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Climate Science for Service Partnership Brazil

Research (INPA) and the National Centre for Monitoring and Early Warning of Natural Disasters(CEMADEN). UK academic partners include the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, University of Edinburgh, University of Exeter, University of Leeds University of Oxford, and the University of Reading.  UK

United Kingdom Chemistry and Aerosols (UKCA) Model

, it began as a joint project between the Met Office and the Universities of Cambridge and Leeds. Since then, contributions to UKCA are also being provided by work at the Universities of Oxford, Reading, East Anglia and Lancaster. For further information on UKCA, see UKCA hosted by the University

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LEEDS CLIMATE CHANGE The Science Temperature – The high altitude of The Pennines to the west creates an environment that is frequently cool, dull and wet. The city centre is likely to experience warmer temperatures than the surrounding areas due to the urban heat island. Rainfall can be quite

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and Leeds City Council. However, the group agreed that the information couldn’t provide robust estimates of changes in intense rainfall and wanted to understand how UKCP18 could. At the other extreme, although prolonged drought is a relatively infrequent hazard in Yorkshire, the consequences are costly

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Increased climate change risk to permafrost

A new international research study, including climate change experts from the University of Leeds, University of Exeter and the Met Office, reveals that permafrost is more sensitive to the effects of global warming than previously thought. The study, published today in Nature Climate Change

Met Office Academic Partnership

The Met Office Academic Partnership is a cluster of research excellence that brings together the Met Office and institutions who are among the leading UK Universities in weather and climate science (UCL, University of Bristol, University of Exeter, University of Leeds, University of Oxford

Climate Science for Service Partnership China

Facilities Council, UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, University of Birmingham, University of East Anglia , University of Edinburgh, University of Exeter,  University of Leeds, University of Leicester, University of Oxford, University of Reading. UK institutes can find out about research calls

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LEEDS CLIMATE CHANGE The Results Explained Main advances in UKCP: State-of-the-art global climate models Innovative regional climate models Up-to-date observational data Significant user engagement Locally relevant climate information to enhance resilience Our future climate is determined

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Prof Richard Betts MBE, Met Office Keynote speakers Baroness Brown of Cambridge, Member of House of Lords Prof Dame Julia Slingo, former Met Office Chief Scientist Panellists Prof Tim Benton, Chatham House Dr Pam Berry, Oxford University Prof Suraje Dessai, Leeds University Prof Hayley Fowler

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