Items where Subject is "Meteorology and Climatology" and Year is 2004
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Number of items: 13.
Snaith, H, ed. (2004) Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere Processes and European Climate (COAPEC) Newsletter. COAPEC Newsletter (4). Southampton Oceanography Centre.
Lawford, RG (2004) Global Energy and Water Cycle Experiment (GEWEX) News. World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) Newsletter, 14 . International GEWEX Project Office (IGPO).
Parsons, Andrew (2004) NERC RAPID logo. [Image] (Unpublished)
Unknown, A (2004) A map showing the locations of instruments used during the Convective Storm Initiation Project (CSIP) pilot. [Image] (Unpublished)
Butler, CJ and Garcia Suarez, AM and Coughlin, DS and Morrell, C (2004) Air Temperatures at Armagh Observatory, Northern Ireland, from 1796 to 2002. Technical Report. UNSPECIFIED.
Callaghan, Sarah and Vilar, Enric (2004) Fractal analysis of rain fields for communications system design. Other. UNSPECIFIED.
Donegan, Steve (2004) The NERC Earth Observation Data Centre (NEODC): Current and forthcoming data holdings. Other. UNSPECIFIED.
Iwi, Alan and Lawrence, Bryan (2004) A comparison between HadCM3 integrations for coupled ocean-atmosphere processes and european climate (COAPEC) using Beowulf (UM version 4.5) and Cray T3E (UM version 4.4). Discussion Paper. Rutherford Appleton Laboratory. (Unpublished)
Lowe, J and Smith, F and Jenkins, G and Pope, V (2004) Uncertainty, Risk and Dangerous Climate Change. Documentation. Crown Copyright.
McCormick, MP and Chu, WP (2004) Stratospheric aerosol and gas experiment III (SAGE III): data product user's guide. Manual. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Oikonomou, EK and O'Neill, A (2004) Evaluation of the Ozone and Water Vapour Datasets of the 40-year European Re-Analysis of the Global Atmosphere (for the period 1991-1999). Technical Report. UNSPECIFIED.
Brown, Sally (2004) Institute of Physics, Environmental Physics Group newsletter (30), April 2004. Institute of Physics.
Brown, Sally (2004) Institute of Physics, Environmental Physics Group newsletter (31), October 2004. Institute of Physics.