Dr. Andrew Turner
Dr Andrew G. Turner|
Lecturer in Monsoon Systems
Department of Meteorology (room 3L70)
University of Reading
PO Box 243
Reading RG6 6BB, UK
T: +44 (0)118 378 6019
F: +44 (0)118 378 8905
E: a.g.turner @ reading.ac.uk
LATEST NEWS: PhD project available: Understanding the evolution of the Indian monsoon with high-resolution modelling and field campaign data | Contact me to discuss.
LATEST NEWS: Read about our recent Hindu Kush-Himalaya workshop at ICIMOD!
I'm a former NERC Fellow and now Lecturer in Monsoon Systems funded jointly by the University of Reading's Academic Investment Programme (see also) and NCAS-Climate, based in the Department of Meteorology. I have close connections with the Walker Institute for Climate System Research.
My general interests are in monsoon variability, predictability and prediction including the interaction between monsoon systems and other elements of the climate system.
Here you can see my CV and publications list. Using the menu buttons you can also view links including my publications, Monsoon@Reading projects and teaching duties.
I'm currently co-chair of the GEWEX/CLIVAR Monsoons Panel.
For general information about the monsoon you may refer to a recent factsheet from the Walker Institute concerning the UKIERI project and climate change in India, or a WCRP factsheet on The Global Monsoon Systems put together as part of my work with the WCRP CLIVAR Asian-Australian Monsoon Panel (AAMP).
Watch the University or Reading and Walker Institute video showcasing its research into climate change.