Chris is a satellite oceanographer with extensive validation and project management expertise. His research interests include satellite altimetry and salinity from space. He was awarded a PhD from The Open University for his thesis Sea ice thickness and iceberg distribution in the Southern Ocean.
Rafael Jaume Catany - Understanding Tropical Cyclone induced changes in upper ocean temperature and salinity (2019)
Jessica Cartwright - Novel applications of GNSS-R data from TechDemoSat-1 to monitoring the cryosphere (2021)
Convenor of Ocean Remote Sensing Special Interest Group of Challenger Society for Marine Science (contact Chris to join mailing list)
Co-chair of Observational Data Sets: Gaps and Requirements Activity Group for UK National Partnership for Ocean Prediction (NPOP)
Member of NPOP Executive Committee
Project Manager for ESA funded CryOcean-QCV Project concerned with quality control and validation of Ocean Products from CryoSat altimetry satellite (sea level, wind speed and significant wave height). Routine reports available from https://qras.earth.esa.int/?mis=CryoSat&ins=SIRAL&dot=Quality%20Control%20Report