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Scott Hosking

  • PhD, MChem (Hons)
  • Research Scientist
  • British Antarctic Survey
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Research interests

tropical-polar teleconnectionstroposphere-stratosphere transport and couplingpolar climate modellingnatural climate variability

About

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.

Co-authors (68)

Publications

Absence of 21st century warming on Antarctic Peninsula consistent with natural variability

  • Turner J
  • Lu H
  • White I
Nature (2016)
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Variability and trends in the Southern Hemisphere high latitude, quasi-stationary planetary waves

  • Turner J
  • Hosking J
  • Bracegirdle T
International Journal of Climatology (2016)
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Recent Arctic amplification and extreme mid-latitude weather

  • Cohen J
  • Screen J
  • Furtado J
Nature Geoscience (2014)
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Possible dynamical mechanisms for southern hemisphere climate change due to the ozone hole

  • Orr A
  • Bracegirdle T
  • Scott Hosking J
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (2012)
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Ice core evidence for significant 100-year regional warming on the Antarctic Peninsula

  • Thomas E
  • Dennis P
  • Bracegirdle T
Geophysical Research Letters (2009)
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Professional experience

Research Scientist

British Antarctic Survey

December 2009 - Present

Education history

Ph.D in Atmospheric Science

University of Cambridge

October 2005 - December 2009(4 years)

MChem (Hons) in Chemistry

Bangor University

September 2001 - June 2005(4 years)