Zoom - MVWI - May Meeting - Emma Woolliams, Climate Change Scientist
Time & Location
About the Event
Our virtual monthly meeting will take place on Zoom again. With climate change at the forefront of all our minds at the moment, we're pleased to welcome Emma Woolliams, a senior scientist at the National Physical Laboratory.
We rely on information from satellites to measure the health of our forests, the temperature of the sea, the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.... This data helps us build models of climate change, monitor disasters and can even help farmers see which fields need more water or fertiliser. Emma's research is focussed on spotting these trends and using these to make a difference to the way we tackle climate change.
How to attend the meeting:
First, you will need to access the meeting via Zoom. Most of you will be familiar with this by now but you can use your smartphone, ipad, tablet to download the app or your desktop/laptop to visit the website. You will need to be able to access the internet. Once you have RSVP'd, you will be sent the link to the meeting and the Meeting ID. It's a good idea to follow the link in advance to check it's working.
We'll be meeting using webchat service, Zoom. You can find it here: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/2926866045.
If you will be using a phone or tablet, you may need to download the app in advance.
The Meeting ID is 292-686-6045.
Don't worry if you lose the email, we will send it again on the day.
The meeting will open at 8pm for an 8.10pm start to give everyone time to get in and check they can hear the meeting. Please sign in as early as you can to make sure we are ready.