Michael Tso

I am a hydrologist and geophysicist by background with specific interests in the impacts of soil moisture and contaminant transport. I also have an interest in understanding and quantifying uncertainty in numerical models, for example, how to quantify uncertainty in geophysical images (which is currently a computational challenge) and how to better use geophysical data to answer hydrological questions.

I currently work as a data scientist at UKCEH focusing on using virtual labs to foster collaboration between environmental, computational and data scientists to answer key environmental science challenges. I also develop data-driven web applications to foster scientific discovery and stakeholder engagement.
UKCEH - Pollution
Member (Staff)