Observed and reanalysed
Climate science / Mathematics of Planet Earth / Study experience / Weather

Observed and reanalysed

In my last post I mentioned that this summer I’m studying humidity at Met Office. The data I’m using for this project can be divided into two main groups: observational data and reanalysis data. For a few decades satellites and weather stations all over the world have been measuring surface humidity, both for land and … Continue reading

Money blowing in the wind
Maths - behind the scenes / Maths in the society / Maths is fun / PhD / Weather

Money blowing in the wind

I bet you’re not looking forward to receiving your monthly electricity bills. Can you predict how much you’ll be charged this time? Short answer: assume that more than you’d be willing to pay. Long answer: spend a couple of years studying how electricity prices evolve in time. Yes, that’s exactly what my PhD is about. … Continue reading