An early post on the volcanic plume currently causing severe disruption to air travel over northern Europe. I’ve collected together some of the links already sent to met social by Keith which has lots of new images and the EUMETSAT front page from David which has some nice animations.
For those who want a journal reference as a jumping off point for thinking about ash plumes and their impact on aviation, you could do worse than the recent review by Pete Webley who was a PhD student in ESSC (click through the Science Direct link). Please add comments and other links below.
Come along to WCD next week for the latest update and to see if I’ve learned how to pronounce the name of the volcano!
Welcome to the new WCD blog. We hope this test run will help us to see how useful a blogging service will be and how we might make best use of this technology. This term there will be 10 guest bloggers, who will write a blog about WCD each week. The schedule for the summer term is below. If you would like to be a guest blogger and you aren’t on the list please contact Andrew Charlton-Perez. You can also subscribe to the blog using your favourite rss feed reader
- Week 1 (April 23rd) Andy Barrett
- Week 2 (April 30th) Jeff Chagnon
- Week 3 (May 7th) Jon Shonk
- Week 4 (May 14th) Leon Hermanson
- Week 5 (May 21st) Amanda Maycock
- Week 6 (May 28th) Rob Thompson
- Week 7 (June 4th) John Lawson
- Week 8 (June 11th)
- Week 9 (June 18th) Ed Hawkins
- Week 10 (June 25th) Kathy Maskell