RESEARCH DIVISIONS and RESEARCH IMPACT
Meteorology has three research divisions –
World leading research in weather, climate and earth observation is also undertaken in coordination with two Natural Environment Research Council research centres and the MetOffice@Reading collaborative centre.
RESEARCH IMPACT CASE STUDIES
The Department of Meteorology at the University of Reading has a long and established track record of impactful research, working with a wide variety of industrial and academic partners to achieve significant social and economic benefits. We welcome partnership enquiries from commercial and industrial organisations; contact us for an initial project discussion.
- African farmers : satellite-based rainfall monitoring helps African food security
- Emissions : Assessing the potential climate impacts of industrial gases
- Flooding : Assessing London’s flood risk up to 2100
- Stingjets : Better forecasts of extreme windstorms – understanding ‘sting jets’
- Storm tracks : Identifying and tracking damaging storms
- Volcanic ash : Quantifying volcanic ash risks to aviation
- Volcanoes : Monitoring volcanic hazards using satellite- and ground-based radar