Public Christmas Lecture The Eyjafjallajokull eruption the science behind the disruption by ProPosted on November 24, 2010 (Last modified on October 19, 2023) • 1 min read • 168 words
Stephen Mobbs is a Professor of Atmospheric Dynamics, and the Director of NERC’s National Centre for Atmospheric Science. He is a physicist by training and took a leadership role in NERC’s airborne observations of the ash cloud over the UK during the Eyjafjallajokull eruption. Prof. Mobbs serves on scientific and operational advisory groups set up by the UK government to deal with the Eyjafjallajokull and future environmental emergencies.
The lecture, organised by the Nonlinear and Complex Physics Group of the Institute of Physics (IOP), will take place at 7pm on Wednesday 8th December 2010 in the Roscoe Building, Lecture Theatre B at the University of Manchester. Directions to the Roscoe Building can be found on the campus map. The Roscoe Building is number 53.
Membership of the IOP is not required to come to the lecture, entry is free. Members of the public are very welcome.
Information about the Eyjafjallajokull - Volcanic Ash Cloud Measurements stored at the BADC can be found at:http://badc.nerc.ac.uk/data/eyjafjallajokull_apr2010
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