Freya Addison

Freya Addison
University of Leeds · School of Earth and Environment

BSc & MRes completed

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Introduction
Current NERC DTP PhD Student in Radar Meteorology; Education Outreach Fellow; Fellow of Royal Meteorological Society; Former Fellow of Royal Astronomical Society; Former SEPnet (South-Eastern Physics Network) Internship Student: FAAM (Facility of Airborne Atmospheric Measurements), University of Southampton ASK (Auroral Structure & Kinetics); Former SEPnet Outreach Lecturer; Nuffield Foundation Research Placement Alumni (Oxford University, Merging Galaxies); NAGTY Alumni
Education
September 2017 - September 2021
University of Leeds
Field of study
  • Radar Meterology
September 2016 - September 2017
University of Leeds
Field of study
  • Climate and Atmospheric Science
September 2012 - August 2016
University of Kent
Field of study
  • Astronomy, Space Science and Astrophysics

Publications

Publications (4)
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In recent years, mobile dual-polarisation Doppler X-band radars have become a prevalent part of the atmospheric scientist’s toolkit for examining cloud dynamics and microphysics and making quantitative precipitation estimates. Here we describe the National Centre for Atmospheric Science (NCAS) mobile X-band Dual-polarisation Doppler weather radar (...
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We present a new and efficient technique for identifying and separating the photom-etry of the individual galaxies involved in minor, major and multi-mergers (i.e. small clusters) in large surveys in a virtually complete manner and use it to construct a cat-alogue of 5872 merging systems for SDSS z < 0.1. The method draws on the relative strengths...
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Contemporary analyses of insect population trends are based, for the most part, on a large body of heterogeneous and short‐term datasets of diurnal species that are representative of limited spatial domains. This makes monitoring changes in insect biomass and biodiversity difficult. What is needed is a method for monitoring that provides a consiste...
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In recent years, dual-polarisation Doppler X-band radars have become a widely used part of the atmospheric scientist's toolkit for examining cloud dynamics and microphysics and making quantitative precipitation estimates. This is especially true for research questions that require mobile radars. Here we describe the National Centre for Atmospheric...

Projects

Projects (2)
Project
Precision Collocation between Radars and Atmospheric Research Aircraft