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 Chantelle Burton

Chantelle Burton

PhD Student

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 Amory C360

 

Amory Building, University of Exeter, Rennes Drive, Exeter, EX4 4RJ , UK

Overview

In 2011 I graduated from the University of Cambridge with a degree in Geography. In my final year I studied the impact of sustainable forestry in the rainforest in Guyana, with a strong interest in climate change. Since graduating I have worked at the Met Office, and for the last two years have worked in the Hadley Centre for Climate Science and Services. I am now undertaking a PhD with the Met Office and University of Exeter, supervised by Richard Betts, Ted Feldpausch and Chris Jones.

Broad research specialisms:

Through my PhD research I will be looking at fire under scenarios of climate and land use change in the Amazon.

Qualifications

Dip TCL, BA hons (cantab), MA (cantab)

Research

Research projects

Project Title: Climate and land use change effects on fire in the Amazon

Supervisors: Professor Richard Betts, Dr Ted Feldpausch, Chris Jones (Met Office)

Funding Body: Met Office Newton Fund

Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Publications by category


Journal articles

Burton C, Betts R, Cardoso M, Feldpausch TR, Harper A, Jones CD, Kelley DI, Robertson E, Wiltshire A (2019). Representation of fire, land-use change and vegetation dynamics in the Joint UK Land Environment Simulator vn4.9 (JULES). Geoscientific Model Development, 12(1), 179-193. Abstract.  Full text.
Pugh TAM, Jones CD, Huntingford C, Burton C, Arneth A, Brovkin V, Ciais P, Lomas M, Robertson E, Piao SL, et al (2018). A Large Committed Long-Term Sink of Carbon due to Vegetation Dynamics. Earth's Future, 6(10), 1413-1432. Abstract.  Full text.
Marengo JA, Jr SCA, Thonicke K, Burton C, Halladay K, Betts RA, Alves LM, Soares WR (2018). Changes in Climate and Land Use over the Amazon Region: Current and Future Variability and Trends. FRONTIERS IN EARTH SCIENCE, 6 Author URL.
Burton C, Betts RA, Jones CD, Williams K (2018). Will fire danger be reduced by using Solar Radiation Management to limit global warming to 1.5°C compared to 2.0°C. Geophysical Research Letters Full text.
Senior CA, Andrews T, Burton C, Chadwick R, Copsey D, Graham T, Hyder P, Jackson L, McDonald R, Ridley J, et al (2016). Idealized climate change simulations with a high-resolution physical model: HadGEM3-GC2. JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN MODELING EARTH SYSTEMS, 8(2), 813-830. Author URL.

Publications by year


2019

Burton C (2019). Impacts of fire, climate and land-use change on terrestrial ecosystems.  Abstract.  Full text.
Burton C, Betts R, Cardoso M, Feldpausch TR, Harper A, Jones CD, Kelley DI, Robertson E, Wiltshire A (2019). Representation of fire, land-use change and vegetation dynamics in the Joint UK Land Environment Simulator vn4.9 (JULES). Geoscientific Model Development, 12(1), 179-193. Abstract.  Full text.

2018

Pugh TAM, Jones CD, Huntingford C, Burton C, Arneth A, Brovkin V, Ciais P, Lomas M, Robertson E, Piao SL, et al (2018). A Large Committed Long-Term Sink of Carbon due to Vegetation Dynamics. Earth's Future, 6(10), 1413-1432. Abstract.  Full text.
Marengo JA, Jr SCA, Thonicke K, Burton C, Halladay K, Betts RA, Alves LM, Soares WR (2018). Changes in Climate and Land Use over the Amazon Region: Current and Future Variability and Trends. FRONTIERS IN EARTH SCIENCE, 6 Author URL.
Burton C, Betts RA, Jones CD, Williams K (2018). Will fire danger be reduced by using Solar Radiation Management to limit global warming to 1.5°C compared to 2.0°C. Geophysical Research Letters Full text.

2016

Senior CA, Andrews T, Burton C, Chadwick R, Copsey D, Graham T, Hyder P, Jackson L, McDonald R, Ridley J, et al (2016). Idealized climate change simulations with a high-resolution physical model: HadGEM3-GC2. JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN MODELING EARTH SYSTEMS, 8(2), 813-830. Author URL.

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