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Extreme Weather from Tornadoes to Hurricanes

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19:00 – 19:00 19 May 2010
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Room TC103, Elwes Building, Park Campus, University of Gloucestershire, Cheltenham, GL50 2RH

Speakers: Ross Reynolds, University of Reading

Tea and coffee available from 19:00. Non-members welcome.
The talk will describe progress in understanding the causes of severe weather and its prediction, and illustrate its effects.
Abstract: Massively powerful computers, enhanced observations and excellent research have led to improved understanding of both the origin and evolution of severe weather and of its prediction.
The talk will illustrate how severe weather forms, how it is monitored, how it is predicted and what damage it can inflict, with examples drawn mainly from the USA.

Event type: Lecture/Talk
Organised by: South West Branch
Contact details: Ed Ratzer
secretary-sw@physics.org

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19:00 – 19:00 19 May 2010
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