His primary scientific interests are in Atmospheric sciences, Meteorology, Ice crystals, Aerosol and Ice nucleus. His Atmospheric sciences research focuses on Marine stratocumulus and how it connects with Cloud height. Thomas Choularton has included themes like Global warming and Airflow in his Meteorology study.
His work carried out in the field of Ice crystals brings together such families of science as Microphysics, Convection, Cirrus, Cloud physics and Outflow. His work investigates the relationship between Aerosol and topics such as Mineralogy that intersect with problems in Mineral dust. The Ice nucleus study combines topics in areas such as Cloud top, Sea ice growth processes, Sea ice thickness and Clear ice.
His primary areas of investigation include Atmospheric sciences, Aerosol, Meteorology, Liquid water content and Climatology. He interconnects Microphysics, Precipitation, Convection, Ice nucleus and Ice crystals in the investigation of issues within Atmospheric sciences. His research integrates issues of Cirrus and Nucleation in his study of Ice crystals.
His Aerosol course of study focuses on Orographic lift and Deposition, Hydrology and Orography. His work on Wind speed as part of general Meteorology research is often related to Terrain, thus linking different fields of science. Thomas Choularton usually deals with Liquid water content and limits it to topics linked to Cloud base and Cloud top.
His primary areas of study are Atmospheric sciences, Climatology, Aerosol, Meteorology and Ice nucleus. The various areas that Thomas Choularton examines in his Atmospheric sciences study include Microphysics, Precipitation, Convection, Liquid water content and Ice crystals. His Climatology research incorporates themes from Storm and Arctic.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Cloud base and The arctic in addition to Aerosol. In general Meteorology study, his work on Atmosphere, Radiosonde and Warm front often relates to the realm of Ring current, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His Ice nucleus research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Graupel, Supercooling and Sea ice growth processes.
Thomas Choularton mostly deals with Atmospheric sciences, Climatology, Aerosol, Ice nucleus and Ice crystals. His Atmospheric sciences research includes themes of Sea ice growth processes, Liquid water content and Precipitation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Atmosphere, Unified Model, Convection and Boundary layer.
His Climatology research incorporates themes from Sensible heat and Wind speed. His work carried out in the field of Aerosol brings together such families of science as Hematite, Troposphere and Arctic. His studies deal with areas such as Orders of magnitude, Supercooling, Cloud physics and Current as well as Ice crystals.
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Studies of heterogeneous freezing by three different desert dust samples
P. J. Connolly;O. Möhler;P. R. Field;H. Saathoff.
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics (2009)
The influence of altitude on rainfall composition at great dun fell
David Fowler;John N. Cape;Ian D. Leith;T W Choularton.
Atmospheric Environment (1988)
Parametrization of ice‐particle size distributions for mid‐latitude stratiform cloud
P. R. Field;R. J. Hogan;P. R. A. Brown;A. J. Illingworth.
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society (2005)
Global temperature stabilization via controlled albedo enhancement of low-level maritime clouds.
John Latham;Philip Rasch;Chih-Chieh Chen;Laura Kettles.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A (2008)
Measurements of aerosol fluxes to Speulder forest using a micrometeorological technique
M.W. Gallagher;K.M. Beswick;J. Duyzer;H. Westrate.
Atmospheric Environment (1997)
Marine cloud brightening
John Latham;Keith Bower;Tom Choularton;Hugh Coe.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A (2012)
Properties of embedded convection in warm‐frontal mixed‐phase cloud from aircraft and polarimetric radar
R. J. Hogan;P. R. Field;A. J. Illingworth;R. J. Cotton.
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society (2002)
A model of the feeder–seeder mechanism of orographic rain including stratification and wind‐drift effects
D. J. Carruthers;T. W. Choularton.
Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society (1983)
The Effects of Turbulent Mixing in Clouds
M. B. Baker;R. E. Breidenthal;T. W. Choularton;J. Latham.
Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences (1984)
An improved wet deposition map of the United Kingdom incorporating the seeder—feeder effect over mountainous terrain
A J Dore;T W Choularton;David Fowler.
Atmospheric Environment. Part A. General Topics (1992)
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