Tim Arnold's research

Sequoia National Park, CA, 2009

I'm a scientist at the Met Office Hadley Centre and I was previously a post doc and project scientist at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego. At Scripps I focused on trace gas analysis, specifically anthropogenic long-lived species that contribute to radiative forcing and/or ozone depletion, and at the Met Office I now use in situ measurement data in atmospheric models to understand emissions on a fine spatial scale. I work with many scientists around the world (in particular those of the Advanced Global Atmosphere Gases Experiment — AGAGE — sponsored by NASA's Upper Atmosphere Research Program); and in the UK I collaborate closely with the Atmospheric Chemistry Research Group at the University of Bristol.