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Monthly to Decadal Prediction scientists

  • Prof. Adam Scaife

    Adam leads monthly to decadal prediction research while carrying out personal research on climate variability. He recently led the development of the Hadley Centre high resolution climate model HadGEM3-H.

  • Dr Philip Bett

    Philip researches the impacts of climate variability and change, from seasonal climate predictions to possible changes over many decades, helping inform adaptation decisions for public and private sector organisations.

  • Joanne Camp

    Joanne develops seasonal predictions of tropical storm activity in the North Atlantic.

  • Dr Ruth Comer

    Ruth works on the development of new seasonal forecast products.

  • Dr Nick Dunstone

    Nick is a climate scientist working on inter-annual to decadal climate prediction.

  • Rosemary Eade

    Rosemary works on monthly to decadal climate prediction with a particular 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.

  • Dr Jeff Knight

    Jeff works on developing understanding and modelling of the key physical mechanisms in monthly to decadal prediction.

  • Dr Craig MacLachlan

    Craig works on the development and implementation of the seasonal forecast system.

  • Dr Anna Maidens

    Anna works on analysing and calibrating the output from the dynamical forecasting model for seasonal timescales.

  • Dr K. Andrew (Drew) Peterson

    Drew works on improving the initial conditions used in the seasonal forecast system.

  • 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.

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