Seminars for Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics

Currently showing seminars filtered by seminar category 'Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics' and in 2008

When Location Title Speaker Series
17 Jan 2008
16:15
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab Supersonic aircraft: future impact on the atmosphereDr O. Dessens, Centre for Atmospheric Science, University of CambridgeAtmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
24 Jan 2008
16:15
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab The joy of bottom pressureDr C.W. Hughes, Proudman Oceanographic LaboratoryAtmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
31 Jan 2008
16:15
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab Climate, circulation and radiative transfer of the Venus atmosphereDr C. Tsang, Department of PhysicsAtmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
07 Feb 2008
16:15
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab Bio-optical feedbacks in the ocean systemDr S. Sathyendranath, Plymouth Marine LaboratoryAtmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
14 Feb 2008
16:15
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab Making sense of the water vapour feedback on climate changeMr W. Ingram, Department of PhysicsAtmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
21 Feb 2008
16:15
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab Probabilistic rainfall forecasting with statistical modelsDr M. Little, Department of Engineering ScienceAtmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
28 Feb 2008
16:15
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab A new look at stratospheric sudden warmings: climatology and validation in stratospheric general circulation modelsDr A. Charlton Perez, Department of Meteorology, University of ReadingAtmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
06 Mar 2008
16:15
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab Environment Research at the Chilbolton FacilityMr C. Wrench, Rutherford Appleton LaboratoryAtmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
22 Apr 2008
16:30
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab Variations on a beta-planeDr Paul Dellar (Maths Institute, Oxford)Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
24 Apr 2008
16:15
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab Improved constraints on tropospheric ozone through assimilation of observation from the Tropospheric Emission SpectrometerDr M. Parrington, Department of Physics, University of TorontoAtmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
01 May 2008
16:15
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab Why are aerosols so difficult?Dr G.E. Thomas, Department of PhysicsAtmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
06 May 2008
16:30
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab Hexagonal waves in plasmas/Forecasting and assimilation in a laboratory analogue for planetary atmospheresRobert Bauer (Maths Institute, Oxford) / Roland Young (AOPP, Oxford)Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
08 May 2008
16:15
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab What we learnt about Mars by means of data assimilationDr L. Montabone, Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique du CNRS, Université Paris VIAtmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
15 May 2008
16:15
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab PalaeoQUMP: using palaeodata to reduce uncertainties in climate predictionDr T. Edwards, School of Geographical Sciences, University of BristolAtmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
20 May 2008
16:30
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab Magma & brine: reactive flows on EarthDr Richard Katz (Dept. of Earth Sciences, Oxford University)Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
22 May 2008
16:15
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab Regional climate change and extreme eventsDr R. Jones, UK Meteorological OfficeAtmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
29 May 2008
16:15
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab Towards the detection of a potential anthropogenic climate change in Northern EuropeMr J. Bhend, GKSS Research Centre, GeesthachtAtmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
03 Jun 2008
16:30
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab Energetics of stratified turbulent mixing and the ocean heat engine controversyDr Remi Tailleux (Dept. of Meteorology, Reading University)Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
05 Jun 2008
16:15
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab Removal of mid-latitude air pollutants in the tropical maritime boundary layerProf. A. Lewis, Department of Chemistry, University of YorkAtmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
12 Jun 2008
16:15
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab Aspects of the global carbon cycleDr C. Huntingford, Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, WallingfordAtmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
19 Jun 2008
16:15
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab Testing climate models with a climate benchmarking missionDr S. Leroy, School of Engineering and Applied Science, Harvard UniversityAtmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
16 Jul 2008
16:30
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab A Quasi-Normal Scale Elimination (QNSE) theory of turbulent flows with stable stratification and its application in oceanography and meteorologyProf. Boris Galperin (College of Marine Science, University of South Florida, USA)Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
22 Jul 2008
16:30
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Lab Equilibration of baroclinic eddies in primitive equation and quasi-geostrophic modelsProf. Geoffrey Vallis (GFDL, University of Princeton, USA)Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
06 Aug 2008
16:30
Brewer Room Phoenix and the Search for Water on MarsProf. Nilton Renno (School of Engineering, University of Michigan, USA)Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
16 Oct 2008
16:15
Dobson Lecture Room Carbon offsetting: saving the atmosphere or just hot air?Dr C. Jardine
(Environvental Change Institute)
Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
23 Oct 2008
16:15
Dobson Lecture Room Shaken not stirred: The efficiency of stratified mixingDr C. Caulfield
(Department of Applied Mathematics & Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge)
Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
28 Oct 2008
16:30
Dobson Lecture Room Freezing solutions and colloidal suspensions: new challenges for fluid mechanicsDr Stephen Peppin
(Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford)
Geophysical and Nonlinear Fluid Dynamics Seminars
30 Oct 2008
16:15
Dobson Lecture Room Aerosol climatologies for aerosol optical depth, absorption, size and cloud condensation nucleiDr S. Kinne
(Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg)
Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
06 Nov 2008
16:15
Dobson Lecture Room Solar influence on tropospheric circulation via the stratosphereMs I. Simpson
(Space and Atmospheric Physics, Imperial College)
Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
13 Nov 2008
16:15
Dobson Lecture Room Aerosol radiative forcings from remote-sensing and modelsDr N. Bellouin
(Hadley Centre, Met Office)
Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
20 Nov 2008
16:15
Dobson Lecture Room Lightning and other electrical phenomena in the Solar SystemDr K. Aplin
(Space Science and Technology Department, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
25 Nov 2008
16:30
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Building Some modelling approaches in computational fluid dynamics for gas turbine/aero-engine applicationsProf. Li He
(Dept. of Engineering Science, Oxford University)
Geophysical and Nonlinear Fluid Dynamics Seminars
27 Nov 2008
16:15
Dobson Lecture Room The spatially modulated interferometer: a miniaturised instrument for microsatellite based remote sensingMr H. Mortimer
(Space Science and Technology Department, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars
02 Dec 2008
16:30
Dobson Room, Atmospheric Physics Building Instabilities of two-layer shallow water flows with vertical shear in the rotating annulusJonathan Gula
(Laboratoire de Meteorologie Dynamique, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris)
Geophysical and Nonlinear Fluid Dynamics Seminars
04 Dec 2008
16:15
Dobson Lecture Room Quantifying uncertainties in climate projections: Carbon cycle processes take centre stageDr B. Booth
(Hadley Centre, Met Office)
Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Seminars