Ken Carslaw


Ken Carslaw's research involves modelling the physical and chemical properties of atmospheric aerosols and their effects on clouds, atmospheric composition and climate. The Global Model of Aerosol Processes (GLOMAP) is a major advance on previous global models and has been used to study a wide range of aerosol processes and types in the atmosphere, including new particle formation, marine aerosol, dust emission and transport, and cloud condensation nuclei. GLOMAP is also being used in an Earth System model to study the interactions between aerosol, the oceans and the biosphere from seasonal to palaeo timescales. His research also examines the impact of aerosol on cloud processes and precipitation using advanced numerical models.

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