Paul Young

I am an atmospheric and climate scientist, using environmental data science to conduct transdisciplinary research on global change. I collaborate with stakeholders in business, policy and civil society, and disciplines from environmental science, data science, management, social science, arts and humanities. My interests include uncertainty quantification and process model evaluation, climate change and business, community-engagement, and frameworks for decision making. My expertise and experience cover Earth system science, air quality and the ozone layer; climate models; visualisation and open science tools; and work at the interface with critical social science. I work mainly in UK, European and Global South contexts.
LU - Lancaster Environment Centre
Member (Staff)

Associated projects

DSNE: Data Science of the Natural Environment

In DSNE, we will develop a data science of the natural environment, deploying modern machine learning and statistical techniques to enable better informed decision-making as our climate changes.

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