Climate change scientists
Our climate change scientists
- Dr Tim Andrews
Tim is a climate scientist working on forcing, feedbacks and heat uptake in the climate system.
- Dr Alejandro Bodas-Salcedo
Alejandro works on developing and assessing the Met Office Hadley Centre's climate models.
- Dr Rob Chadwick
Rob looks at changes in the global water cycle related to climate change and variability, focusing on the tropics.
- Robin Clark
Robin is a climate scientist researching changes in extreme events likely to arise due to climate change.
- Mat Collins
Mat is currently Associate Professor in Climate Systems at Exeter University and a Met Office Hadley Centre visiting Scientist.
- Dr Marie Doutriaux-Boucher
Marie works as a climate feedback scientist. She is interested in modelling and observations.
- Prof. Jonathan Gregory
Jonathan is a Research Fellow in climate change at the Met Office Hadley Centre.
- Glen Harris
Glen is a senior scientist in probabilistic climate prediction and is involved in the production of probabilistic climate projections, combining observations and ensembles of climate model simulations.
- Dr Lizzie Kendon
Lizzie is a climate scientist working on extreme rainfall processes and their evaluation in models across space and time scales.
- Dr Richard Levine
Richard is a scientist working on the climate model simulation of monsoons.
- Ruth McDonald
Ruth is a climate scientist working on understanding the impact of climate change on extra-tropical storms and tropical cyclones.
- Dr Gill Martin
Gill leads the study of hydrological cycle processes in observations and their representation in models.
- Dr Matthew Mizielinski
Matthew is a research scientist working on developing and analysing higher resolution versions of Met Office global coupled climate models across space and time scales.
- James Murphy
James is developing a strategy for seamless ensemble prediction across a range of time scales.
- Dr Mark Ringer
Mark leads a team studying feedbacks in the climate system.
- Dr Malcolm Roberts
Malcolm leads a team working on developing and analysing higher resolution versions of Met Office global coupled climate models across space and time scales.
- Dr Dave Rowell
Dave works on the global drivers of African climate change to understand their mechanisms and the reliability of their modelling.
- Catherine Senior
Cath leads the Understanding Climate Change area which includes work on understanding and modelling key physical climate processes and feedbacks.
- David Sexton
Head of Scenarios Development , part of Quantifying Uncertainty in Model Projections (QUMP), and leads the production of probabilistic climate projections using observations and ensembles of climate model simulations.
Chris is interested in the use of high-resolution convection-permitting models to understand future climate change at the regional level.
- Dr Yoko Tsushima
Yoko works to quantify and reduce uncertainty in climate change, through understanding and improving the representation of cloud-radiative processes.
- Mark Webb
Mark chairs the Cloud Feedback Model Intercomparison Project (CFMIP) and works on understanding cloud feedbacks in climate models and evaluating model clouds with observations.
- Dr Peili Wu
Peili is working on understanding and predicting the hydrological cycle as part of the climate system.