First Flight

Just a quick one (it’s late and we have another early start tomorrow for flight number 3). Two views from the flight deck on our first flight.

Sea ice from 100ft

Descending to 100ft over sea ice.

 

Sea-smoke

Sea-smoke – condensation forming as cold air moves over warmer water.

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About Ian Brooks

Trained as a physicist, sidetracked into meteorology, and slowly working my way down to the oceans - I am a Professor in atmospheric science in the School of Earth and Environment, at the University of Leeds. I do research in boundary-layer processes, air-sea interaction, and Arctic meteorology & climate.

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