Cambridge, United Kingdom
Research field: Earth Sciences - Atmospheric Sciences
natural climate variability, polar climate modelling, troposphere-stratosphere transport and coupling, tropical-polar teleconnections
Journal Article (13)
Andrew Orr, Tony Phillips, Stuart Webster et al. (2014) Met Office Unified Model high-resolution simulations of a strong wind event in Antarctica, n/a-n/a. In Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society.
Thomas J. Bracegirdle, John Turner, J. Scott Hosking et al. (2014) Sources of uncertainty in projections of twenty-first century westerly wind changes over the Amundsen Sea, West Antarctica, in CMIP5 climate models. In Climate Dynamics.
John Turner, Thomas J. Bracegirdle, Tony Phillips et al. (2013) An Initial Assessment of Antarctic Sea Ice Extent in the CMIP5 Models, 1473-1484. In Journal of Climate 26 (5).
Andrew Orr, Thomas J. Bracegirdle, J. Scott Hosking et al. (2013) Strong Dynamical Modulation of the Cooling of the Polar Stratosphere Associated with the Antarctic Ozone Hole, 662-668. In Journal of Climate 26 (2).
John Turner, J. Scott Hosking, Tony Phillips et al. (2013) Temporal and spatial evolution of the Antarctic sea ice prior to the September 2012 record maximum extent, n/a-n/a. In Geophysical Research Letters 40 (October).
J. Scott Hosking, Andrew Orr, Gareth J. Marshall et al. (2013) The influence of the Amundsen-Bellingshausen Seas Low on the climate of West Antarctica and its representation in coupled climate model simulations.. In Journal of Climate.
Nicholas E. Barrand, David G. Vaughan, Nicholas Steiner et al. (2013) Trends in Antarctic Peninsula surface melting conditions from observations and regional climate modeling, 315-330. In Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 118 (1).
Andrew Orr, Thomas J. Bracegirdle, J. Scott Hosking et al. (2012) Possible Dynamical Mechanisms for Southern Hemisphere Climate Change due to the Ozone Hole, 2917-2932. In Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences 69 (10).
J. S. Hosking, M. R. Russo, P. Braesicke et al. (2012) Tropical convective transport and the Walker circulation, 9791-9797. In Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 12 (20).
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Awards and Grants
Oct 2005NERC e-Science PhD Studentship View website
I am a research scientist at the British Antarctic Survey. I use both climate and high-resolution forecast models to study dynamical and chemical atmospheric processes, bridging between global and local scales. The primary aim of my work is to further understanding of the mechanisms that lie behind natural and human-induced drivers of climate variability in the polar regions.
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Cambridge, United Kingdom