I’m a climate scientist studying the atmospheric phenomena which drive rainfall variability, based at the National Centre for Atmospheric Science and the University of Reading, UK.
Understanding the vagaries of global and regional rainfall patterns is vital for predicting future rainfall trends and extremes, and for developing societies’ resilience to the impacts of climate change.
I hope you enjoy exploring this website, which provides open access to my research as well as blogs and regular updates. To find out more, please also visit hrcm.ceda.ac.uk, the new website for the High-Resolution Climate Modelling research group, of which I’m a member. A summary of the site’s content can be found in this short blog.