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Earlier budburst linked to warmer springs

their support we would understand far less about the impacts of weather and climate change on wildlife in the UK.” Professor Tim Sparks, University of Coventry, added: “We know that most trees respond to increased temperature by leafing earlier in spring. This work confirms that this simple fact

Dr Deborah Hemming

at Coventry University in 1992 (thesis: 'Sea-ice change in the Eastern Arctic'), an MSc (distinction) in Applied Meteorology and Climatology in Birmingham University in 1994 (thesis: 'A dendroclimatological study of Dartmoor'), and a PhD 'Stable isotopes in tree rings - biosensors of climate

My winter – NHS Emergency Planning Manager Luke Peachey

Luke Peachey is the Emergency Planning Manager for University Hospitals Coventry (UHCW) and Warwickshire NHS Trust.

for University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire (UHCW) NHS Trust. He is responsible for developing and maintaining strategic plans for preventing and responding to a vast amount of emergencies. Luke is also responsible for reducing the impact of patients and the overall Trust during the response


99070 COVENTRY, COUNDON 119 52.42444 -1.53646 ENG 1998 99077 BRAMHAM 54 53.86887 -1.31879 ENG 1952 99078 MONKS WOOD 41 52.40161 -0.23695 ENG 1963 99079 SOUTHAMPTON, OCEANOGRAPHY CENTRE 26 50.89238 -1.39505 ENG 2000 99080 WISLEY 38 51.31079 -0.47634 ENG 1904 99081 NORTH WYKE 177 50.76873 -3.90392 ENG

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heat island effect, which results in higher urban temperatures compared with surrounding rural areas. WHAT AFFECTS THE REGION’S WEATHER? The West Midlands includes the urban areas of Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Coventry. Here are some of the types of weather that the Midlands region experiences


16.7 Santon Downham, Suffolk 39.0 0.3 16.1 Faversham, Kent 39.0 0.3 15.9 Wellesbourne, Warwickshire 39.0 0.3 16.2 Coton-in-the-Elms, Derbyshire 38.9 0.2 17.0 High Beach, Essex 38.8 0.1 15.9 Houghton Hall, Norfolk 38.7 0.0 16.9 Coventry, West Midlands 38.7 0.0 16.7 Benson, Oxfordshire 38.7 0.0 15.9 Many

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, -4.147 Automatic Church Lawford England 52.358, -1.33 Automatic Cirencester England 51.708, -1.994 Manual Coleshill England 52.48, -1.689 Automatic Coningsby England 53.094, -0.171 Automatic Copley England 54.624, -1.869 Manual Coton-in-the-elms England 52.737, -1.64 Automatic Coventry, Coundon


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