Posts Tagged ‘Volcano’

Montserrat: There and Back Again

Whilst Reading plunged into a gloomy autumnal daze, a group of researchers namely Geoff Wadge, Antonio Costa and Thomas Webb, from the Department of Meteorology decided to replace their warm coats with T-shirts, their wellies with flip-flops and don excessive amounts of suncream, heading for the tiny island of Montserrat in the West Indies (figure […]

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Week 1: Flight Relief – No Contrails

As you’re all well aware, the ash cloud from the erupting Icelandic volcano has meant a suspension of many European flights over the last week. This has been the only major grounding of planes since the post-9/11 grounding in the US, and as such I make Saturday 17 April 2010 the first day in my […]

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