Pete Falloon is a Manager, Climate Impacts Modelling at Met Office, UK. He has a BSc (Hons) in Environmental Science of the Earth and Atmosphere from the University of Reading, and worked on modelling pesticide fate in riverine systems during an MSc (Research) and part-time lectureship the University of Greenwich. Pete moved to Rothamsted Research in 1996, where he worked on modelling soil, climate and vegetation interactions for 8 years and was awarded a PhD from the University of Nottingham in 2001. Pete Falloon has over 17 years of experience in modelling environmental systems. He has written over 50 peer-reviewed papers and numerous book chapters on soil carbon dynamics, land use change and the impacts of climate change, and given many invited and offered presentations both in the UK and internationally. He was a Contributing author in the IPCC Assessment Report 4 Working Group 2 Summary for Policymakers/Technical Summary. Pete has been working on the impacts of climate and land use change on hydrology, soils and agriculture at the Met Office Hadley Centre since 2004. He spent six months on secondment to the Communications Team as Climate Science Advisor in 2007/8, and currently manages the Climate Impacts Modelling team, who work with and develop integrated models for climate change impacts. This work includes agriculture, ecosystems, water resources and urban areas, for academic, government and commercial research and consultancy projects.
Soil (especially carbon), water, agriculture, land use/ecosystem and climate interactions.