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Department of Meteorology – University of Reading

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Lyle

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Postdoctoral Research Assistant 6159 / Lyle 505 p.achtert@reading.ac.uk
Controls on the track and intensity of tropical cyclones in the Bay of Bengal / 505 s.akhter@pgr.reading.ac.uk
Executive Support Administrator (Meteorology) 8677 / Lyle 302C dana.allen@reading.ac.uk
7037 / Lyle 505 m.awal@pgr.reading.ac.uk
Combining Machine Learning and Data Assimilation to Infer, Estimate and Characterise Model Errors 7037 / 505 d.ayers@pgr.reading.ac.uk
Professor of Environmental Physics +44 (0)118 3785574 / Lyle 504 j.f.barlow@reading.ac.uk
Professor in Climate Processes 7639 / Lyle 304 n.bellouin@reading.ac.uk
The control of cloud and moisture on extratropical cyclone evolution 7037 / Lyle 505 j.s.bland@pgr.reading.ac.uk
Quantifying the impact of increased atmospheric CO2 and climate change on photosynthesis using Solar Induced Fluorescence 6906 / Lyle 306 w.calder-potts@pgr.reading.ac.uk
Climate Response to Short-lived Pollutants (CReSP) 6906 / 306 m.r.coleman@pgr.reading.ac.uk
Professor of Climate Processes 7976 / Lyle 303A w.collins@reading.ac.uk
The feeder stream: investigating the mechanisms causing extreme precipitation in cyclones 7037 / 505 s.cuckow@pgr.reading.ac.uk
The Predictability and Representation of South Asian Monsoon Low-Pressure Systems in Reanalyses and Subseasonal-to-Seasonal Prediction Models 7037 / Lyle 505 a.s.deoras@pgr.reading.ac.uk
Understanding monsoon cloud development using Doppler weather radar and high resolution modelling 7037 / Lyle 505 a.j.doyle@pgr.reading.ac.uk
Postdoctoral Research Assistant 6187 / Lyle 302e jon.elsey@reading.ac.uk
Understanding forecast value in complex decision-making systems 7037 / 2U06 Met j.fallon@pgr.reading.ac.uk
The impact of megafaunal loss and climate change on ecosystem functions in aridland ephemeral river systems 5419 / 2U07 w.farren@pgr.reading.ac.uk
Advanced methods for assimilating satellite data in numerical weather prediction 7037 / 505 d.francis@pgr.reading.ac.uk
Developing an urban canopy model for improved weather forecasts in cities / Lyle 505 g.f.gunn@pgr.reading.ac.uk
Associate Professor in Atmospheric Chemistry 6693 / 302A (Lyle) m.i.hegglin@reading.ac.uk
Postdoctoral Research Assistant 3194 / 506 Lyle p.g.hill@reading.ac.uk
Emeritus Professor of Atmospheric Physics 6508 / 501 Lyle a.j.illingworth@reading.ac.uk
Origin and evolution of detailed structure in coronal mass ejections 7037 / 505 l.a.james@pgr.reading.ac.uk
7037 / 505 Lyle a.c.jones@pgr.reading.ac.uk
Postdoctoral Research Assistant (NCEO) 3180 / 506 (Lyle) s.l.mason@reading.ac.uk
Postdoctoral Research Assistant 3173 k.mccusker@reading.ac.uk
Visiting Research Fellow 7381 / 506 Philip Lyle Building e.j.oconnor@reading.ac.uk
IEA Software Developer 5862 / 406 (Lyle) B.J.Percy@reading.ac.uk
A study of convergence zones in South America: driving mechanisms and their decadal variability / Met 2U06 g.martinspalmaperez@pgr.reading.ac.uk
Interactions between radiation and convective organisation 7037 / Lyle 505 k.n.pope@pgr.reading.ac.uk
Associate Professor 6023 / Lyle 305 c.l.ryder@reading.ac.uk
The role of post-tropical cyclones for European extreme weather 7037 / 505 e.sainsbury@pgr.reading.ac.uk
Executive Support Administrator (Meteorology) 3907 / Lyle 302C jennie.scothern@reading.ac.uk
Regius Professor of Meteorology and Climate Science 8405 / 303B (Lyle) k.p.shine@reading.ac.uk
Using high-resolution climate models to predict increases in atmospheric turbulence / Lyle 505 i.h.smith@pgr.reading.ac.uk
Associate Professor 6416 / 501 Lyle t.h.m.stein@reading.ac.uk
Postdoctoral Research Scientist and Teaching Fellow 7381 / 506 Lyle robert.thompson@reading.ac.uk
Lecturer in Meteorology 5570 / 502 Lyle c.d.westbrook@reading.ac.uk
Postdoctoral Research Scientist 8647 / 302C (Lyle) hao.ye@reading.ac.uk
Lyle, Polly Vacher, JJT, Maths 0118 378 7956 / Lyle G73 bso-team-zone2@reading.ac.uk

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