21 March Gerrit Holl
A Metrologically Traceable Uncertainty Analysis for 40 Years of Satellite Measurements from the High Resolution Infrared Radiation Sounder (HIRS)
Any questions about the programme? Or would you like to present a Lunchtime Seminar in the future? Contact: Simon Thomas simon.thomas@reading.ac.uk


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