Thursday, 26 May 2011

Public talk on the volcanic ash cloud

Last April I blogged about the fall-out (excuse the pun!) from the Eyjafjallajökull volcanic eruption which grounded planes across much of Western Europe, seemingly grinding our oh so busy, oh so important international lifestyles to a halt.

Well with another Icelandic volcano (this time the much more pronouncable Grimsvotn) looming large again in the news, threatening to hit us with round two of air disruptions why don't you learn more about the eruption and why the ash affected us so badly by coming to the following event:


The talk, organised by the Royal Meteorlogical Society is next Tuesday (31st) at Manchester Metropolitan University and is FREE!

So if your still vexed, confused, or indeed intrigued about the volcano that no-one can pronounce and its crippling grasp on European air travel, come along next week.

If you've got any questions or comments, in the words of Gwen Stefani, Holla Back!
Alfie

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