His scientific interests lie mostly in Climatology, Climate change, Climate model, Greenhouse gas and Atmospheric sciences. His Climatology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Internal variability and Atmospheric model. His studies deal with areas such as Uncertainty analysis, A priori probability and Radiosonde as well as Climate change.
His research in Climate model intersects with topics in Global warming, Effects of global warming on oceans, Proxy and Paleoclimatology. In his articles, he combines various disciplines, including Greenhouse gas and Volcano. His work in Atmospheric sciences covers topics such as Radiative forcing which are related to areas like Orbital forcing, Solar variation and Climate state.
His primary areas of investigation include Climatology, Climate model, Atmospheric sciences, Forcing and Climate change. Simon F. B. Tett combines subjects such as Global warming, Precipitation and Climate sensitivity with his study of Climatology. His Climate model study also includes fields such as
His Atmospheric sciences study combines topics in areas such as Temperature extreme, Radiative forcing and Greenhouse gas. His Forcing research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Predictability, Continental shelf, Glacier, Antarctic ice sheet and Mediterranean climate. As part of the same scientific family, Simon F. B. Tett usually focuses on Climate change, concentrating on Northern Hemisphere and intersecting with Atmospheric temperature.
Climatology, Forcing, Precipitation, Climate change and Event are his primary areas of study. His research investigates the connection between Climatology and topics such as Climate model that intersect with issues in Anomaly. Simon F. B. Tett has included themes like Daytime and Northern Hemisphere in his Forcing study.
Simon F. B. Tett has researched Precipitation in several fields, including Global warming, Sea surface temperature and Atmospheric circulation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Subtropics, Hadley cell, Tropics and Atmospheric model in addition to Sea surface temperature. His study in the fields of Climate change adaptation under the domain of Climate change overlaps with other disciplines such as Serious game.
Simon F. B. Tett mostly deals with Atmospheric sciences, Climatology, Greenhouse gas, Climate change and Weather and climate. His research combines Aerosol and Atmospheric sciences. His research on Climatology often connects related areas such as Heat wave.
While the research belongs to areas of Greenhouse gas, he spends his time largely on the problem of Daytime, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Forcing. His Climate change research includes elements of Generalized extreme value distribution and Relative humidity. His research integrates issues of Sea surface temperature, Atmospheric circulation, Precipitation and Atmospheric model in his study of Weather and climate.
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Uncertainty estimates in regional and global observed temperature changes: A new data set from 1850
Philip Brohan;John J. Kennedy;Ian Harris;Simon F. B. Tett.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2006)
High-resolution palaeoclimatic records for the last millennium: Interpretation, integration and comparison with General Circulation Model control-run temperatures
P. D. Jones;K. R. Briffa;T. P. Barnett;S. F. B. Tett.
The Holocene (1998)
Climate response to increasing levels of greenhouse gases and sulphate aerosols
J. F. B. Mitchell;T. C. Johns;Jonathan M. Gregory;S. F. B. Tett.
The second Hadley Centre coupled ocean-atmosphere GCM: model description, spinup and validation
Tim C. Johns;Ruth E. Carnell;Jenny F. Crossley;Jonathan M. Gregory.
Climate Dynamics (1997)
Improved analyses of changes and uncertainties in sea surface temperature measured in Situ since the mid-nineteenth century: The HadSST2 dataset
Nick A. Rayner;P. Brohan;D. E. Parker;C. K. Folland.
Journal of Climate (2006)
External Control of 20th Century Temperature by Natural and Anthropogenic Forcings
Peter A. Stott;S. F. B. Tett;G. S. Jones;M. R. Allen.
A search for human influences on the thermal structure of the atmosphere
B. D. Santer;K. E. Taylor;T. M. L. Wigley;T. C. Johns.
Anthropogenic climate change for 1860 to 2100 simulated with the HadCM3 model under updated emissions scenarios
T.C. Johns;J.M. Gregory;W.J. Ingram;C.E. Johnson.
Climate Dynamics (2003)
Causes of twentieth-century temperature change near the Earth's surface
Simon F. B. Tett;Peter A. Stott;Myles R. Allen;William J. Ingram.
Reconstructing Past Climate from Noisy Data
Hans von Storch;Eduardo Zorita;Julie M. Jones;Yegor Dimitriev.
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