Met Office

UK climate continues to change in 2021

The latest annual report shows the continuation of warmer than average years and increasing rate of sea level rise around the UK.

NOC lead stakeholder discussion on the future of environmental digital twins

Dr John Siddorn presents at “Finding the common cause – how can developers and users collaborate on digital twins?”

The National Oceanography Centre (NOC) recently led a stakeholder roundtable discussion on “Finding the common cause – how can developers and users collaborate on digital twins?”.

UK institutions join forces to put science at forefront of climate solutions

Ocean and Climate: we use global-scale modelling at the National Oceanography Centre to understand how storage and transport of heat by the oceans will influence climate change.

The UK’s leading climate science organisations are joining forces to develop a new national alliance focused on climate solutions for society.

Collaboration to improve social benefit of oceanography

Example of NOC's ocean modelling

Today a major collaborative programme between the NOC and three of UK’s other leading marine and oceanographic research centres has begun to improve the social and economic benefits of this vital area of science, as well as improving understanding in a more holistic way.

AXA and NOC collaborate on European weather extremes

Floods

Last week AXA insurance showcased a project led by Dr Aurélie Duchez from the National Oceanography Centre (NOC) in collaboration with the UK Met Office, which aims to investigate the role of the ocean on European weather extremes.

NOC researcher awarded

Dr Elizabeth Kent being presented with the Adrian Gill Prize by Professor Joanna Haigh, President of the RMS

The Royal Meteorological Society (RMS) has presented Dr Elizabeth Kent with the prestigious Adrian Gill Prize at its Annual General Meeting in London this month.

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