Monthly to decadal prediction scientists
Our monthly to decadal prediction scientists
- Prof. Adam Scaife
Adam leads our work on Monthly to Decadal Prediction while carrying out personal research on mechanisms, computer modelling and predictability of climate.
- Dr Philip Bett
Philip researches the impacts of climate variability and climate change.
- Joanne Camp
Joanne develops global seasonal predictions of tropical cyclone activity.
- Dr Ruth Comer
Ruth works on the development of new seasonal forecast products.
- Dr Nick Dunstone
Nick works on understanding dynamical climate variability over monthly to decadal climate prediction timescales.
- Rosemary Eade
Rosemary works on monthly to decadal climate prediction with an emphasis on predictability and modes of variability.
- Dr David Fereday
David works on developing and improving the seasonal forecast model.
- Dr Steven Hardiman
Steven works on climate dynamics.
- Dr Leon Hermanson
Leon works on understanding predictability from seasonal to decadal time scales.
- Sarah Ineson
Sarah is a climate scientist working on El Niño Southern Oscillation.
Gillian works on understanding the likelihood and dynamics of extreme climate events in the current climate.
Chris works in the Monthly-to-Decadal Variability and Predictability group and undertakes scientific research in the field of global climate dynamics, climate predictions and services.
- Jeff Knight
Jeff works on developing understanding and modelling of the key physical mechanisms in monthly to decadal prediction.
- Dr Julia Lockwood
Julia researches predictability and variability on monthly to decadal timescales, specialising in extra-tropical cyclones over Europe.
- Dr Craig MacLachlan
Craig leads the development and implementation of the Met Office Monthly to Seasonal forecast system.
- Dr Anna Maidens
Anna works on analysing and calibrating the output from the dynamical forecasting model for seasonal timescales.
- Dr Doug Smith
Doug leads the decadal climate prediction research and development at the Met Office Hadley Centre.
- Dr. Nicky Stringer
Nicky researches the impacts of climate variability and change, particularly hydrological impacts and droughts.