School of Earth and Environment

Mohammed Abed Mohammed Abed

Postgraduate Researcher

Email address: eemsa@leeds.ac.uk
Room: 8.11 14 SCR

Affiliation: Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science

Biography

I have started my study in the Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science (ICAS) since 1st October 2014. I work with Steven Bobbie as a main supervisor on my study to get Phd degree in the department of School of Earth and Environment. My study involves in the radiative effects of Saharan dust on the marine atmospheric layer over Western coast of Africa (Canary Islands).

Qualifications

MSc. Atmospheric Science in 2006.

Research Interests

My research interests involving an influence of the radiative Saharan dust on marine environment over Canary Islands in terms of dust effects on the dynamic and thermodynamic characteristics on the atmospheric structure, and what are the consequences of Sahara dust effect on the climate change such as cloud formation, precipitation, atmospheric stability, etc.

Project details

Project title

The influence of radiative characteristics of Saharan dust on the marine environment over Canary Islands near West off Africa.

Supervisors

major supervisor: Dr. Steven Dobbie.

Prof. Paul Field.