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Emily Gleeson, Met Éireann


Emily has a B.Sc. degree in Experimental Physics and Chemistry and a Ph.D. in Submillimeter Astronomy, both from NUI Maynooth. Following her Ph.D., Emily firstly worked as a postdoctoral researcher and subsequently as a Yield Analysis Engineer in Intel, before joining Met Éireann in September 2006. She worked as a forecaster for almost two years before transferring to the Research and Applications Division to work in the field of climate modelling and numerical weather prediction. Since 2009, Emily has also acted as Secretary of the Irish Meteorological Society.


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Research Interests

Atmospheric physics - radiation parameterisation - Ec-Earth climate modelling - science communication - phenology - submillimeter astronomy.


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Selected Publications

Gleeson, E., Donnelly, A., McGrath, R., Ní Bhroin, A., O'Neill, B.F. and Semmler, T., (Under Submission) A Comparison of Spring Plant Phenology with a Range of Meteorological Parameters. Biology and Environment.

Sterl A., Bintanja R., Brodeau L., Gleeson, E.., Koenigk, T., Schmith, T., Semmler, T., Severijns, C., Wyser, K., Yang, S. (Under Submission) A look at the ocean in the EC-Earth climate model. Climate Dynamics.

Regan, E.C. and Gleeson, E. (Under Submission) Painted Lady Vanessa Cardui Migration of 2009 as Recorded by the Irish Butterfly Monitoring Scheme. Irish Naturalists' Journal.

Gleeson, E., Semmler, T., McGrath, R. and McKinstry, A. (In Preparation) Abrupt Northern Hemisphere Cooling During an EC-EARTH Spin-up Simulation.