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Satellite and surface assimilation scientists

@ Reading Group based at [email protected] Unit at the Department of Meteorology, University of Reading. James Hocking James works on the development of fast radiative transfer models. Graeme Kelly Graeme works on Variational Analysis with a particular interest in the use of satellite data. Dr Heather

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How we measure rainfall

The entrance to the gauge through the funnel is narrow to avoid debris clogging the mechanism and undesirable evaporation in hot weather. However, the gauge rapidly becomes blocked in snow and any readings at the time, and during thawing events when melted snow gradually trickles into the gauge

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Summary of CME Timeline Solar Flare GOES data Coronagraph Imagery ~4-6hrs CME Travel Time 18 Hours Image Analysis / CME param 2-3hrs Enlil Model Input Geomagnetic Storm Watch Summary of CME Timeline Solar Flare GOES data Coronagraph Imagery L1 Magnetic Field Reading ~4-6hrs CME Travel Time 18 Hours

Dr Kirsty Hanley

Areas of expertise Convective scale modelling  Convection and convective initiation Orographic rainfall Ocean waves  Publications by Dr Kirsty Hanley Current activities Kirsty works in the Mesoscale Modelling group at [email protected] based at the University of Reading Department of Meteorology

Dr Joanne Waller

Areas of expertise Data assimilation Uncertainty quantification Improving and measuring observation impact Novel observations   Current Activities Jo works in the Assimilation of Surface-based Observations group based at [email protected] Unit at the Department of Meteorology, University of Reading

Dr Sylvia Bohnenstengel

at the University of Reading, Department of Meteorology. Sylvia works on representing urban processes in high-resolution version of the Unified Model such as the UKV. The aim of this work is to understand the processes leading to higher temperatures in the urban environment and faithfully

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of Reading in the UK. Mr Frederick Otu-Larbi, a meteorologist at the Ghana Meteorological Agency (GMA), studied for a Masters degree with the support of the WMO/UK VCP fellowship scheme in order to broaden his understanding of the weather and improve his ability to produce weather forecasts

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

WCSSP India

partners include the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, the Health and Safety Executive, HR Wallingford, National Centre for Atmospheric Science, National Oceanography Centre, University of Birmingham, University of Leeds, and the University of Reading. UK research institutes can find out about

ExCALIBUR Awards

June 2021 Contracts have been issued to bidders for the following ExCALIBUR calls: Call Award  Organisation  Value Start Date End Date SPF_EX20-6_IO & Storage Award         University of Reading  £741,553 1 June 2021 31 May 2024 SPF_EX20-7 Data Workflow Award        University of Reading £746,603

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