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Meteorological Halo Experts

The following experts are available as meteorological halo consultants and meteorological halo expert witnesses.  ORC experts are peer-recommended authorities who have been carefully selected and rigorously screened.
    Definition:  Meteorological Halo - A region resembling a luminous ring that appears around the sun or moon, which is caused by the reflection or refraction of light by particles suspended in the earth's atmosphere. The radius of the ring is inversely proportional to the predominant particle radius.

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Expert in Weather, Meteorology, Climate, Forensic Meteorology, and Validating Weather Claims for Insurance
Expert provides legal weather services, historical weather data, forensic meteorologists and expert witness interpretation to the legal profession and all those involved in criminal or civil litigation. He can assist in all matters of Forensic ... See full profile

Dorset, United Kingdom

Expert in Meteorology and Climate
Expert is a recognised expert in the analysis of past weather events for the purpose of preparing expert evidence for use in Court and Arbitration hearings and to assist in the evaluation of the validity of insurance claims. He has been instructed by many ... See full profile

Derbyshire, United Kingdom


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