Some recent work that I’ve been involved with, along with media coverage and talks.
Predicting the targeting of tail-anchored proteins to subcellular compartments in mammalian cells | J. Costello et al. Journal of Cell Science,
(Final Published paper) The impact of structural error on parameter constraint in a climate model | D. McNeall et al. Earth Syst. Dynam., 7, 917-935, 2016
(Discussion paper) The impact of structural error on parameter constraint in a climate model | D. McNeall et al. Earth Syst. Dynam. Discuss., doi:10.5194/esd-2016-17, in review, 2016
The mechanisms of North Atlantic CO2 uptake in a large Earth System Model ensemble | P. Halloran et al.
Graphics: scrap rainbow colour scales | E.Hawkins et al. Nature, 519, 291 (2015)
Quantifying the likelihood of a continued hiatus in global warming | C.D. Roberts et al. Nature Climate Change, DOI:10.1038/nclimate2531 (2015)
(Discussion paper) The mechanisms of North Atlantic CO2 uptake in a large Earth System Model ensemble | P. Halloran et al.
Internal variability of Earth’s energy budget simulated by CMIP5 climate models | M.Palmer & D.McNeall Environ. Res. Lett. 9 034016 doi:10.1088/1748-9326/9/3/034016 (2014)
Pause for thought | E. Hawkins et al. Nature Climate Change 4, 154–156 doi:10.1038/nclimate2150 (2014)
The importance of population, climate change and CO2 plant physiological forcing in determining future global water stress | A.Wiltshire et al. Global Environmental Change 23, 5, DOI: 10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2013.06.005 (2013)
The impact of climate mitigation on projections of future drought | Taylor et al.,
I’m a regular host for the Mostly Weather podcast
I was an academic consultant to BBC documentary Climate Change By Numbers, aired March 2nd 2015
Burst of warming may end lull in rising temperatures | New Scientist, 23rd February 2015
Surface warming ‘hiatus’ could stick around another five years, say scientists | Carbon Brief, 23rd February 2015
Climate change is far from the only cause of a rapid rise in disasters | The Guardian, 21st July 2014
Climate scientists tell us why it’s “utterly, utterly normal” to have a paper rejected | Carbon Brief, 9th July 2014
Overconfident predictions risk damaging trust in climate science, prominent scientists warn | Carbon Brief, 2nd July 2014
Atlantic current strength declines Nature News | 13th May 2014
Earth has a fever, but the heat is sloshing into the oceans | Climate Consensus – the 97% (Guardian hosted blog) 3rd April 2014
Ocean heat content is a better measure of climate change than surface temperature | Environmental Research Web, 21st March 2014
Climate scientists want to interact more directly with the public | Phys.org, 3rd March 2014