Keith P. Shine FRS is the head of the Atmospheric Radiation and Climate group and previous head of department at the University of Reading's meteorology department. He was a lead author of Climate Change 1995, the 1995 IPCC report on global warming. He held the University's annual Children's Christmas lecture on Clouds in 2008. Keith Shine was admitted as a fellow to the Royal Society in 2009. In 2013 he was awarded the post of Regius Professor of Meteorology and Climate Science .
V. Ramaswamy, M.-L. Chanin, J. Angell et al. 2001. "Stratospheric temperature trends: Observations and model simulations" Review of Geophysics Vol. 39, no. 1, February 2001, pages 71–122.
G Myhre, EJ Highwood, KP Shine, F Stordal 1998 "New estimates of radiative forcing due to well mixed greenhouse gases" Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 25, Issue 14, p. 2715-2718. abstract
Shine, K.P., and Piers M. de F. Forster 1995. "The effect of human activity on radiative forcing of climate change: a review of recent developments" Global and Planetary Change, Volume 20, Issue 4, May 1999, Pages 205-225. doi:10.1016/S0921-8181(99)00017-X
P.H. Haynes, M.E. McIntyre, T.G. Shepherd, C.J. Marks and K.P. Shine 1991. "On the 'Downward Control' of Extratropical Diabatic Circulations by Eddy-Induced Mean Zonal Forces" Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences Volume 48, Issue 4 (February 1991) pp. 651–678. doi:10.1175/1520-0469(1991)048<0651:OTCOED>2.0.CO;2
J.M. Haywood and K.P. Shine. 1995. "The effect of anthropogenic sulfate and soot aerosol on the clear sky planetary radiation budget" Geophysical Research Letters 1995, vol. 22, no5, pp. 603–606.
- Atmospheric Radiation and Climate group
- Charge: Carbon Dioxide Hogs Global Warming Stage
- "The Earth's Changing Energy Balance". A video of a lecture given by Prof. Keith Shine at the Royal Society, 8 July 2009, (17 minutes)
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