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Dr Susan Leadbetter

Iceland. Before joining the Met Office, Susan worked as a postdoctoral research assistant at Duke University (USA) looking at the role of the North Atlantic ocean in European climate variability. Prior to that she worked at the University of Liverpool on the 36N project. This project involved

The Royal Charter Gale

, which foundered on the north coast of Anglesey. The ship was on the last leg of her two month journey from Melbourne to Liverpool. She was one of the fastest and most famous emigrant ships operating during the years of the Australian Gold Rush and could carry up to 600 passengers and some cargo

Niall McConnell

Office's MyOcean products; administration of the MyOcean server; development of the MyOcean Web Portal. Career background Niall joined the Met Office in 2009 to work on the MyOcean project after graduating with a MSc in Applied Physical Oceanography from Bangor University. Prior to this Niall worked as a Software Developer. As an undergraduate Niall studied Geophysics with Physics at the University of Liverpool.    

Dr Larry Morgan

, Halifax, Nova Scotia and as a post-doc at the Astrophysics Research Institute of Liverpool John Moores University. His main areas of research during that time were star formation and the formation/behaviour of the interstellar medium, using world-leading technologies both in the observation and computer modelling of astrophysical phenomena.


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Dr Laura Jackson

. A new parameterization for shear-driven ocean mixing in a climate model was developed and is being used in a GFDL climate model. Laura has a PhD in Ocean Modelling from Liverpool University where she investigated the effects of topography on the ocean circulation. Prior to that she did an undergraduate degree in Mathematics at Cambridge University and a MSc in Industrial and Environmental Modelling at Bristol University mathematics department.  

Dr Annelize van Niekerk

worked on the representation of orographic drag in models. Prior to this, she completed her undergraduate in Mathematics and Philosophy at the University of Liverpool in 2010 and went on to gain her masters in Astrophysics at Queen Mary, University of London in 2012. External recognition Annelize was awarded the Royal Meteorological Society's L F Richardson Prize in 2018.

Most Tornadoes in one Day 23 November 1981

in a belt 200 - 250km wide and 400km long stretching from Anglesey across central, north and Eastern England with outbreaks in areas near Liverpool, Manchester Hull and Bimingham although most were in rural locations. Although most of the tornadoes were only FU - F1 on the Fujita scale with a few

Dr Terry Davies

to contribute to the design of future dynamical cores. Career background Terry studied Applied Mathematics and Computer Science at Sheffield University from 1969 to 1972. He then went to Liverpool University to undertake a PhD on Heat and Mass Transfer in Fluid Flow and joined the Met Office in 1975

Dr Adrian Semple

provides a strong and important link between research and operational meteorology. Career background Prior to the Met Office, Adrian completed a Pure and Applied Physics Degree (first class) at Liverpool University, where he remained to complete a PhD in Nuclear Structure Physics and two years postdoctoral

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