Seminars

Currently showing seminars filtered by seminar category 'Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics'

When Location Title Speaker Series
02 Jun 2015
14:45
Dobson Room Studying the general circulation of the Martian atmosphere from combined use of spacecraft data and GCM simulationsAlex Valeanu
(AOPP)
AOPP Student Seminars
02 Jun 2015
14:15
Dobson Room Lorenz energy budgets of different planetary circulation regimesFachreddin Tabataba-Vakili
(AOPP)
AOPP Student Seminars
04 Jun 2015
11:30
Dobson Room Intense nutrient upwelling and PV mixing in ocean anti-cyclones caused by submesoscale instabilitiesLiam Brannigan
(AOPP, University of Oxford)
Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
09 Jun 2015
14:15
Dobson Room Statistical mechanics applied to decaying two-dimensional turbulenceGavin Esler
(University College London)
Geophysical and Nonlinear Fluid Dynamics Seminars
11 Jun 2015
11:30
Dobson Room Satellite dust retrievals over the Sahara during the Fennec campaign in June 2011: does dust heat or cool the atmosphere?Jamie Banks
(Imperial College London)
Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
16 Jun 2015
14:15
Dobson Room Evolution of the tropical warm pool: past present and future (Note unusual time/date)Peter Webster
(Georgia Tech)
Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
19 Jun 2015
16:30
Martin Wood Lecture Theatre, Clarendon Laboratory Understanding the monsoon (Halley Lecture)Peter Webster
(Georgia Tech)
Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
23 Jun 2015
14:45
Dobson Room Temperature and trace gas retrievals with IASITony Vincent
(AOPP)
AOPP Student Seminars
23 Jun 2015
15:15
Dobson Room Topographic steering of the Antarctic Circumpolar Current via potential vorticity gradientsGeoff Stanley
(AOPP)
AOPP Student Seminars
23 Jun 2015
14:15
Dobson Room The global atmospheric sulphur budgetCharlotte Birch
(AOPP)
AOPP Student Seminars
25 Jun 2015
11:30
Dobson Room Thermal tides in the Martian atmosphere: new insights from Mars Climate Sounder, Mars Science Lander and MGCM modellingJohn Wilson
(NOAA, Princeton)
Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars