Dr Chris GORDON
Dr Chris GORDON
Dr Chris Gordon is a Senior Advisor to the Meteorological Service Singapore. He was the first Director of the Centre for Climate Research Singapore until he stepped down in April 2016. His previous roles in the UK Met Office included Head of the Met Office Hadley Centre and Head of Science Partnerships.
- PhD at Queen Mary College, University of London
- BSc at Queen Mary College, University of London
- 2013-Apr 2016
- Director, Centre for Climate Research Singapore, MSS
- Head, Science Partnerships, UK Met Office
- Head, Met Office Hadley Centre, UK Met Office
- Head, Oceans and Climate, Hadley Centre
- Head, Government Meteorological Research Programme, Met Office
- Group leader: Global Ocean and Sea Ice Modelling, Hadley Centre
- Principal Research Scientist, Hooke Institute, University of Oxford
- Senior Research Scientist, Dynamical Climatology Branch, Met Office
- Visiting Scientist, Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany
- Research Scientist, Dynamical Climatology Branch, Met Office
C. Gordon, R. Rahmat and Lim SY 2013
Priority Needs for Dynamical-Model Climate Predictions: Questionnaire for Suppliers of Climate Forecast Services in the ASEAN Region
Scaife, A.A., Copsey, D., Gordon, C., Harris, C., Hinton, T., Keeley, S., Roberts, M., Williams, K. 2011
Improved Atlantic winter blocking in a climate model. Geophysical Research Letters.
Geophysical Research Letters. Vol. 38. DOI: 10.1029/2011GL049573.
Scaife, A., C. Buontempo, M. Ringer, M. Sanderson, C. Gordon, and J. Mitchell, 2009
Comment on “Toward seamless prediction: Calibration of climate change projections using seasonal forecasts
Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 90, 1549–1551.
Bengtsson, L., P. Arkin, P. Berrisford, P. Bougeault, C.K. Folland, C. Gordon, Haines, K. I Hodges, P. Jones, P Kallberg, N Rayner A.J. Simmons, D. Stammer, P.W Thorne, S. Uppala and R.S. Vose, 2007
The need for a dynamical climate reanalysis.
Bull. Amer. Met. Soc.
Graham, R., C. Gordon and others (2006)
The 2005/06 winter in Europe and the United Kingdom. Part1: How the Met Office forecast was produced and communicated.
Weather, 61, No.12, pp327-336.
Davey, M.K., M.R. Huddelston, C. Cooper, C. Gordon and others (2002)
STOIC: A study of coupled model climatology and variability in tropical ocean regions.
Climate Dynamics, 18(5), pp403-420.
Gregory, J.M., Stott, P.A., Cresswell, D.J., Rayner, N.A., Gordon, C. and Sexton, D.M.H., 2002
Recent and future changes in Arctic sea ice simulated by the HadCM3 AOGCM.
Geophys Res Lett, 29, pp28-1 to 28-4.
Wu, P. and C. Gordon 2002
Ocean circulation effects on climate
Bull Amer. Meteor. Soc. 83(5). 678-678.
Wu, P. and C. Gordon 2002
Oceanic influence on North Atlantic climate variability.
J. Climate, 15, No14, pp1911-1925.
Cooper, C. and C. Gordon 2001
North Atlantic Oceanic Decadal Variability in the Hadley Centre Coupled Model
Journal of Climate, vol 15, no. 1, pages 45-72.
Gordon, C., C. Cooper, C.A. Senior, H. Banks, J.M. Gregory, T.C. Johns, J.F.B. Mitchell and R.A. Wood 2000
The simulation of SST, sea ice extents and ocean heat transports in a version of the Hadley Centre coupled model without flux adjustments
Climate Dynamics, 16, 2/3 pp 147-168
Roberts, C.M., C. Gordon and Cooper 1997
On the origin of flux adjustments in a coupled model
Month. Weath. Rev. 125, pp 909-925.
J D Neelin, M Latif, M A F Allaart, M A Cane, U Cubasch, W L Gates, P R Gent, M Ghil, C Gordon, N C Lau, C R Mechoso, G A Meehl, J M Oberhuber, S G H Philander, P S Schopf, K R Sperber, K R Sterl, T Tokioka, J Tribbia, S E Zebiak 1992
ropical air-sea interaction in general circulation models
Climate Dynamics, 7, pp 73-104
Anderson, D.L.T., D J. Carrington, R. Corry and C. Gordon 1991
Modelling the variability of the Somali current
J. Marine Res., 49, pp 659-696.
Gordon, C. and R.A. Corry 1991
An ocean model simulation of the seasonal cycle in the tropical Pacific Ocean using climatological and modelled surface forcing
J. Geophy. Res. 96, No. C1, 847-864.
Gordon, C. 1989
Tropical Ocean-Atmosphere Interactions in a coupled model
Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A 329, 207-223.