2009 - Fellow of the Royal Society, United Kingdom
Keith P. Shine focuses on Atmospheric sciences, Radiative forcing, Radiative transfer, Stratosphere and Forcing. He combines subjects such as Greenhouse effect and Climate model with his study of Atmospheric sciences. His Radiative forcing research includes themes of Global warming, Cloud cover and Climate sensitivity.
The various areas that he examines in his Radiative transfer study include Computational physics and Meteorology. His Stratosphere research incorporates elements of Northern Hemisphere, Ozone and Radiosonde. The study incorporates disciplines such as Atmosphere, Water vapor and Atmospheric temperature in addition to Troposphere.
His primary scientific interests are in Atmospheric sciences, Radiative forcing, Radiative transfer, Meteorology and Stratosphere. His Atmospheric sciences study combines topics in areas such as Atmosphere, Ozone and Water vapor. The concepts of his Water vapor study are interwoven with issues in Radiation, Computational physics and Near-infrared spectroscopy.
His studies in Radiative forcing integrate themes in fields like Global warming, Global temperature and Climate model. As a member of one scientific family, Keith P. Shine mostly works in the field of Radiative transfer, focusing on Absorption and, on occasion, Line. His Stratosphere research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Northern Hemisphere and Atmospheric temperature.
Keith P. Shine mainly investigates Atmospheric sciences, Radiative forcing, Radiative transfer, Atmosphere and Water vapor. The Atmospheric sciences study combines topics in areas such as Global warming, Precipitation and Aerosol. His Aerosol research includes elements of Cirrus and Field campaign.
His studies deal with areas such as Climate model, Climate sensitivity, Ozone, Global temperature and Troposphere as well as Radiative forcing. His research integrates issues of Ozone layer and Stratosphere in his study of Troposphere. As part of one scientific family, Keith P. Shine deals mainly with the area of Radiative transfer, narrowing it down to issues related to the Spectral line, and often Biomass burning and Infrared spectroscopy.
Keith P. Shine mostly deals with Atmospheric sciences, Radiative forcing, Global temperature, Global warming and Precipitation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Radiative transfer and Ozone. Keith P. Shine has researched Radiative forcing in several fields, including Tropospheric ozone, Longwave and Stratosphere, Ozone depletion.
His Global temperature study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Atmosphere and Range. His Global warming research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Climate change mitigation, Cirrus, Optical depth, Aerosol and Forcing. He has researched Precipitation in several fields, including Sensible heat, Water cycle, Climate model, Climate sensitivity and Radiative cooling.
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Radiative forcing of climate change
Keith P. Shine.
Radiative forcing of climate
V. Ramanswamy;Keith Shine;Conway Leovy;Wei-Chyung Wang.
Unknown Journal (1991)
On the “Downward Control” of Extratropical Diabatic Circulations by Eddy-Induced Mean Zonal Forces
P. H. Haynes;M. E. McIntyre;T. G. Shepherd;C. J. Marks.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (1991)
New estimates of radiative forcing due to well mixed greenhouse gases
Gunnar Myhre;Eleanor J. Highwood;Keith P. Shine;Frode Stordal.
Geophysical Research Letters (1998)
The effect of anthropogenic sulfate and soot aerosol on the clear sky planetary radiation budget
J. M. Haywood;K. P. Shine.
Geophysical Research Letters (1995)
Alternatives to the global warming potential for comparing climate impacts of emissions of greenhouse gases
Climatic Change (2005)
Stratospheric Temperature Changes: Observations and Model Simulations
V. Ramaswamy;M.‐L. Chanin;J. Angell;J. Barnett.
Transport impacts on atmosphere and climate: Metrics
Atmospheric Environment (2010)
The semi‐direct aerosol effect: Impact of absorbing aerosols on marine stratocumulus
B. T. Johnson;K. P. Shine;P. M. Forster.
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society (2004)
Metrics of Climate Change: Assessing Radiative Forcing and Emission Indices
Climatic Change (2003)
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