Dr Anthony Jones
Associate Research Fellow
Telephone: 01392 723624
Extension: (Streatham) 3624
I look at the impacts of aerosols on climate using climate models and observations from aircraft campaigns and satellites.
Through my PhD, I'm interested in the utility of solar geoengineering to ameliorate global warming, and have investigated the impacts of solar geoengineering on various climate changes. Additionally, I study volcanic eruptions and how they are represented in climate models, and I work closely with the Earth System and Mitigation Science team at the Met Office developing the aerosol module in the HadGEM climate model.
My current work concerns the interaction of biomass burning aerosol with radiation and stratocumulus cloud off the west coast of Africa.
PhD Mathematics (2017) - University of Exeter - Investigating the Climatic Impacts of Stratospheric Aerosol Injection - Supervised by Prof Jim Haywood and Dr Andy Jones
MMath Mathematics (2012) - University of Exeter
Dean’s Commendation for Mathematics (2011)
Jardine Lloyd Thompson Prize for Statistics (2012)