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Geography in Dublin for ICUC8

Posted on 08/08/2012

Professor Sue Grimmond and PhD students Martin, Best, Alex Bjorkegren, Simone Kotthaus, and Helen Ward are presenting at the International Association for Urban Climate (IAUC) & the American Meteorological Society (AMS) Board of the Urban Environment (BUE) joint 8th International Conference on Urban Climate (ICUC8) & AMS 10th Symposium on the Urban Environment in Dublin, Ireland from August 6–10, 2012.

They are giving presentations on the following subjects:

Controls on Suburban Evaporation: First results from the Swindon experiment (Ward)

Long-term flux observations: energy, water and CO2 exchange in London (Kotthaus)

Urban energy flux partitioning: links to surface seasonal properties (Grimmond)

Overview of findings from the first international urban model comparison (Best)

The key science questions from the urban model comparison (Best)

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