Dr Oliver Wild FRMetS
Reader in Atmospheric Science
Further Research Information
My research involves developing and using numerical models of atmospheric composition and chemistry to explore how natural and anthropogenic emissions of trace gases affect regional air quality and global climate.
My principal interests are in the intercontinental transport of ozone and its precursors, meteorological influences on tropospheric composition, and the indirect climate impacts of short-lived gases such as NOx and CO.
I am also interested in quantifying the uncertainties in current models of global atmospheric composition and climate, and in modelling the interactions and feedbacks in the wider Earth System that involve tropospheric chemistry.