Belinda Roux

Research Scientist

Current work and responsibilities

Belinda Roux works on the development, evaluation and implementation of aviation weather forecasting guidance techniques, products and processes. Her current focus is on the improvements of fog forecasts for the aviation industry, particularly through enhancements of numerical prediction systems.

Career background

  • 2004: University of Pretoria, B.Sc. Meteorology
  • 2005: University of Pretoria, B.Sc. (Hons) Meteorology
  • 2009: University of Pretoria, M.Sc. Meteorology
Professional Positions
  • 2006–2008: Researcher, Agricultural Research Centre, South Africa.
  • 2010–present: Research scientist, Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne, Australia.

Selected publications

  • Roux B., & Potts R., 2016: A High Resolution NWP Modelling Study of Fog at Perth Airport. In 7th International Conference on Fog, Fog Collection, and Dew (pp. 135-138). Wroclaw, Poland.
  • Le Marshall J., Lee J., Jung J., Gregory P., Roux B., 2013: The considerable impact of earth observations from space on numerical weather prediction. Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal, 63, 497–500.
  • Roux B., Seed A., Dahni R., Smith R., 2011: Conditional rainfall verification using synoptic typing, Abstracts of the Fifth International Verification Methods Workshop, 1 - 7 December 2011, Melbourne, Australia, CAWCR Technical Report No. 046, p.28
  • Engelbrecht F.A., Landman W.A., Engelbrecht C.J., Landman S., Bopape M.M., Roux B., McGregor J.L., Thatcher M., 2011: Multi-scale climate modelling over Southern Africa using a variable-resolution global model, Water SA, 37(5), pp. 647-658

Belinda Roux

  • Fog processes and forecasting
  • Numerical Weather Prediction Modelling
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