- Start date: 01/07/2021
- End date: 31 March 2022
- Funder: Newton Fund
- Value: £375,000
- Partners and collaborators: University of Reading and University of East Anglia
- Primary investigator: Dr Juliane Schwendike
- External primary investigator: Chris Holloway (UoR) and Adrian Matthews(UEA)
- Co-investigators: Dr Cathryn Birch, Prof John Marsham, Dr Sam Hardy
- External co-investigators: Ben Webber (UEA), Nicolas Da Silva (UEA), John Metven (UoR), Tom Frame (UoR), Samantha Ferret (UoR)
The FORecasting for SouthEast Asia (FORSEA) project aims to improve forecasts of high-impact weather (HIW) in Southeast Asia in order to reduce future socio-economic losses from hazards such as heavy rainfall and associated flooding and landslides.
This project extension aims to investigate HIW and equatorial waves in ensemble forecasts, to carry out a process evaluation of the mechanisms by which Convectively Coupled Kelvin Waves lead to HIW, and to investigate the dynamics of Borneo vortices and tropical cyclones.