Observations research and development scientists
Our observations research and development scientists
The Observations R&D team consists of around 50 people across a range of disciplines and skills. Some of our scientists include:
- Dr Joelle Buxmann
Joelle specialises in remote sensing of aerosols and trace gases including water vapour and ozone.
- Dawn Harrison
Dawn leads the Observations Network Design team
- Dr Sharon Jewell
Sharon works as a radar scientist in the Observations Network Design team.
Dave is our Principal Consultant for Observations.
- Dr Jonathan Jones
Jonathan is head of Global Navigation Satellite System meteorology research and development work for the Met Office.
Zhihong works on data assimilation methods for 1.5 km resolution NWP-based nowcasting systems.
- Darren Lyth
Darren works on evaluating next-generation surface sensors, with a current emphasis on Present Weather sensors.
- Mike Molyneux
Mike leads the research and development of Automatic Weather Stations and operational in-situ instruments at the Met Office.
Debbie leads the Remote Sensing and Aircraft Based Observations team.
Kate leads the Surface Systems team.
Alan works on surface observations.
Dr Claire Witham
Claire is the Head of the Observations R&D area.