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Birmingham observations map - Met Office

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Birmingham Tornado 28 July 2005

Thursday 28 July 2005 (Birmingham Tornado) Weather chart for 1200 UTC on 28 July 2005 General summary Northern Ireland had some early sunshine but a wet afternoon and evening. Much of Scotland was cloudy and there was some rain especially in the south in the afternoon and evening. The Western

Birmingham weather forecast map - Met Office

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Dr Victoria Chapman

years, Victoria has delivered a range of weather and climate change consultancy projects for various industries. She is a scientific advisor on low adhesion, leaf fall, and wind throw projects for the rail sector. Victoria holds an Honorary Senior Research Fellowship at the University of Birmingham

Dr Elliott Warren

for London. Prior to this, Elliott completed his MSc at the University of Birmingham, and subsequently worked as a research technician, looking after the Birmingham Urban Climate Laboratory observation network of air temperature sensors and automatic weather stations.

Dr Deborah Hemming

understanding and modelling of the interactions between vegetation and climate. She is also Senior Visiting Research Fellow at the Birmingham Institute of Forest Research, Birmingham University, studying the seasonal dynamics of phenology and carbon allocation in the mature woodland Free-Air-CO2

Clean Air funding awards

March 2022 Birmingham University is leading a new project funded by the Met Office and UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) to design tools that can produce accurate models of indoor air quality.  The project aims to increase the understanding of indoor air pollutants and enable people planning

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Ground-breaking research in the Amazon announced

collaborations and will also serve to strengthen research in the UK. Through the BIFoR-FACE project near Birmingham, the UK will be able to further develop new large-scale technologies for the forestry and meteorological sectors.  FACE experiments are used successfully in several locations around

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