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Meteorology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Birmingham

We have 5 Meteorology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Birmingham

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  Seasonal to sub-decadal variability of extreme wind storms over Europe
  Dr G C LECKEBUSCH
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
Severe extra-tropical cyclones are the major natural hazard for the North-Atlantic/European region and especially for the UK. Extreme winter seasons may see up to 15-20 strong, partly damage prone events hitting, e.g.
  Enhancing peatland resilience to wildfire through peatland habitat restoration; building the evidence base
  Dr N Kettridge
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
The recent Saddleworth Moor fire burned over 1000 hectares of UK upland, instigated a major national incident, led to the evacuation of 100 homes and placed considerable strain on UK emergency services, with even the army activated to support fire suppression.
  Modelling the penetration of cool air from a park into urban street canyons
  Dr X Cai, Dr L Chapman
Applications accepted all year round
Risks associated with extreme weather in cities, such as heat waves, are all projected to increase with global climate change. Governments have made considerable effort to determine feasible urban planning and climate mitigation strategies.
  Air quality box modelling for an urban street network
  Dr X Cai, Dr W J Bloss
Applications accepted all year round
Air pollution associated with the road traffic is the major environmental issue in urban areas. Buildings in urban areas are the artificial obstacles to the urban atmospheric flow and cause the insufficient ventilation.
  Optimal green-space configuration/planning to cool a city
  Dr X Cai, Dr L Chapman
Applications accepted all year round
Risks associated with extreme weather in cities, such as heat waves, are all projected to increase with global climate change. Governments have made considerable effort to determine feasible urban planning and climate mitigation strategies.
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