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Sea Surface Temperature Climate Data Record

By: Owen Embury Oceans cover over 70% of the Earth’s surface and knowing its temperature is crucial for understanding both weather and climate. Historically, sea surface temperatures (SSTs) have been measured in situ – from ships and automated buoys – … Continue reading →

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Measuring Lake Water Temperature From Space

by: Laura Carrea ‘Climate change’, and ‘global warming’: these have been two of the most referenced terms in the media in the past few years.  These words sometimes generate controversy and discussion not only on social media or between friends, … Continue reading →

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Do cuts in particle pollution accelerate climate change?

By: Richard Allan  Glorious weather over much of the UK in April 2020 replaced the seemingly relentless winter rain, sodden ground and flooding, making the lockdown bearable for those lucky enough to be able to enjoy time outside. I was … Continue reading →

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Weather in Cameroon and Adaptation Plan for Climate Change

By: Chimene Daleu The Republic of Cameroon is a country in central Africa. The country extends from the coast of the Gulf of Guinea and the Atlantic Ocean through west-central Africa to Lake Chad. The majority of Cameroon has a … Continue reading →

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Air Quality in Reading during COVID-19

By Helen Dacre I’ve been working from home for exactly a month now and like everyone else have been adapting to a new routine.  This involves taking a daily shuffle around Caversham to get some exercise. There’s been a noticeable … Continue reading →

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Provisional April Statistics

It has been a dry and sunny picture for the first half of April. Provisional mid-month statistics (1-15th April) show areas such as the City of London, Kent, Surrey, West Sussex and the Isle of Wight having recorded around half a millimetre of rainfall so far this month, just 1% of the monthly average. In […]

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Exeter: World-Class Climate Research Centre

In Devon the concentration of environmental scientists is four times higher than the national UK average and Exeter is widely recognised as a global centre for climate science research with teams of scientists at both the Met Office and the University of Exeter. Exeter is increasing its reputation for a world-class centre for climate research. […]

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March Weather Review

Meteorologically March has been a relatively average month, certainly when compared to the record-breaking wet February the UK has just seen. The first month of meteorological Spring has delivered everything we expect in March from warm days to strong winds and snow. Temperatures have been close to average for the month, with the UK as […]

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World Meteorological Day

The rise of global temperature is the most easily understood metric of climate change. Its outwardly simple concept has instant appeal as it captures the key element of climate change – the warmer the planet becomes, the more the climate changes. But aside from temperature, climate change will affect our atmosphere in other ways too. […]

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Monthly Weather Forecast – netweather.tv

UK monthly weather forecast updated 02/04/2014 A warm month, sunny and dry in the east Click here for the full forecast

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