Tamsin Edwards, PhD is a climate scientist at the University of Bristol. She uses computer models to study climate change, what impacts climate change has on sea level and the environment, and how confident we can be in our knowledge of the past and our predictions of the future. Tamsin Edwards received her PhD in particle physics, on diffractively produced Z bosons.
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- No need to worry about Greenland’s waterslidesWe’ve had a new study published about the slippery slopes of Greenland. If we’re right they’re not as slippery – and therefore as worrying – as we first thought. Greenland’s ice sheet is not simply a giant ice cube, inert …
- Climate scientists must not advocate particular policiesThis is an invited contribution to the Guardian Political Science blog. As a climate scientist, I’m under pressure to be a political advocate. This comes mainly from environmentalists. Dan Cass, wind-farm director and solar advocate, preferred me not … Continue reading »
- No need to worry about Greenland’s waterslides