Weather and climate modelling

The Monash weather and climate modelling group works on the development and assessment of weather and climate models.

Research Team

Christian Jakob

Cloud representation in numerical models.

christian.jakob@monash.edu
9905 4461

Steven Siems

Cloud microphysics, boundary layer meteorology.

steven.siems@monash.edu
9905 4406       

Professor Michael Manton

Michael’s research areas of interest are: air quality observations and analysis, climate observations and analysis, simple climate models and their application to global problems and cloud physics

michael.manton@monash.edu
9902 4923

Michael Reeder

Modelling tropical convection.

michael.reeder@monash.edu
9905 4464       
 

Julie Arblaster

Coupled climate modelling, multimodel intercomparisons, representation of extremes in climate models, Antarctic ozone changes and climate, future climate change.

julie.arblaster@monash.edu
9905 4411

Dietmar Dommenget

Large-scale Climate Dynamics, Climate Modelling, El Nino, Modes of Variability, Climate Change.

dietmar.dommenget@monash.edu
9905 4495

Jennifer Catto

Representation of extratropical cyclones, fronts, and their associated precipitation in climate models.

jennifer.catto@monash.edu
9902 4211

Hamish Ramsay

hamish.ramsay@monash.edu
9905 4213

Shayne McGregor

Reassessing the stochastic nature of El Nino event initiation and predictability, Pacific decadal variability, Interbasin connectivity.

shayne.mcgregor@monash.edu
9902 0423
 

Dr Martin Singh

Modelling of the large-scale atmospheric circulation and monsoons.

martin.singh@monash.edu
9902 0421