In this Issue – April 2017

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Meteorological Technology International

April 2017

The April 2017 issue is now available online! Packed full of news, interviews and features, including:

MAN ON A MISSION : WMO assistant secretary general Wenjian Zhang wants to see better collaboration between meteorology’s public and private sectors

WHEN CRACKS APPEAR : Halley VI, the world’s first relocatable research station, has just been towed 23km over an Antarctic ice shelf. But that’s not the whole story

URBAN HEATWAVE : MTI talks to a rising star in meteorology about his new research into more
accurately simulating how buildings interact with local weather patterns

LIDAR SOLUTIONS : Dry-air low-level windshears continue to cause problems at airports. A
pilot scheme has proved that new scanning lidar technology can help

WHEN PATHS CROSS : Meteorology is reaping the benefits of the recent convergence between
science and technology, thanks to some timely satellite launches

 

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