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Dr Paul Young

Lecturer

Paul Young

LEC Building

Lancaster University

Bailrigg

Lancaster LA1 4YQ

United Kingdom

Tel: +44 1524 510522

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Research overview

I am a climate scientist, using computer models and observations to understand the composition and climate of the atmosphere, and how that all relates to the Earth system. I've worked on stratospheric and tropospheric ozone, multi-model analyses, biosphere-atmosphere links, analysing temperature data and modelling novel pollutants. I am a contributing author for the IPCC 5th Assessment Report and a chapter co-author for the 2014 WMO Ozone Assessment.

If you’re interested in Earth system models, atmospheric chemistry, climate changes, or uncertainty, I’d love to hear from you. You can find more information here, on twitter and academia.edu, or send an email.

PhD supervision

I'm always keen to hear from talented scientists interested in climate science, Earth system modelling and atmospheric composition. If you're interested in working with me, please get in touch via email to discuss opportunities.

Qualifications

PhD in Atmospheric Chemistry, University of Cambridge, UK

MSci in Chemistry with Environmental Science, University of Bristol, UK

Career Details

2012-present: Lecturer in the Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University, UK

2008-2012: Post-doc then Research Scientist I, NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory, Boulder, CO, USA (for Susan Solomon then Karen Rosenlof)

2007-2008: Post-doctoral Research Associate, University of Cambridge, UK (John Pyle's group; worked on the QUEST project)

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