The Access to Research service is a new initiative to give free, walk-in access to a wide range of academic articles and research in public libraries across the UK. On the back of a successful technical trial, run in libraries from ten local authorities (September - December 2013), the service is being rolled out across the UK from February 2014 as part of a two year pilot. Subjects include art, architecture, business, engineering, history, languages, politics, philosophy, mathematics and the sciences. All content provided is digital and can be accessed from your designated library terminal, via a search delivery service called Summon. The Access to Research initiative is only available in the UK
The Met Office holds the nation's weather and climate records. It provides a range of information under the Public Weather Service (PWS), which is funded by the UK Government. This includes generating everything from day-to-day site-specific forecasts to long range forecasts.
Data are archived. If the data you require is not available from the linked webpage then you should contact Professor Duncan Purdie email@example.com for further details and information about availability.