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A Stormy Valentines

On a stormy Valentine’s Day, Sam is joined by Professor David Schultz and Tim Slater from the Centre for Atmospheric Science at the University of Manchester, to discuss the recent bad weather that we have been having.

Dave and Tim reflect on what has been a rather tumultuous week, which unfortunately looks set to continue. So wrap up warm, and hold your loved one’s tight, it’s going to be a wet and windy Valentine’s night!

Is it raining in your heart?

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After the Science

In this episode of the Barometer, Sam catches up with Dr John Broderick from the Manchester Tyndall Centre to talk about science and policy.


Following on from the GAUGE series of podcasts, we thought it would be interesting to find out what occurs once the science has been handed over to the policy makers, and John gives us a fascinating insight into what happens once the data has been collected and the analysis is complete. 
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Gary Llyod reports on the INUPIAQ (Ice NUcleation ProcessInvestigation And Quantification) Project, which is based in the Swiss Alps, at the Jungfraujoch (3571m), Shilthorn (2970m) and Kleine Scheidegg (2061m) sites.

In this episode Gary talks to Dr Keith Bower from the Centre for Atmospheric Science at the University of Manchester about his role in the INUPIAQ campaign, James Bond, and the importance of upwind and downwind measurements. 

George Lazenby clearly isn't impressed by Gary's carrier bag.

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