NCAS Atmospheric Science Courses

Atmospheric Measurement Summer School

Experienced researchers will help you to develop the core skills needed to excel in practical fieldwork.

Join us on the Isle of Arran in May 2019 to work with eminent scientists to prepare and deliver daily weather forecasts, profile the atmosphere, operate instruments in remote locations and investigate atmospheric trace gases and aerosols. With support from experienced field scientists including Professor Stephen Mobbs, Professor Geraint Vaughan, Dr Barbara Brooks and Dr Ryan Neely you will develop the skills needed to plan and execute the highest quality fieldwork.

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Data Analysis Tools Workshop

DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND ADDITIONAL WORKSHOP NOW AVAILABLE ON DECEMBER 6.
Talks and interactive user sessions on real data using the cf-python and cf-plot Python tools that help users to read, analyse and plot atmospheric model data.  The packages build on the CF metadata conventions to provide powerful extraction, regridding and visualization capabilities of netCDF, Met Office PP and fields files. Operations such as reading, grid transformation and plotting of contours and vectors can be performed in a single line of code making for quick analysis and plotting of data.

With support from experienced computational scientists  you will develop the skills needed to get the most out of these tools.

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Browse the NCAS Training Programme brochure to discover the full range of courses we offer. Topics include weather, atmospheric composition, climate science, data management, hands-on measurements, data analysis, programming, and modelling.

Applications are now being accepted for the following NCAS courses

THE FUNDAMENTALS

Data Analysis Tools

Introduction to Atmospheric Science

MAKING MEASUREMENTS

Atmospheric Measurement Summer School

MODELLING

Introduction to UKCA

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