I study atmospheric circulation, storms and extreme rainfall, based at the National Centre for Atmospheric Science and the University of Reading, U.K.
Understanding the vagaries of storm activity underpins a crucial part of societies’ resilience to weather and climate hazards—now and in the future.
I’m a member of the High-Resolution Climate Modelling group, a long-standing research collaboration between the University of Reading and the Met Office Hadley Centre for Climate Science and Services. To find out more about the group’s work, visit hrcm.ceda.ac.uk.
Taking a closer look at Europe’s future winters [1st October, 2019]