Mariana is a scientist working in Observations Research and Development, with particular specialisation in lidars, aerosol optical and microphysical properties.
Graeme works on the development of the Met Office lightning locating network (ATDnet) and on GNSS meteorology
Joelle specialises in remote sensing of aerosols and trace gases including water vapour and ozone.
Zhihong works on data assimilation methods for 1.5 km resolution NWP-based nowcasting systems.
Fiona works as a marine observations specialist, improving the Met Office's access to oceanographic and meteorological measurements from new and existing observing networks.
Matt has worked as an observations scientist since 2005, working in the field of surface sensor research and development.
Dawn works on the development and improvement of weather radar products with a particular interest in precipitation estimation.
Sharon joined the Met Office in 2012 and works as a radar scientist in the radar products team.
Dr Jonathan Jones is head of Global Navigation Satellite System meteorology research and development work for the Met Office.
Observations R&D brings technical change into Operational Observations Networks. Malcolm manages the five teams involved in this strategic area.
Darren works on evaluating next-generation surface sensors, with a current emphasis on Present Weather sensors.
David Moore works with instrument evaluation, development and suitability for deployment in the surface network. He is responsible for ozone measurements and support for ozonesonde launches at Lerwick.
Mike leads the research and development of Automatic Weather Stations and operational in-situ instruments at the Met Office.
Katie leads the Radar Products Research and Development team who are responsible for improving quantitative precipitation estimates (QPE) and deriving new products from radar.
Caroline is a radar research scientist working on the use of processed radar data for quantitative precipitation estimation.
Chris works on improving surface meteorological measurements by the Met Office
Mark works on the comparison of radar and rain-gauge data.
Chris is a radar research scientist working on the generation of ensemble products for nowcasting applications.
Last updated: 15 May 2014