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Where does stuff go?

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A meeting on the theme of dispersion and transport in the climate system with talks on numerical methods, the spread of crop diseases, volcanoes, ocean transport, water vapour and more.

Speakers (Actual titles TBC ):

Hilary Weller (U of Reading): Numerical Methods for Atmospheric Modelling Including Transport

Jake Smith: Water vapour in the lower stratosphere

Dan Jones (BAS): Ocean transport

Hans de Leeuw: Studying volcanic eruption clouds using the NAME atmospheric dispersion model.

Tamas Mona: Long-distance dispersion of wheat diseases

Thursday 27 February

12.30 to 5 pm Unilever Lecture theatre Department of Chemistry Lensfield Road

Meet at reception at 12.30 pm to be let in to the Unilever building.

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