I am a climate scientist at the British Antarctic Survey (BAS). I use a combination of traditional and machine learning analysis techniques on data from climate models, satellite and in-situ observations to study dynamical and chemical atmospheric processes, bridging between global and local scales. The primary aims of my work are to identify and understand the key mechanisms that drive year-to-year climate variability over vulnerable regions, the changes in frequency and strength of extreme weather and climate events, and reduce uncertainties in future climate projections.
- Drivers of recent climate change observed over West Antarctica [see papers: #10, #12, #21]
- Extreme polar weather events associated with shifts in regional climate
- Machine Learning applications in environmental sciences
- Atmospheric linkages between the tropics and the polar regions
- Sea ice changes in a warming world [see papers: #7, #11, #18]
- Polar Stratospheric Clouds (PSCs) and their role on stratospheric ozone recovery [see paper: #15]