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How is a weather forecast made? What do we need to run an atmospheric model? What is the proper horizontal resolution and why not run a global 1-km forecast? The lesson aims to answer such questions and give pupils some basic ideas about numerical modelling. A special attention is paid to the importance of a proper designing of the model grid.

The webinar will be conducted by our guest - Maria Kłeczek. She is a PhD student dealing with atmospheric modelling at the Institute of Geophysics of Polish Academy of Sciences; a graduate of environmental protection at Warsaw University of Technology.

Presenter: Maria Kłeczek