Oxford AOPP

Oxford AOPP

@OxfordAOPP

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Official home of Oxford's Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics department, part of @OxfordPhysics @UniofOxford

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Quoted @TimWoollings

New paper, led by Matt Patterson, with @TomBracegirdle and @neiltlewis. We show that Antarctica acts as a topographic PV gradient for storms, helping to shape the split jet stream in the South Pacific in winter. https://t.co/UjQmrHjv8y

New paper out! Really enjoyed contributing to this work lead by Matt Patterson @OxfordAOPP, studying the jet stream in the SH. The flexibility of @IscaModel is put to good use to explore the effects of including/removing Antarctic topography on the jet. https://t.co/vIuRhCI5vl

Today is the September #Equinox, when there's, roughly, equal hours of sunlight and darkness across the globe. Here's how the last year looked from space, via @NOAASatellites GOES-16 Look at the tilt in the sunlight: Equal in Sept + Mar, sunny in North in June and South in Jan! https://t.co/SBYpbhEUxg

Quoted @Climformatics

Happy Monday! Please don't forget to register for #CI2020 THIS WEEK (Sep 23 - 25). It's going to be a great conference, and we're really looking forward to seeing you all online! https://t.co/bRa8wfVpck

It is not too late to join us for the virtual Climate Informatics 2020 #CI2020 conference Wed-Fri this week. Registration is still open! https://t.co/OdBMKTCUS7

Quoted @OxfordSparks

Episode 1 of LOCKDOWN WALKS is here! πŸšΆπŸ‘£πŸΎ "What's up with those clouds?" β˜οΈπŸŒ§οΈβ›… Good question! Let's ask @AndrewIWilliams @OxfordAOPP #lockdownwalks #clouds #cloudgazing @OxfordPhysics https://t.co/F38S0eqoUi

What's up with those clouds? Excellent use of lock-down-time by @AndrewIWilliams @ClimateProc @OxfordAOPP @OxfordPhysics now available on @OxfordSparks ! https://t.co/VHGDWeei1v

BREAKING: Tropical upper atmosphere controls forecast evolution of wintertime polar vortex and Sudden Stratospheric Warmings https://t.co/GwjRaHCQlx https://t.co/E6rEQiXrm5

Today I’m feeling very blessed to be a part of such an amazing group of scientists at @OxfordPhysics @OxfordAOPP. Discussing atmospheres is so much fun!

Kicking off the iMIRACLI ITN summer school virtually @UniofOxford this morning with a fantastic set of introductions. Training the next generation of #ClimateData scientists starts here. Great to meet you all. @OxfordAOPP @MSCActions

The Oxford edition of the 'Dynamics of Rotating Fluids' meeting series will be happening online this year on 17th-18th September. The talks are usually of a very high quality, so please do come along if you're interested (especially if you're not UK based so can't usually come)! https://t.co/VRPZZnJ4gI

The Oxford edition of the 'Dynamics of Rotating Fluids' meeting series will be happening online this year on 17th-18th September. The talks are usually of a very high quality, so please do come along if you're interested (especially if you're not UK based so can't usually come)! https://t.co/VRPZZnJ4gI

Water and energy budgets have been proposed as constraints for regional precipitation changes. In our new paper, led by Guy Dagan, we combine them to provide a significantly stronger constraint on spatial scales of precipitation change under climate change https://t.co/9xRBPyi2ns https://t.co/dozAI5TpaX

Water and energy budgets have been proposed as constraints for regional precipitation changes. In our new paper, led by Guy Dagan, we combine them to provide a significantly stronger constraint on spatial scales of precipitation change under climate change https://t.co/9xRBPyi2ns https://t.co/dozAI5TpaX

Quoted @Climformatics

Registration is now open for CI2020! https://t.co/71mRHksY9A

Delighted to announce that registration for Climate Informatics 2020 (23-25th September) is now open. We have a great line-up of talks so don't miss out! #Climate #ML https://t.co/ZLQmPygdLf

We are looking for 3 yr PDRA at @OxEarthSciences @OxfordAOPP to carry out & interpret high-resolution sensitivity experiments in @NERCscience-@NSF funded SNAP-DRAGON project to determine the causes of subpolar North Atlantic variability, deadline 2 Oct, https://t.co/SkphV9oJkE https://t.co/zKBlNjw0N8
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We are looking for 3 yr PDRA at @OxEarthSciences @OxfordAOPP to carry out & interpret high-resolution sensitivity experiments in @NERCscience-@NSF funded SNAP-DRAGON project to determine the causes of subpolar North Atlantic variability, deadline 2 Oct, https://t.co/SkphV9oJkE https://t.co/zKBlNjw0N8

Quoted @horkesley

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Many congratulations to @horkesley for being awarded a RS fellowship to work on climate variability. This is very well deserved indeed! It's been a real privilege to work with him over recent years, and I look forward to hearing about many more exciting discoveries! https://t.co/DGKu4dRKvC

Quoted @Tea_Pearce

Presenting our @FDL_Europe project today - https://t.co/ZiD3xaeT3U. Machine learning for climate change; unsupervised and causal modelling applied to TB’s of satellite data. @willk_jones, @mattchri, @Ssaengkyongam, @lucaskruitwagen, @DWatsonParris, Matt Kusner, @FDL_AI 1/N https://t.co/NQi44vYYuo

Absolutely blown away by the work our team have acheived over the past 8 weeks! Don't miss hearing about their novel #ML approach for unpicking the #Cloud processes crucial for #ClimateScience https://t.co/AHa0sg0bBv

Here's an example of just how much a thunderstorm can cool the air, from the @OxfordAOPP weather station: 

We just had a big storm pass over Oxford and the temperature has gone from 31.2C to 20.5C in the space of 25 minutes! https://t.co/47QsT3Cn8S

Here's an example of just how much a thunderstorm can cool the air, from the @OxfordAOPP weather station: We just had a big storm pass over Oxford and the temperature has gone from 31.2C to 20.5C in the space of 25 minutes! https://t.co/47QsT3Cn8S

Quoted @DorringtonJosh

very happy to announce my new paper with @KristianStromm2 on identifying reproducible, robust European circulation regimes has just been published in GRL. What's the key? removing the influence of jet speed. https://t.co/jU0dTiF2HF 1/7

Nice new work on jet regimes! https://t.co/oDv9vvRWlO

Quoted @FDL_Europe

How might #ML help us better understand the relationship between regional pollution and cloud formation? Join us LIVE at https://t.co/PX5f0ZS9mh on Thurs 13 Aug for FDL Europe 2020 results in partnership with ESA Phi Lab @Scan_Business @Nvidia and @googlecloud #aiforgood #AI https://t.co/aBQK9xsmyX

Really excited to showcase the #ML work our amazing team has acheived in just a few weeks untangling the processes controling clouds. Don't miss it! https://t.co/DNwiPQ9OVC

Prof David Marshall at @OxfordAOPP is a Physical #Oceanographer interested in understanding past, present and future #ocean circulation. Find out more here: https://t.co/CKKa2evjmv #NationalMarineWeek 🌏🌊 @OxfordPhysics @mplsoxford #oceanography #climatechange https://t.co/EgkT8K32Ft

Prof David Marshall at @OxfordAOPP is a Physical #Oceanographer interested in understanding past, present and future #ocean circulation. Find out more here: https://t.co/CKKa2evjmv #NationalMarineWeek 🌏🌊 @OxfordPhysics @mplsoxford #oceanography #climatechange https://t.co/EgkT8K32Ft

Hello! We are exoplanet researchers at the University of Oxford. Follow us here for news and info about all the work we're doing to explore other worlds! @UniofOxford @OxfordPhysics @OxfordAOPP

Want to see what it would be like to approach and then descend into Uranus and Venus? @PatrickIrwin1 uses the NEMESIS model to calculate and visualise the process! Uranus: https://t.co/DgPbZUy20W Venus: https://t.co/vaT5JJsISd Article describing them: https://t.co/QPv6yWNwAo

To quantity cloud lifetime, Lagrangian trajectories along the stratus-to-cumulus transition zone are stratified by aerosol optical depth and meteorology. Polluted clouds have lighter precipitation, longer lifetime, higher cloud albedo and cloud fraction. @ERC_Research @PNASNews

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