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Satellite Applications

  • Our Scientists
  • John leads R&D to improve exploitation of satellite data in numerical weather prediction and other applications in weather and climate.
  • Nigel is responsible for pre-processing of satellite sounder data in the Met Office and the development of pre-processing software.
  • Gemma is a research scientist working on the use of GPS (Global Positioning System) Water Vapour and space-based Doppler Wind Lidar observations in NWP (Numerical Weather Prediction).
  • Thomas's research is aimed at improving satellite image data processing, interpretation and assimilation capabilities at the Met Office.
  • James works on the assimilation of Atmospheric Infrared Sounder data and is the SatRad Manager
  • Brett's research is aimed at improving Met Office analyses through improved use of satellite sounding data.
  • James is a research scientist working on scatterometer winds and Atmospheric Motion Vectors.
  • Mary works on satellite-derived atmospheric motion vectors, aiming to improve their impact in forecast models.
  • Pete's research is aimed at improving satellite image data processing, interpretation and assimilation capabilities at the Met Office.
  • Fiona's research is aimed at improving Met Office analyses through improved use of satellite sounding data.
  • James works on cloud detection algorithms applied to satellite imagery.
  • Simon's role is to lead and manage the Satellite Data Processing Systems Group.
  • Katie's research is aimed at improving the application of satellite data for Numerical Weather Prediction and climate applications.
  • Huw works with GPS radio occultation observations to improve their use in numerical weather forecasts and for climate monitoring.
  • Sarah's research aims to deliver accurate satellite-derived sea surface temperature measurements to climate research scientists.
  • Yaswant's research is aimed at improving satellite image data processing, interpretation and assimilation capabilities at the Met Office.
  • Samantha's work is aimed at assimilating information about the land surface, derived from satellites, into the Met Office's Numerical Weather Prediction system.
  • Peter is developing radiative transfer models at the Met Office for the improvement of satellite data assimilation.
  • Roger's group uses satellite imagery for assimilation into NWP models and promotes the use of satellites for climate monitoring.
  • Laura's research focuses on the exploitation of satellite sounding data in convective scale weather forecasting.
  • Ruth works on improving satellite image data assimilation capabilities at the Met Office.
  • Peter's research aims to improve Met Office analyses through improved use of satellite sounding data.
Last Updated: 4 May 2011