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New studies highlight benefits of methane removal

The collaborative research carried out by Stanford University in the US and the Met Office has been published as part of the Royal Society’s special issue on Methane and Climate.   Methane is the second strongest greenhouse gas and is over 25 times more potent than Carbon Dioxide when it comes

Professor Stephen Belcher

Stephen Belcher obtained his PhD in fluid dynamics from the University of Cambridge in 1990 and has subsequently published over 100 peer-reviewed papers on the fluid dynamics of atmospheric and oceanic turbulence. Having completed his PhD he became a research fellow at Stanford and Cambridge

Microsoft Word - june_event_summary.docx

Wet weather June 2019 The UK experienced a spell of very wet weather in mid-June as a low pressure system and associated fronts brought widespread and slow moving heavy rainfall. In parts of Lincolnshire around 2.5 times the monthly average rainfall fell from 10 to 12 June, and there was further

Dr Richard Cotton

Department.  During this PhD Richard, as part of a team of scientists and engineers at Brunel University and Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, contributed to the design and commissioning of the SLD Vertex Detector at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center. During the first physics run, 13.9k events from

ingham_map.compressed.pdf

480000 .000000 490000 .000000 500000 .000000 510000 .000000 520000 .000000 400000 .000000 DONCASTER DISTRICT NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE . NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE 400000 .000000 INGHAM LINCOLNSHIRE MET OFFICE PLANNING MAP TOWN AND COUNTRY PLANNING (SAFEGUARDED METEOROLOGICAL SITES

Storm David

, even in inland areas including London, but the strongest gusts were in a swathe from North Wales through the south Pennines to Lincolnshire and Norfolk, where some inland locations recorded gusts exceeding 69 mph. Storm David - Maximum gust speeds (mph) Site name Area Max gust (mph) Capel Curig Conwy

eastern-england_-climate---met-office.pdf

Eastern England: climate The area comprises the counties of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Suffolk, Lincolnshire, the East Riding of Yorkshire and parts of Essex and Hertfordshire The altitude of much of the area is below 60 metres and the Fens has the largest tract of low, flat land

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