Modelling climate change to a higher degree of accuracy is important for forecasting the impacts of future climates. See the LWEC Website for more information.
Forsees - Severe weather, with heavy rainfall and strong winds,
has been the cause of recent dramatic land and coastal flooding, and
of strong beach and cliff erosion along the British coast.
Uncertainties in the prediction and mitigation of these events are a
challenge the EPSRC network Maths Foresees aims to meet. In Maths
Foresees mathematicians will be working alongside environmental
scientists and end-users of environmental research.
SECURE - The SECURE (Statistics of Environmental Change, Resources and
Ecosystems) network, is funded by the EPSRC (EP/M008347/1), and comes
under the Living with Environmental Change theme. It aims to bring
together the environmental and statistical communities to provide
fresh intelligence and new insights into environmental change and
society’s management of that change.
ReCoVER - Research on Changes of Variability and Environmental Risk. This project aims to encourage research into novel mathematical tools and novel applications of mathematics for understanding, predicting and managing the effects of environmental change, in particular where related to climate variability and impacts on societal resilience.
This calendar is a useful tool to find all events related to the network and LWEC group.
The EPSRC funded PEN, ReCoVER, and SECURE networks will be joining together from 11-12 January 2018 at Leeds University to host a joint conference. The conference will include reviews from the network PI's, talks from the feasibility study leaders, and a poster session with submissions from network members. For further details, registration and a timetable please visit the event page.