Sally Dacie

Sally Dacie

Sally is interested in the solar cycle signal present in the North Atlantic Oscillation and blocking events. She is looking at solar spectral irradiance variability and its influence on the stratosphere, as well as coupling between the stratosphere and troposphere and the propagation of the solar signal to the lower atmosphere at mid to high latitudes.

Sally is a STFC PhD student researching the influence of solar activity on winter climate and weather in the Northern Hemisphere. She joined MSSL in September 2014, after her MSci degree in Physics with a Year in Europe at Imperial College London. She spent the third year of her degree in Erlangen, Germany doing an experimental research project at the Erlangen Centre of Astroparticle Physics.

In her spare time, Sally enjoys cycling, walking, art and music.

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