Imogen models the transport of material using the Met Office's Numerical Atmospheric-dispersion Modelling Environment (NAME).
Imogen's areas of expertise include:
Imogen is currently using NAME to investigate whether CH4 detected by monitoring stations in Canada is a product of the natural freeze-thaw cycles of the numerous lakes in the area.
Imogen has worked in the Atmospheric Dispersion and Air Quality Group since joining the Met Office in 2009, and has used NAME for a variety of applications, including the dispersion of SO2 and the formation of sulphate aerosol from volcanic eruptions.
Prior to joining the Met Office, Imogen completed a PhD in early universe cosmology at the University of Portsmouth. Imogen also has an MSc in Astronomy from the University of Sussex and a BSc in Mathematical Physics from the University of Liverpool.
Last updated: 15 August 2013