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University of Reading, Department of Meteorology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 24 University of Reading, Department of Meteorology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 24 University of Reading, Department of Meteorology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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ECMWF: Improving river streamflow forecasts using deep learning techniques

Current-generation physics-based river discharge models require high-resolution data to be accurate. These constraints result in river discharge forecasts having a large computational cost and high sensitivity to errors in the underlying weather forecast. Read more

SCENARIO: Generating and evaluating the next generation of ensemble atmospheric dispersion forecasts (SC2023_42)

Many hazardous events including volcanic eruptions, chemical or radiation releases, industrial fires and wildfires, release aerosols and gases into the atmosphere. Near the Earth’s surface these aerosols and gases can be damaging to human and animal health, vegetation, and infrastructure. Read more

SCENARIO: New approaches to ocean state analysis for climate and forecasting applications (SC2023_43)

  Research Group: SCENARIO NERC DTP
Reconstructing present-day and past ocean temperature salinity and circulation states is critical both to making long-range weather and climate forecasts and for understanding how the ocean has responded over the last century to imbalances in the Earth’s energy budget due to global warming. Read more

SCENARIO: Maximising the value of observational data in ensemble data assimilation for hazardous weather prediction (SC2023_30)

  Research Group: SCENARIO NERC DTP
In a changing climate, an improved ability to forecast hazardous weather is key to the management of risk for society. In weather forecasting systems, large numerical models solve nonlinear equations describing physical processes in the atmosphere. Read more

SCENARIO: Parameterising model bias in data assimilation with application to marine biogeochemistry forecasting (SC2023_28)

  Research Group: SCENARIO NERC DTP
The monitoring and forecasting of the marine biogeochemistry in the shelf seas is essential for understanding the present and future health of our seas and its many associated environmental, economic and societal impacts. Read more

SCENARIO: Machine learning driven balance relationships for next generation data assimilation systems (SC2023_27)

  Research Group: SCENARIO NERC DTP
Are you fascinated by the complex models and systems that are used to produce weather forecasts? Are you a physicist/engineer/mathematician/meteorologist/computer scientist who would like to work towards a PhD with the Met Office in this important area of scientific endeavour?. Read more

SCENARIO: Understanding the diversity in the AMOC response to climate change (SC2023_21)

  Research Group: SCENARIO NERC DTP
The Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) is a system of currents in the North Atlantic which involves warm water flowing northward in the upper ocean, balanced by a southward ‘return’ flow of cold water at depth. Read more

SCENARIO: Climate variability and societal responses in Pre-Columbian South America (SC2023_18)

  Research Group: SCENARIO NERC DTP
Global warming is causing significant changes in rainfall, water availability, and agricultural productivity across tropical South America, increasing poverty and leading to migration out of rural areas. Read more

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