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and challenges for prediction to 2050 (NUTCAT-2050) project (Changing Water Cycles programme) (Changing Water Cycles programme) led by the University of Lancaster (started August 2013). National Institute for Health Research Health Protection Research Unit (NIHR HPRU) in Environmental Change and Health (2014-present) High-End Climate Impacts and eXtremes (HELIX) Resources UK Climate-crop modelling The Inter-Sectoral Impact Model Intercomparison Project
data management roles in the Natural Environment Research Council before joining SEPA. Fiona has a PhD entitled 'Lake and ocean vertical mixing using sulphur hexafluoride tracer techniques' from the University of East Anglia and a BSc in Environmental Sciences from Lancaster University.
within the environmental consultancy sector working on local air quality management and also other environmental science issues. Steven has a 1st Class degree in Environmental Chemistry from the University of Leeds and a Masters of Research in Environmental Science from the University of Lancaster.
Lancaster University in 1997. After working as a Data Analyst at the Higher Education Statistics Agency and the National Grid, he joined the Met Office in 2001. In his first role as a climatologist, Matthew was responsible for developing and applying methods for the analysis and presentation of UK climate
between Preston and Carlisle. 43,000 homes across north-east England were left without power and on 5 December 61,000 homes in Lancaster lost power when the electrical substation was flooded. Storm Desmond satellite imagery
uncertainties and challenges for prediction to 2050 (NUTCAT-2050) project (Changing Water Cycles programme), led by the University of Lancaster (2013-2017). National Institute for Health Research Health Protection Research Unit (NIHR HPRU) in Environmental Change and Health (2014-2016) Nexus Network Think Piece
development, support and application of local dispersion models (ADMS), and regional model experts from the universities of Birmingham, Edinburgh, Hertfordshire and Lancaster. This project has been awarded in response to the call for ‘Urban Outdoor Air Quality Modelling’ to provide a high-resolution
deflagration to assist with developing accident prevention and mitigation for hydrogen tanks. JADE: Joint Academic Data Science Endeavour – 2 (JADE 2) Led by: University of Oxford EPSRC support: £5.5 million Partners: Universities of Bath, Bristol, Cambridge, Exeter, Lancaster, Leeds, Loughborough
temperatures (Myhre et al., 2013). New Study A new tool developed by scientists at the Met Office Hadley Centre, in collaboration with Lancaster University, enables assessment of the impact of future changes in air pollutant emissions on air quality and climate. The tool uses input from multiple
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