Dr John Marsham
- Position: Associate Professor
- Areas of expertise: Tropical meteorology; atmospheric convection; weather; climate change; monsoons; Africa; India; sahara; dust; land-atmosphere interaction
- Email: J.Marsham@leeds.ac.uk
- Phone: +44(0)113 343 6422
- Location: 1.19 Fairbairn House
- Website: Dr John Marsham's homepage | Googlescholar | Researchgate
Dr John Marsham is a Water@Leeds research fellow within NCAS-Weather. He leads a research group studying atmospheric convection, tropical meteorology, climate change and Saharan dust uplift. His focus is on taking process studies through to implications for and improvements in weather and climate models.
In 2009 he was awarded the Royal Meteorological Society's L F Richardson prize and in 2010 the European Meteorological Society's Young Scientist Award for his 'outstanding publications'.
- Atmospheric convection and precipitation
- Mesoscale and boundary-layer dynamics
- Dust uplift and transport
- Tropical meteorology, especially Africa
- Weather and climate change
- PhD, Meteorology, University of Edinburgh (2003)
- MPhys, Physics, 1st class honours, University of Edinburgh (1999)
- Royal Meteorological Society
My teaching focuses on meteorology, with an emphasis on fieldwork and data analysis, both collecting and intrepreting observations, but I also lecture on several courses and supervise undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations.
A full list of ongoing projects is available on my personal page.
PhD projects are advertised on the ICAS pages.
Research groups and institutes
- Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science
- Atmospheric and Cloud Dynamics