Met Office Chief Scientist visits PML

Met Office Chief Scientist visits PML

 

Last week PML's Chief Executive, Professor Stephen de Mora, welcomed Met Office Chief Scientist, Professor Julia Slingo OBE, for a tour of the laboratory and presentations from individual scientists.

The visit assisted Professor Slingo in gaining a deeper understanding of the world-class, relevant research undertaken at PML. The programme included an overview of scientific areas of study ranging from biogeochemical modelling, remote sensing and the Western Channel Observatory.

Also included in the programme was a tour of PML's Seawater Hall and discussions with scientists summarising the direction and importance of PML’s cutting edge modelling; particularly how these efforts are being applied to the challenges of a changing ocean. 
 

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