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Satellite Applications scientists
Maria works on SO2 retrievals from infrared satellite data
Nigel is responsible for pre-processing of satellite sounder data in the Met Office and the development of pre-processing software.
Thomas is a scientist at the Met Office whose research is aimed at improving satellite data processing and interpretation capabilities and satellite products.
James works on the assimilation of Atmospheric Infrared Sounder data and is the SatRad Manager
Mike's research is aimed at improving satellite image data processing, interpretation and assimilation capabilities at the Met Office.
James is a research scientist working on scatterometer winds and Atmospheric Motion Vectors.
John leads research and development to improve exploitation of satellite data in numerical weather prediction and other applications in weather and climate.
Mary works on satellite-derived atmospheric motion vectors, aiming to improve their impact in forecast models.
Pete manages and carries out research aimed at improving satellite image data processing, interpretation and assimilation capabilities at the Met Office.
Gemma Halloran (nee Bennitt)
Gemma is a research scientist working on the use of GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) Water Vapour and space-based Doppler Wind Lidar observations in NWP (Numerical Weather Prediction).
James works on cloud detection algorithms applied to satellite imagery.
Simon J Keogh
Simon's role is to lead and manage the Satellite Data Products and Systems Group.
Katie's research is aimed at improving the use of microwave satellite data for Numerical Weather Prediction applications.
Huw manages the work to promote, plan, accelerate and pull through to operation of environmental prediction capabilities.
Sarah's research aims to deliver accurate satellite-derived sea surface temperature measurements to climate research scientists.
Stuart is researching improvements to the way satellite observations from space are used in the Met Office's daily weather forecasts.
Yaswant's research is aimed at improving satellite image data processing, interpretation and assimilation capabilities at the Met Office.
Samantha's work is aimed at assimilating information about the land surface, derived from satellites, into the Met Office's Numerical Weather Prediction system.
Peter is developing radiative transfer models at the Met Office for the improvement of satellite data assimilation.
David works on improving the performance and functionality of the fast radiative transfer model, RTTOV.
Roger leads Satellite Applications, developing the use of satellite data for assimilation into NWP models and imagery for forecasting, and promoting the use of satellites for climate monitoring.
Fiona's research is aimed at improving Met Office analyses through improved use of satellite sounding data.
Laura's research focuses on the exploitation of satellite sounding data in convective scale weather forecasting.
Ruth works on improving satellite image data assimilation capabilities at the Met Office.
Peter's research aims to improve Met Office analyses through improved use of satellite sounding data.
Last updated: 8 April 2014
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