On 18 November at 16:00 hrs Natalie Theeuwes will defend her PhD thesis on the natural and anthropogenic factors influencing urban air temperatures.
Preceding this a workshop is organised in Lumen 1+2 on Urban Meteorology, from 10:00 to 14:30, chaired by Bert Holtslag, with lectures from (a.o.) Remko Uijlenhoet, Gert-Jan Steeneveld and Reinder Ronda. See attach for the full program.
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Chair: Bert Holtslag (Wageningen University)
10:00 Welcome with coffee and tea
10:30-.‐11:00 Mathias Rotach (University of Innsbruck), Meteorology of urban canyons
11:00-.‐11:30 Simone Kotthaus (University of Reading), Urban heat budgets
11:30-.‐12:00 Remko Uijlenhoet (Wageningen University), Urban water budgets
13:00-.‐13:30 Gerald Mills (University College Dublin), The World Urban Database and Access Portal Tools (WUDAPT)
13:30-.‐14:00 Gert‐Jan Steeneveld (Wageningen University), Summer in Dutch Cities
14:00-.‐14:30 Reinder Ronda (Wageningen University), Urban weather and forecasting
16:00-.‐17:30 PhD defence Natalie Theeuwes
in the Aula of Wageningen University, Generaal Foulkesweg 1a, Wageningen