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Most of the meteorology books and journals are on the 2nd Floor of the Library. Download a floor plan to help you find your way around. View the 2nd Floor plan (PDF)
We also have a wide range of e-books and e-journals relating to meteorology. See the Books and Journal articles tabs in this guide for more information.
Kelvin-Helmholtz instabilities observed from the research aircraft HALO. The cloud pattern indicates the occurrence of turbulence at the tropopause above a so called warm conveyor belt and indicates mixing processes in the tropopause region. Taken 28 September 2017.
Image Credits: Peter Hoor (distributed via imaggeo.egu.eu)
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A sampling by the American Meteorological Society of meteorology topics in the popular press
Lunchtime Seminars are a series of seminars that take place every Tuesday lunchtime during term time, from 13:00 to 13:50, in the Sutcliffe Lecture Theatre (GU01), Department of Meteorology, Earley Gate. Seminars are given by students and staff in the Department and cover a broad range of topics on weather and climate. All are welcome to attend. The programme for this term can be found here.