CARDIFF CLIMATE PACK INTRODUCTION This City Pack provides high level, non-technical summaries of climate change projections for an individual city or town. It uses scientific research to provide robust climate information to help decision makers plan for the future, enabling cities and towns
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to the nearest C for the medium emission scenario RCP4.5 1950 2020 2050 2100 London 35 C 36 C 37 C 39 C Cardiff 33 C 34 C 35 C 37 C Edinburgh 29 C 30 C 31 C 33 C Belfast 27 C 28 C 29 C 31 C One-day rainfall Table 2: The table shows the most likely one-day rainfall total in winter (Dec Jan Feb) for a one-in-fifty
Hadley Centre he earned his PhD in general relativity data analysis at Cardiff University and was a post-doc at Cardiff and briefly at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics in Potsdam. Gareth obtained his Physics degree at Birmingham University.
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, which is required to assimilate data from observations. Career background Joshua joined the Met Office in 2022 after graduating with a BSc in Physics from the University of Cardiff, where he achieved the School’s Prize for Outstanding Physics Project on work generating quasicrystalline structures.
The funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) will create the largest Arm-based supercomputer in Europe. The powerful new £6.5m facility, to be hosted by the Met Office in Exeter and utilised by the universities of Bath, Bristol, Cardiff and Exeter, the GW4
previously worked at the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) as an acoustic scientist, working on defence and security applications related to sound, both above and below water. He completed his PhD in Astrophysics at Cardiff University in 2014 and holds an MSci in Physics from the University of Bristol.
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with the University of Reading Department of Meteorology. Helen is also involved in work on using the FLake model in conjuction with JULES to improve weather forecasts in areas where there are lakes. Lakes have very different properties to the surrounding land surface so their presence can affect near surface temperature and wind. Career background Helen joined the Met Office in 2012 after completing an MPhys in Physics at Cardiff University.
for London and Cardiff, and 0.0-1.7 m for Edinburgh and Belfast. Under a high emissions scenario, this increases to 1.4-4.3 m for London and Cardiff, and 0.7-3.6 m for Edinburgh and Belfast. The new research provided similar projections for tide gauge locations around the UK coastline and combined
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