Who are we? » Simon Driscoll

Oxford Geoengineering Programme

DPhil student , Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics

Simon’s work is part of the SPICE project (Stratospheric Particle Injection for Climate Engineering), where he investigates how different particles that might be used for geoengineering could affect the climate.

His research interests include the effects of volcanoes on atmospheric dynamics and on improving the performance of the HadGEM2-CC version of the Met Office Unified Model in its simulation of the dynamics following volcanic eruptions, and on investigating observational data from recent reanalyses and longer term reconstructions.

He is also in the process of running aerosol geoengineering climate model simulations.

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