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, and the impact of high temperatures on the infrastructure of the UK National Health Service. Career background Doug joined the Climate Impacts group in 2008, after completing a PhD split between the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, and the Department of Probability and Statistics
investigating new methods that allow the efficient assimilation of observations with spatially correlated errors. Career Background Jo joined the Met Office in September 2019. Prior to joining the Met Office she obtained an undergraduate degree in Mathematics from the University of Southampton
in our models, but at the lowest possible compute cost. In order to achieve this, Omar is using the latest machine learning frameworks with techniques such as deep learning. Career background Omar joined the Met Office in 2012. Prior to joining the Met Office, he was a post-doctoral research fellow in theoretical astrophysics at Ohio University. He holds a PhD in Physics from University of Southampton and an MPhys from University of Warwick.
coupled to the NEMO hydrodynamic model. This is running pre-operationally in near-real time, as well as being run on a hindcast basis. A particular focus currently is assessing the performance of the biological data assimilation scheme jointly developed by National Oceanography Centre, Southampton
is a long-term goal of this team. Career background Gavin joined the Met Office's Post Processing team in 2013. Prior to this, he completed a PhD in Physical Oceanography at the University of Southampton entitled "Circulation and Carbon Variability in the South Atlantic Ocean". Prior to this Gavin undertook a MSc at the University of Birmingham in Applied Meteorology and Climatology, and a MPhys in Physics at the University of Warwick.
studying the climate whilst doing an integrated Master of Oceanography degree at the University of Southampton, wheremy projects were climate science focussed. I completed the course with first class honours and graduated with the top grade of the year; enabling me to win funding to do a doctorate
Forecasting Research and Development group at the Met Office in September 2014. Prior to this she completed a PhD at the University of Southampton, investigating the physical mechanisms of the sea surface temperature (SST) annual cycle and its influence of the phytoplankton blooms in the North Atlantic
, Kate acquired her MSc. Oceanography at the University of Southampton and BSc. (hons) Geology at the University of Durham, with a year at Scripps Institution of Oceanography.
Case 1 Route: Southampton to Norwich (VFR) Date: 27 th August 2017, departing 08 UTC Let’s take a look at the weather forecast, assess the potential threats and start investigating how to mitigate against these risks. a. Synoptic situation Describe the broad features in the synoptic chart, what