Tess's expertise lies in the science of weather producing systems, with a particular focus on heat waves and drought, through the examination of the large-scale atmospheric conditions and processes underlying extreme weather. She also researches the connections between extreme weather and tropical-extratropical or stratosphere-troposphere interactions.
Postdoctoral research associate, Department of Physics, University of Oxford
Monash University, PhD
University of Melbourne, BSc (Hons)
The structure and evolution of heat waves in Southestern Australia, Journal of Climate
Modes of variability and heat waves in Victoria, Southeastern Australia, Geophysical Research Letters
The influence of tropical cyclones on heat waves in Southeastern Australia, Geophysical Research Letters
Trapped mountain waves during a light aircraft accident, Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Journal