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Dr Nathan Case

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Nathan Case


Nathan has recently completed his Ph.D. studies in the Department of Physics at Lancaster University; his supervisor was Prof. Jim Wild. Nathan graduated from Lancaster University in 2010 after completing the four-year MPhys (Hons) course in Physics and chose to remain with the Department to undertake his PhD studies - which he completed in April 2014.


Research overview

Nathan's PhD focussed on the several stages of solar wind propagation as it travels from its source (the Sun's corona) to the Earth's atmosphere where it plays a pivital role in the formation of the spectacular Aurora.

He is interested in the effects on the near-Earth environment of the solar wind and space weather in general and in understanding how we can predict when these effects might occur.

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