Andrew Marshall

Senior Research Scientist

Current work and responsibilities

Subseasonal to interannual variability of the atmosphere-ocean climate system and its role in weather and climate prediction, with particular specialisation in drivers of global weather and climate variability and extremes including:

  • - Madden-Julian Oscillation
  • - El Nino Southern Oscillation
  • - Quasi-Biennial Oscillation
  • - Indian Ocean Dipole
  • - Annular Modes
  • - Blocking
  • - Monsoons
  • - Stratospheric Sudden Warmings

Leadership of Bureau project work on ACCESS-S development, subseasonal to seasonal prediction skill, and marine and terrestrial heatwaves.

Development of realtime trial forecast products for research use and display on the POAMA website:

  • Heatwave probabilities
  • Madden-Julian Oscillation
  • MJO probabilistic
  • Integrated climate drivers
  • Australian and Indian monsoon indices

Immediate Past President of the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (AMOS).

Career background

  • 1998: Monash University, BSc (Hons) in Atmospheric Science.
  • 2005: Monash University, PhD.
Professional Positions
  • 1999: Research Assistant; CRC for Southern Hemisphere Meteorology, Clayton, Australia.
  • 2001: Research Assistant; Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne, Australia.
  • 2005-2007: Postdoctoral Research Fellow; Monash University Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Clayton, Australia.
  • 2007-2009: Climate Scientist; Met Office Hadley Centre Climate Scientist, Exeter, UK.
  • 2009-present: Senior Research Scientist; Bureau of Meteorology, Hobart, Australia.

Selected Publications

  • Marshall, A. G. and Scaife, A. A. (2010) Improved predictability of stratospheric sudden warming events in an atmospheric general circulation model with enhanced stratospheric resolution. J. Geophys. Res., 115, D16114, doi:10.1029/2009JD012643.
  • Marshall, A. G., Hudson, D., Wheeler, M. C., Alves, O., Hendon, H. H., Pook, M. J. and Risbey, J. S. (2014) Intra-seasonal drivers of extreme heat over Australia in observations and POAMA-2. Clim. Dyn., 43, 1915-1937.
  • Marshall, A. G. and Hendon, H. H. (2015) Subseasonal Prediction of Australian Summer Monsoon Anomalies. Geophys. Res. Lett., 42, 10913-10919.
  • Marshall, A. G., Hendon, H. H., Feng, M. and Schiller, A. (2015) Initiation and amplification of the Ningaloo Niño. Clim. Dyn., 45, 2367-2385, doi:10.1007/s00382-015-2477-5.
  • Marshall, A. G., Hendon, H. H., Son, S.-W. and Lim, Y. (2017) Impact of the quasi-biennial oscillation on predictability of the Madden-Julian oscillation. Clim. Dyn., 49, 1365-1377.
  • Marshall, A. G., Hemer, M. A., Hendon, H. H. and McInnes, K. L. (2018) Southern Annular Mode impacts on global ocean surface waves. Ocean Modelling., 129, 58-74.
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Andrew Marshall

  • Global climate drivers
  • Heatwaves
  • Monsoons
  • Stratosphere-troposphere interaction
  • Subseasonal-seasonal prediction
  • Forecast product development
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