Kimberley Eastaugh

Areas of expertise

  • Climate change projections
  • Extreme events
  • Oceanography
  • Maritime sector


Current activities

Kimberley is a Foundation Scientist currently involved in projects that support decision-making for the marine industry, including in support of autonomous shipping and investigating wave projections using machine learning techniques.

Career background

Kimberley joined the Marine Applications team in March 2024. Previously, Kimberley worked in the health team in the wider Industry Science & Consultancy team, investigating climate projections and extremes.

Prior to joining the Met Office in November 2021, Kimberley worked as Geodetic Technical Advisor at the UK Hydrographic Office (UKHO) supporting maritime shipping and navigation. Whilst working full-time and in her own time, Kimberley pursued and completed a PG Certificate in Climate Change Management with the University of Edinburgh, achieving a Distinction in June 2020. This supplements the BSc in Oceanography that Kimberley achieved with the University of Southampton back in June 2012.