SCENARIO NERC DTP

Subset of PhD Projects intersecting with the theme:


Earth observation, remote sensing and novel measurements


SC2019-09 Detail Electric dust storms: environmental challenges and impacts
Lead supervisor: Giles Harrison, University of Reading.
This project has support from the UAE Rain Enhancement Programme.

SC2019-10 Detail Bias correction in Data Assimilation
Lead supervisor: Alison Fowler, University of Reading and NCEO.
This project partners with the Met Office.

SC2019-13 Detail Coupled carbon, water and heat fluxes over the global land surface
Lead supervisor: Keith Haines, University of Reading and NCEO.
This project partners with the Met Office.

SC2019-14 Detail Improving our understanding of ice cloud microphysics using new aircraft and multi-wavelength radar measurements
Lead supervisor: Chris Westbrook, University of Reading.
This project partners with NCEO.

SC2019-17 Detail Enhancing forecasting flood inundation mapping through data assimilation
Lead supervisor: Sarah Dance, University of Reading.
This project has CASE sponsorship with JBA.

SC2019-21 Detail Analysis of peatland carbon dynamics using combined optical and microwave satellite data
Lead supervisor: Keith Morrison, University of Reading.
This project has joint sponsorship with the James Hutton Institute.

SC2019-24 Detail Evaluating and improving high-resolution high-impact weather numerical weather forecasts
Lead supervisor: Bob Plant, University of Reading.
This project partners with the Met Office and South African Weather Service.

SC2019-29 Detail Improving river flood forecasts using machine learning and water observations from river camera images
Lead supervisor: Varun Kumar Ojha, University of Reading.
This project partners with Farsun Digital Ltd.

SC2019-34 Detail Exploiting the UK and Global COSMOS Soil Moisture Sensor Network to Provide Space Weather Alerts for Aviation and Critical Infrastructure
Lead supervisor: Keith Ryden, University of Surrey.
This project partners with Centre for Ecology and Hydrology and the Met Office.


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