Everybody loves a solar eclipse, even if the zone of totality is in as inconvenient a place as the Faroe islands. We set up open viewing (and observation of the associated weather) in the meteorology lab on the top floor of the University’s James Clerk Maxwell Building (JCMB). It isn’t often that we get soContinue reading Not the Faroes, but almost
During Innovative learning Week (ILW) we repeated last year’s little field trip up Arthur’s seat, and again carried out Blaise Pascal’s experiment. The weather was a not unremittingly dull like last year. Rather, it was brisk and showery. We got this nice view of an enthusiastic raincloud: Unfortunately, by the time we reached the summitContinue reading ILW part 2: Arthur’s seat again
Following on my recent paper about Sulphur dioxide from volcanoes, another one has just come out. This time, I am a lot further down the author list and wrote about 3% of the paper, rather than 99%. In fact, my only contribution was this figure, comparing our SO2 data from MLS with the new dataContinue reading Another SO2 paper!