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  SCENARIO: Evaluating and improving high-resolution high-impact weather numerical weather forecasts
  Research Group: SCENARIO NERC DTP
  Dr RS Plant, Dr T Stein
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
Over the past decade, high-resolution numerical weather forecasting has become practical using so-called “convection-permitting” models for lead times of 1-24 hours.
  Chasing weather with a state-of-the-art constellation of low cost microwave sensor satellites
  Dr A Battaglia, Dr H Boesch
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
Recent scientific and operational applications in different fields (e.g. meteorology, hydrology, agriculture) have introduced the need for higher space-time monitoring of the Earth’s atmosphere and surface.
  Arctic Weather Forecasting (Ref: OP19_01)
  Dr N Rutter
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
High quality Arctic weather forecasts are urgently needed for polar shipping navigability, resource exploration and northern communities, as well as to provide a better understanding of how Arctic weather influences mid-latitude atmospheric conditions.
  Chasing weather with a state-of-the-art constellation of low cost microwave sensor satellites
  Dr A Battaglia, Prof H Boesch
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
Recent scientific and operational applications in different fields (e.g. meteorology, hydrology, agriculture) have introduced the need for higher space-time monitoring of the Earth’s atmosphere and surface.
  Improved time-stepping schemes in weather and climate models
  Prof P Williams, Dr H Weller
Applications accepted all year round
"The task of predicting weather and climate may be reduced to the following iterative procedure. First, given the state of the system at any time (the input), use the governing equations to compute the state at a slightly later time (the output).
  Enhancing Construction Health and Safety Through Effective Weather Warning
  Research Group: Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Building Design
  Dr K Seneviratne
Application Deadline: 1 February 2019
Construction makes a noticeable contribution to the economic output of any country. For example, UK construction industry contributes to 6.1% GDP in 2016 (Office for National Statistics, 2017) and UAE (Ministry of Economy, 2015)9% GDP in 2014.
  (MERI) Modelling cloud break-up in Cold-Air Outbreaks to improve weather forecast models in our changing climate
  Research Group: Atmospheric Science
  Prof T Choularton, Dr P Connolly, Dr G Lloyd, Prof M Gallagher
Application Deadline: 6 February 2019
Cold-air outbreak (CAO) events in the mid-latitudes draw cold polar or continental air masses over a relatively warm ocean, resulting in a rapid increase in the surface fluxes of heat and moisture from the sea surface and the subsequent development of extensive boundary layer clouds.
  PhD Studentship Opportunity in Exploiting the UK and Global Soil Moisture Sensor Network to Provide Space Weather Alerts for Aviation and Critical Infrastructure.
  Research Group: Surrey Space Centre
  Dr K Ryden
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
This is an exciting, multi-disciplinary, opportunity to help create a new global observatory for space weather by exploiting the ‘hidden’ signals caused by solar events in the global COSMOS soil moisture sensor network.
  (MERI) Extreme Convective Storms
  Research Group: Atmospheric Science
  Prof D Schultz, Prof G Vaughan, Dr L Garcia-Carreras
Application Deadline: 6 February 2019
Convection is ubiquitous in the atmosphere. Although the ingredients of deep moist convection are well known (lift, instability, and moisture), how those ingredients come together to produce the observed panoply of convective storms worldwide remains an active area of research.
  SCENARIO: Trapped lee waves as a source of low-level drag on the atmosphere
  Research Group: SCENARIO NERC DTP
  Dr MA Teixeira, Dr SL Gray
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
Atmospheric models used for numerical weather prediction and climate modelling have large uncertainties in their representation of small-scale processes that contribute to uncertainties in the large-scale movement of air termed the atmospheric circulation.
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