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Intuition tells me that this model should work…
Climate science / Mathematics of Planet Earth / Met Office / Weather

Intuition tells me that this model should work…

In my recent post I described a simple model of specific humidity change over lands and mentioned that my current task in Met Office is to check whether it works on our data set. To quote my own words, intuition tells me that this model should work. Not the first time my intuition failed me! … Continue reading

Observed and reanalysed
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Observed and reanalysed

In my last post I mentioned that this summer I’m studying humidity at Met Office. The data I’m using for this project can be divided into two main groups: observational data and reanalysis data. For a few decades satellites and weather stations all over the world have been measuring surface humidity, both for land and … Continue reading

What you don’t see
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What you don’t see

Do you have a cat? You might want to think about moving to a flat on the sixth floor or higher. The study shows that cats surviving falls from floors below the sixth tend to get more serious injuries than the ones falling from higher floors. It might be because at the fifth floor level … Continue reading