Javier Martínez de Orueta will guide us through these sessions, where we will see how the atmosphere works and what role it has over our climate and our lives. Does climate and time have the same meaning? What is the application of cloud observation in people’s daily lives? How are storms generated and developed? What are its consequences? Are there other adverse weather events? In the weather forecast we see maps that seem difficult to interpret; We will learn certain keys to be able to interpret them. How is the climate of Asturias and León? Can this influence the distribution of vegetation? Meteorology may seem like a difficult science, but throughout this cycle we will learn basic concepts to make it available for everyone.
GENERAL METEOROLOGY. December 14th (5 pm to 7 pm) and December 15th (11 am to 2 pm)
Definition and classification. General circulation of the atmosphere. Anticyclones and squalls. Air masses and fronts.
CLOUDS OBSERVATION. ID. APPLICATION. January 11th (5 pm to 7 pm) and January 12th (11 am to 2 pm)
Origin and training. Classification and types. The father of clouds. International Cloud Atlas.
ADVERSE METEOROLOGICAL PHENOMENA. January 25th (5 pm to 7 pm) and January 26th (11 am to 2 pm)
Training and types. Storms and tornadoes, and why they are more common in the US than in Spain.
WEATHER MAPS. INTERPRETATION. February 8th (5 pm to 7 pm) and February 9th (11 am to 2 pm)
Interpretation of isobars, anticyclones, squalls, explosive cyclogenesis, etc.
METEOROLOGY OF ASTURIAS AND LEÓN. February 22nd (5 pm to 7 pm) and February 23rd (11 am to 2 pm)
The behavior of rainfall, temperatures and what they depend on.
WEATHER PREDICTION AND VISIT TO THE SUPERCOMPUTATION CENTER OF CASTILLA Y LEÓN (SCAYLE) March 29th (5 pm to 8 pm)
With Eduardo García Ortega (Group of Atmospheric Physics, ULE) and Jesús Lorenzana Campillo (SCAYLE)
Filandón – March 15th (6 pm) – FCAYC
Extraordinary session, open to the public.
With José Luis Puerto and Abelardo Gil-Fournier.
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