Caroline is a Grantham Institute Research Fellow. Her research interests are around climate variability and climate change in tropical regions, with a particular focus on exploring climate change related risk for populations whose livelihoods are strongly dependent on seasonal rainfall. Much of her work has focused on exploring the seasonal cycle of precipitation over Africa, looking at both past variability, model representation and projected future change.
Prior to joining the Grantham Institute in 2022, Caroline worked as a post-doctoral research assistant in the Department of Meteorology at the University of Reading, where she also completed her PhD in 2018 on "Characterising and Understanding Trends and Variability in African Rainfall Seasonality".
et al., 2022, Atmospheric and oceanic conditions associated with early and late onset for Eastern Africa short rains, International Journal of Climatology, ISSN:0899-8418
Wainwright CM, Black E, Allan RP, 2021, Future Changes in Wet and Dry Season Characteristics in CMIP5 and CMIP6 Simulations, Journal of Hydrometeorology, Vol:22, ISSN:1525-755X, Pages:2339-2357
et al., 2021, Convection-Permitting Regional Climate Change Simulations for Understanding Future Climate and Informing Decision-Making in Africa, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, Vol:102, ISSN:0003-0007, Pages:E1206-E1223
et al., 2021, Phenological tracking of a seasonal climate window in a recovering tropical island bird species, Climatic Change, Vol:164, ISSN:0165-0009
et al., 2021, Future Changes in Seasonality in East Africa from Regional Simulations with Explicit and Parameterized Convection, Journal of Climate, Vol:34, ISSN:0894-8755, Pages:1367-1385