Selena is a radar research scientist. Her work involves developing methods to improve rainfall estimation using radar data.
Areas of expertise:
The primary focus of Selena's work involves development of a system to derive the specific differential phase (KDP) dual polarisation parameter. KDP is the gradient of the difference between phase shift in the horizontal and vertical directions. It is expected that use of this parameter will lead to significant improvements in rainfall estimation using radar data.
Since joining the Met Office in 2008 she has worked on many interesting projects including:
Selena has been a member of the Met Office Radar Products team since 2008 after completing an MSc in Remote Sensing and Image Processing at Edinburgh University. Her dissertation was based on determining the depth of supra-glacial lakes in Greenland by their remotely sensed reflectance. As an undergraduate, she completed an MPhys in Computational Physics.
Last updated: 8 October 2013