Latest research blogs
The Department of Meteorology manages or contributes to a number of external blogs; details on several of those are featured below. To view the blog, click on the link.
Our latest research blog posts from the Department of Meteorology
This blog is written by PhD students studying within the Department of Meteorology. Blog posts consist of:
- Seminar Summaries – An opportunity for PhD students to blog about a recent seminar/talk they have given.
- Details of Published Work – A summary of published work by PhD students in the department.
- Experiences of a PhD student – A chance for PhD students to describe exactly what it’s like to study a PhD.
- Advice for other PhD students – A place to blog on the solutions to common PhD issues.
We hope you find our blog site informative, thought-provoking and entertaining. Published content is the responsibility of the author and may not represent the University of Reading.
Climate science, written by climate scientists, open to anyone to see and comment. Guest posts are encouraged! Its aim is to promote collaboration through open scientific discussion, and to improve our understanding of our evolving climate. Views from climate scientists (and beyond) are welcome.
Data Assimilation for the REsilient City (DARE) is a research project and network funded by an EPSRC Senior Fellowship in Digital Technology for Living with Environmental Change.
The Flooding blog is the programme blog from the Flooding From Intense Rainfall (FFIR) programme. It tends to post on recent events of flash flooding and the work of the programme participants towards improved flash flood prediction.
Members of the Institute for Environmental Analytics (IEA) Team, Partners and Associates cover issues in the news, developments in research and industry, events and opinion pieces. They are sometimes humorous but always accessible and well-informed about their work in environmental data analytics.
Our twitter feed
Friday, January 17th, 2020 at 1:02pm
“Worried but optimistic” about the future – @DrElisabethT discusses climate change on @BBCNews last night and the fact every month of her entire lifetime has been warmer than the long-term average #OurPlanetMatters https://t.co/w8lPQqm3gy
Friday, January 17th, 2020 at 8:39am
How cool are these new plots from our @ecmwf operational observation monitoring system – locations of friendly Mammals taking temperature and salinity observations for us. 14/10 would give bonus fish for their troubles