PhD project videos

Short video podcasts of a number of SCENARIO Doctoral Training Programme PhD projects available within the Meteorology department, and other related departments, are now available on Youtube.

Projects, supervisors and links are given below. All are University of Reading unless indicated otherwise.

Department of Meteorology Dr Nicolas Bellouin: Satellite retrievals of aerosols in the infrared
  Dr Helen Dacre: Improving the accuracy of air quality forecasts
  Dr Marie-Estelle Demory: Large-scale drivers of the seasonal to decadal variability in terrestrial water storage
  Dr Amos Lawless & Professor Nancy Nichols: Ensemble covariances for coupled atmosphere-ocean data assimilation
  Professor John Methven: Explaining timescales associated with jet stream variability
  Professor Keith Shine: Contribution of near-infrared bands of greenhouse gases to radiative forcing
  Professor Keith Shine: The radiative properties of greenhouse gases in the Earth's atmosphere
  Dr Thorwald Stein: Cloud electrification and lightning in the evolution of convective storms
  Dr Andy Turner: Evolution of monsoon rainfall in climate models and paleoclimate observations over the last millennium
Department of Agriculture Dr Robbie Girling: Assessing the effects of NOx and Ozone on volatile organic Signal Mediated Interactions of the silver Y month (ANOSMIA)
School of Biological Sciences Dr Richard Walters: Remote sensing as a tool for ecological forecasting
Department of Chemistry Dr Ricardo Grau-Crespo: Trace element incorporation into stalagmite calcite as a paleo-volcanic record: a chemical perspective
Department of Geography and Environmental Science Professor Anne Verhoef: Combining remote sensing, novel in-situ temperature sensing techniques and ecosystem models for improved environmental risk assessment related to shallow groundwater
  Professor Frank Mayle: Assessing the resilience of Brazil’s iconic Araucaria forest to past and future climate change
  Dr Liz Shaw: How do earthworms and soil microbila communities interact to determine the fate of organic matter amendments to soil?
  Dr Tom Sizmur: Impact of extreme rainfall events on the mobility of potentially toxic elements in floodplains
  Professor Andrew Wade: The implications of climate and land cover change for UK lowland rivers: an assessment of multiple stressors on multiple pollutants
University of Surrey - Departmnet of Civil and Environmental Engineering Dr Sue Hughes: Improving short-range weather forecasting using ensemble data assimilation techniques
British Geological Survey Dan Lapworth: Application of novel field sensors for tracking pathogens in drinking water supplies in Africa





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