Observations, modelling and theory of cloud processes
Welcome to the Remote Sensing and Clouds group here in the Meteorology Department at Reading University.
We study cloud processes (microphysical, dynamical and radiative) using a variety of techniques ranging from observations of real clouds to idealised theory and models of individual processes. We also use state of the art remote-sensing observations to study clouds (and other processes in the atmosphere), and develop new measurement techniques and retrieval methods.
We have close links to the Chilbolton Observatory, which hosts a suite of radars, lidars, radiometers and other remote-sensing / meteorological instrumentation.
We meet most weeks during term time, 2-3pm on Wednesdays in Lyle 307.
All are welcome, please contact Liam Till (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information, or if you would like to volunteer to give a talk.
Current Term Rota
NO MEETING - Chilbolton Meeting
Liam & Rob
Shannon & Chris
Thorwald & Anthony
Mark & Alex
Peggy & Karina
Lee & Ben