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The London VAAC process

The London VAAC has specialist forecasters who produce volcanic ash advisories and guidance products using a combination of data from observations and models.

Introduction The Met Office NAME dispersion model is initialised with both meteorological and volcanic eruption data. This includes winds, temperature, humidity, height of plume, size of ash particles and more. NAME is the standard dispersion model used by London VAAC, but data from other

WAFC London Performance Indicators

These plots show the performance of WAFC London forecasts produced by the Met Office in the United Kingdom.

Verification statistics for the World Area Forecast Centre (WAFC) London data sets are produced by the Met Office for a range of different regions. Most regions correspond to those defined by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Commission for Basic Systems (CBS) to allow comparisons

Malcolm's Journey from London to HR Specialist

Malcolm joined the Met Office in 2016 to work on a selection of highly specialised HR projects, utilising the extensive set of skills he had attained whilst working for Transport For London.

Volcanic ash

London Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre (VAAC)

The London VAAC is an International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) designated centre, responsible for issuing advisories for volcanic eruptions originating in Iceland and the north-eastern corner of the North Atlantic.

Hosted and run by the Met Office from its Exeter UK headquarters, the London VAAC has specialist forecasters who produce volcanic ash advisories and guidance products using a combination of volcano data; satellite-based, ground-based and aircraft observations; weather forecast models and dispersion

London Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre (VAAC)

The London VAAC is an International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) designated centre, responsible for issuing advisories for volcanic eruptions originating in Iceland and the north-eastern corner of the North Atlantic.

Hosted and run by the Met Office from its Exeter UK headquarters, the London VAAC has specialist forecasters who produce volcanic ash advisories and guidance products using a combination of volcano data; satellite-based, ground-based and aircraft observations; weather forecast models and dispersion

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L5 Consortium, London, May 2015 Solar Energetic Particles: Operational needs and L5 R.D. Bentley. UCL-MSSL L5 Consortium, London, May 2015 Why are we interested in energetic particles? • Effect: High energy (>10 MeV) protons alter the ionosphere and increase absorption of HF communication

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