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Dr Gillian Kay

the Met Office in 2008, Gillian completed a PhD at the University of Oxford on how climate models simulate variability and change in southern African rainfall. During her time as a doctoral student, she also gained experience in meteorological observations as Observer at the Radcliffe Met. Station

Dr Peter Francis

international field campaigns. Before joining the Met Office, Pete gained a DPhil at Oxford University, using aircraft data to study the radiative properties of clouds. As an undergraduate Pete received a degree in Physics, also from Oxford University. External recognition Between 2006 and 2012, Pete served

United Kingdom Chemistry and Aerosols (UKCA) Model

, it began as a joint project between the Met Office and the Universities of Cambridge and Leeds. Since then, contributions to UKCA are also being provided by work at the Universities of Oxford, Reading, East Anglia and Lancaster. For further information on UKCA, see UKCA hosted by the University

Dr John Eyre

Office in Bracknell in 1978, with a BA in Physics and a DPhil in Atmospheric Physics from the University of Oxford. For his doctorate he studied radiometric measurements of minor constituents affecting ozone concentrations in the stratosphere. At the Met Office, John worked first as research

Dr Jonathan Flowerdew

operational centres. More recently, he conducted the first Met Office research into the synergy between ensembles and data assimilation for convection-permitting models. Jonathan joined the Met Office in 2006, after completing a DPhil at the University of Oxford on the use of nudging and feature

Vibha Selvaratnam

validating Met Office Dispersion Model against some long range dispersion experiments. Career background Vibha has worked in atmospheric dispersion since joining the Met Office in 2014. Prior to joining the Met Office, Vibha completed an MMath in mathematics at the University of Oxford.

Richard Jones

of Oxford, involving coordinating Met Office Academic Partnership activities in climate services and African climate and collaborative research on generating regional climate information from large ensemble simulations and on model development. Met Office focal point for the UNFCCC Nairobi Work Programme

Met Office Academic Partnership

The Met Office Academic Partnership is a cluster of research excellence that brings together the Met Office and institutions who are among the leading UK Universities in weather and climate science (UCL, University of Bristol, University of Exeter, University of Leeds, University of Oxford

OxBump application

This unique app for iPhone combines the weather forecast with flag status for Oxford and Cambridge rowers to help plan training, assess the safety of the river and keep track of bumps (races).  Flag status The 'flag status' in Oxford and Cambridge is used to regulate which crews can be rowing

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