BRLSI Geography & Adventure / Science - Turbulence Ahead - How Climate Change Affects Air Travel

Date Description
12 July 2018

Dr Paul D Williams, Professor of Atmospheric Science, Department of Meteorology, University of Reading

The climate is changing - not just where we live at ground level, but also where we fly at 35,000ʹ. Extreme weather may cause flight disruptions and delays. Clear-air turbulence is expected to become stronger and more frequent. Flights may take longer because of changes to the jet stream. Come along to find out how climate change could affect your future flights.

 

Details

19.30

Visitors - £4; Members/students - £2

Permissions: Courtesy of Dr Paul d Williams

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