May 13-24 2019, Arran Outdoor Centre, Scotland.

Experienced researchers will help you to develop the core skills required to excel in practical fieldwork.

With guidance from eminent scientists and dedicated group mentors, you will work in small teams to prepare and deliver daily weather forecasts, profile the atmosphere, operate instruments in remote locations, and investigate atmospheric trace gases and aerosols.

The 14th Atmospheric Measurement Summer School will take place at the Arran Outdoor Centre in Lamlash from Monday 13th to Friday 24th May 2019. This practical course is designed for PhD and early career scientists who want to gain confidence, experience and in-depth knowledge about atmospheric science fieldwork.

The NCAS Atmospheric Measurement Summer School focuses on the core skills researchers need to achieve excellence in practical fieldwork

Our comprehensive programme will challenge you to:

  • use synoptic charts and other data to give daily weather forecasts
  • profile the atmosphere using radiosondes and surface measurements on a mountain
  • log data and work with instruments in remote locations
  • investigate atmospheric trace gases and aerosols

You can watch our short video about the atmospheric summer school. To express interest, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..