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The Intricacies of Weather Radar

Lecture

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A lecture given by Malcolm Kitchen, the Met Office Observations Research & Development Manager and a leading expert on weather radar.

Date and Time

14 February 2013 - 19:00-21:00

Location

Exeter, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Devon and Cornwall local network.


About this event

A lecture given by Malcolm Kitchen, the Met Office Observations Research & Development Manager and a leading expert on weather radar.

Programme

Coffee

18.30

Lecure

19.00

Additional information

To attend this lecture please register with Steve.O'Mara@babcockinternational.com, details below, as this is a MOD property

Registration information


Please register with Steve.O'Mara@babcockinternational.com  Access to the site can only be given to registered personnel.

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