Our main research interests are large-scale dynamics and transport in the atmosphere and oceans, with a focus on understanding global environmental issues such as stratospheric ozone depletion, climate change, and air pollution. In recent years research activities have expanded to include planetary atmospheres urban heat.
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News & Announcements
Article on “Jet Stream‐Surface Tracer Relationships: Mechanism and Sensitivity to Source Region” by Kerr et al published in Geophysical Research Letters.
Papers on “Indoor heat exposure in Baltimore“, “Arctic atmospheric transport and the Hadley Cell“, and “Surface ozone-meteorology relationship” have appeared, and a paper on “Southern Ocean overturning circulation” has been accepted.
A paper on the contrasting recent trends in Southern Hemisphere westerlies across different ocean basins has just appeared in Geophysical Research Letters.