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Atmospheric Processes and Parametrization
Heather works on land surface modelling, with a particular interest in hydrology
Martin manages the research undertaken on land surface processes
Ian works on cloudy boundary layers and their representation within the Met Office's Unified Model.
Steve leads a research and development team working on atmospheric convective cloud systems and their representation.
Chloe is a scientific software engineer at MetOffice@Reading.
John works on the relationship between the atmospheric boundary layer and the underlying surface.
Paul leads research into cloud microphysical processes.
Nicola works on land surface modelling, with a particular interest in hydrology and methane emission from wetlands.
Carol works on the representation of subgrid-scale mixing in convective-scale versions of the Unified Model.
Kirsty works on the representation of convection in convective-scale versions of the Unified Model.
Maggie works on representing surface processes in weather and climate models with a particular interest in urban areas.
Adrian works on cloud microphysics and aerosol-cloud interactions.
Peter develops the radiation parametrization at the Met Office.
Humphrey leads research into formulation and applications of convective-scale versions of the Unified Model.
Ruth's work focuses on the atmospheric boundary layer and its interaction with the land surface.
Adrian leads the research and development of the parametrization of the atmospheric boundary layer.
James works on the parametrization of radiative transfer in the atmosphere.
Cyril leads a team improving the way that clouds and radiation are represented in weather forecasts and climate simulations.
Matt works on development, validation and community support of JULES.
Nigel coordinates work on convective-scale predictability in the Met Office.
Gabriel works on representing the land surface in weather and climate models.
Peter works on flows in hilly and mountainous terrain, with a specific focus on fine-scale prediction of wind and temperature, and related hazards.
Ben works on atmospheric convection, with a particular interest in microphysics.
Glenn carries out fundamental research into mesoscale, dynamical processes and currently coordinates effort into the representation of stochasticity.
Rachel works on atmospheric convection and clouds.
Simon is the Head of Atmospheric Processes and Parametrizations and conducts research into improving the representation of orography and gravity wave processes.
Graham works on the datasets needed for running land surface models such as JULES as well as analysing model output.
Stu is a senior scientist working on the modelling of flow over orography.
Michael is a research scientist investigating atmospheric convection.
Jonathan works on cloud microphysics modelling, with the specific interest of improving the microphysics within the forecast and climate models.
Ricky is a research scientist working on atmospheric convection.
Last updated: 9 April 2014
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