rye [at] atm [dot] ox [dot] ac [dot] uk
Cameron is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Oxford working on the climateprediction.net project, which harnesses computing power donated by the general public to produce large (multi-thousand member) ensembles of general circulation models (GCMs). Cameron is currently working on a new a new international project called weatherathome.net, which aims to produce large ensembles of regional climate models (RCMs) to explore the response of extreme weather events to climate warming. A key goal of weatherathome.net is to undertake simulations of ‘the world that would have been’ without anthropogenic forcing. This will allow scientists to attribute the human contribution to certain events, such as flooding, droughts and heatwaves.
Rye, C.J., I.C. Willis, N.S. Arnold and J. Kohler (2012), On the need for automated multi-objective optimisation and uncertainty estimation of glacier mass balance models, Journal of Geophysical Research, in press.
Rye, C.J., N.S. Arnold, I.C. Willis and J. Kohler (2010), Modelling the surface mass balance of a High Arctic glacier using the ERA-40 Reanalysis, Journal of Geophysical Research, 115, F02014.
Rye, C.J., N.S. Arnold, I.C. Willis and J. Kohler (2012), Parameter optimisation of regional surface mass balance models using climate reanalyses, Nature GeoScience, in preparation.
Banwell, A.F., I.C. Willis, N.S. Arnold, A. Messerli, C.J. Rye and A.P. Ahlstrøm (2012), Calibration and validation of a high resolution surface mass balance model for Paakitsoq, west Greenland, Journal of glaciology, accepted.
Massey, N., T. Ania, C.J. Rye, F.E.L Otto, S. Wilson, R.G. Jones, M. R. Allen (2012), The attribution of Warm November and Cold December Central England Temperatures, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, submitted.