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Cat Scott awarded Springer Thesis Prize 2014

Congratulations to Cat Scott, Research Fellow in the Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science,...


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The School of Earth and Environment now has it's own blog. Find out about everything from frogspawn and fruit to the launch of satellites - updated from all around the world.


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Wegener 2014 Conference

Leeds will be hosting the 17th General Assembly of WEGENER on earth deformation and the study of...


Leeds’ academics part of international team looking at forecasting the monsoon

The £8 million project is aiming to improve understanding of the processes governing the South Asian monsoon rains, and improve predictions. Government announces new research projects joint funded by UK’s Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), the Indian Ministry of Earth Sciences and the UK Met Office.

The Drivers of Variability in the South Asian Monsoon research programme was publicised by the UK's Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Edward Davey whilst visiting India with the British Deputy Prime Minister, Nick Clegg.

The monsoon last year caused extensive damage when it arrived earlier than expected damaging crops and causing landslides washing whole communities away.


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