PDFs for papers without them are available upon reasonable request.

Citations to my articles are collated by Google Scholar.

The list of my papers available on arXiv is here.

I have reviewed papers for QJRMS, GRL, Phys. Fluids, Nat. Comms, JGR-Atmospheres, JGR-Planets, and Icarus, have reviewed for NASA's CDAPS program, and been an external reviewer and panel reviewer for NASA's Solar System Workings program.

Refereed publications

  1. The turbulent dynamics of Jupiter’s and Saturn’s weather layers: order out of chaos?
    P. L. Read, R. M. B. Young, & D. Kennedy, 2020.
    Geoscience Letters, 7, 10. 10.1186/s40562-020-00159-3.
    [Publisher] [Article PDF] [arXiv]

  2. Baroclinic and barotropic instabilities in planetary atmospheres - energetics, equilibration and adjustment.
    P.L. Read, N. Lewis, D. Kennedy, H. Scolan, F. Tabataba-Vakili, Y. Wang, S. Wright, & R.M.B. Young, 2020.
    Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, 27, 147-173, 10.5194/npg-27-147-2020.
    [Publisher] [Article PDF]

  3. Global climate modelling of Saturn's atmosphere. Part III: Global statistical picture of zonostrophic turbulence in high-resolution 3D-turbulent simulations.
    S. Cabanes, A. Spiga, & R.M.B. Young, 2020.
    Icarus, 345, 113705, 10.1016/j.icarus.2020.113705.
    [Publisher] [ADS] [arXiv]

  4. No detection of methane on Mars from early ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter observations.
    O. Korablev, A. C. Vandaele, F. Montmessin, et al., and The ACS and NOMAD Science Teams, 2019.
    Nature, 528, 517-520, 10.1038/s41586-019-1096-4 [ACS team credit].
    [Publisher] [ADS]

  5. Martian dust storm impact on atmospheric H2O and D/H observed by ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter.
    A.C. Vandaele, O. Korablev, F. Daerden, et al., NOMAD Science Team, and ACS Science Team, 2019.
    Nature, 528, 521-525, 10.1038/s41586-019-1097-3 [ACS team credit].
    [Publisher] [ADS]

  6. Simulating Jupiter's weather layer. Part II: Passive ammonia and water cycles.
    R.M.B. Young, P.L. Read, & Y. Wang, 2019.
    Icarus, 326, 253-268, 10.1016/j.icarus.2018.12.002.
    [Publisher] [ADS] [Article PDF] [Full resolution movie 1]

  7. Simulating Jupiter's weather layer. Part I: Jet spin-up in a dry atmosphere.
    R.M.B. Young, P.L. Read, & Y. Wang, 2019.
    Icarus, 326, 225-252, 10.1016/j.icarus.2018.12.005.
    [Publisher] [ADS] [Article PDF] [Full resolution movie 1] [Movie 2] [Movie 3] [Supplementary Information]

  8. Gas Giants.
    A. Sánchez-Lavega, L. A. Sromovsky, A. P. Showman, A. D. Del Genio, R.M.B. Young, R. Hueso, E. Garcia-Melendo, Y. Kaspi, G. S. Orton, N. Barrado-Izagirre, D. S. Choi, & J. M. Barbara, 2019.
    In B. Galperin and P. L. Read, eds., Zonal Jets: Phenomenology, Genesis, and Physics. Cambridge University Press, pp. 73-104, 10.1017/9781107358225.
    [Publisher]

  9. Convectively Driven Turbulence, Rossby Waves and Zonal Jets: Experiments on the Coriolis Platform.
    P. L. Read, J. Sommeria & R.M.B. Young, 2019.
    In B. Galperin and P. L. Read, eds., Zonal Jets: Phenomenology, Genesis, and Physics. Cambridge University Press, pp. 135-151. 10.1017/9781107358225.
    [Publisher]

  10. Barotropic and Zonostrophic Turbulence.
    B. Galperin, S. Sukoriansky, R.M.B. Young, R. Chemke, Y. Kaspi & P. L. Read, 2019.
    In B. Galperin and P. L. Read, eds., Zonal Jets: Phenomenology, Genesis, and Physics. Cambridge University Press, pp. 220-237, 10.1017/9781107358225.
    [Publisher]

  11. Comparative terrestrial atmospheric circulation regimes in simplified global circulation models. Part II: Energy budgets and spectral transfers.
    P.L. Read, F. Tabataba-Vakili, Y. Wang, P. Augier, E. Lindborg, A. Valeanu & R.M.B. Young, 2018.
    Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 144, 2558-2576, 10.1002/qj.3351.
    [Publisher] [ADS] [arXiv] [Article PDF]

  12. Comparative terrestrial atmospheric circulation regimes in simplified global circulation models. Part I: From cyclostrophic super‐rotation to geostrophic turbulence.
    Y. Wang, P.L. Read, F. Tabataba-Vakili & R.M.B. Young, 2018.
    Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 144, 2537-2557, 10.1002/qj.3350.
    [Publisher] [ADS] [arXiv] [Article PDF]

  13. Forward and inverse kinetic energy cascades in Jupiter's turbulent weather layer.
    R.M.B. Young & P.L. Read, 2017.
    Nature Physics, 13, 1335-1340, 10.1038/nphys4227.
    [Publisher] [ADS] [Postprint PDF] [Supplementary Information]

  14. Regimes of axisymmetric flow and scaling laws in a rotating annulus with local convective forcing.
    S. Wright, S. Su, H. Scolan, R.M.B. Young, & P.L. Read, 2017.
    Fluids, 2, 41, 10.3390/fluids2030041.
    [Publisher] [Article PDF] [Movie 1] [Movie 2]

  15. Predictability of the thermally driven laboratory rotating annulus.
    R.M.B. Young & P.L. Read, 2016.
    Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 142, 911-927, 10.1002/qj.2694.
    [Publisher] [ADS] [Article PDF] [Supporting Information]

  16. An experimental study of multiple zonal jet formation in rotating, thermally driven convective flows on a topographic beta-plane.
    P.L. Read, T.N.L. Jacoby, P.H.T. Rogberg, R.D. Wordsworth, Y.H. Yamazaki, K. Miki-Yamazaki, R.M.B. Young, J. Sommeria, H. Didelle, & S. Viboud, 2015.
    Physics of Fluids, 27, 085111, 10.1063/1.4928697.
    [Publisher] [ADS] [Article PDF] [Movies (Publisher)]

  17. A Lorenz / Boer energy budget for the atmosphere of Mars from 'reanalysis'.
    F. Tabataba-Vakili, P.L. Read, L. Montabone, T. Ruan, A. Valeanu, & R.M.B. Young, 2015.
    Geophysical Research Letters, 42, 8320-8327, 10.1002/2015GL065659.
    [Publisher] [ADS] [Article PDF (ORA)] [Supporting Information (Publisher)]

  18. General Circulation of Planetary Atmospheres: Insights from Rotating Annulus and Related Experiments.
    P.L. Read, E.P. Pérez, I.M. Moroz, & R.M.B. Young, 2014.
    In Modeling Atmospheric and Oceanic Flows, eds T. von Larcher & P.D. Williams, AGU, pp. 9-44, 10.1002/9781118856024.ch1.
    [Publisher] [Chapter PDF]

  19. Cassini observations reveal a regime of zonostrophic macroturbulence on Jupiter.
    B. Galperin, R.M.B. Young, S. Sukoriansky, N. Dikovskaya, P.L. Read, A.J. Lancaster, & D. Armstrong, 2014.
    Icarus, 229, 295-320, 10.1016/j.icarus.2013.08.030.
    [Publisher] [ADS] [Article PDF] [Supplementary Material] [Dataset (Publisher)]

  20. The Lorenz energy cycle in simulated rotating annulus flows.
    R.M.B. Young, 2014.
    Physics of Fluids, 26, 056602, 10.1063/1.4873921.
    [Publisher] [ADS] [Article PDF] [Supplementary Figure 1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]

  21. Data assimilation in the laboratory using a rotating annulus experiment.
    R.M.B. Young & P.L. Read, 2013.
    Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 139, 1488-1504, 10.1002/qj.2061.
    [Publisher] [ADS] [Postprint PDF] [Supporting Information] [Movie 1] [Movie 2] [Movie 3]

  22. Generation of inertia-gravity waves in the rotating thermal annulus by a localised boundary layer instability.
    T.N.L. Jacoby, P.L. Read, P.D. Williams, & R.M.B. Young, 2011.
    Geophysical and Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics, 105, 161-181, 10.1080/03091929.2011.560151.
    [Publisher] [ADS] [Postprint PDF]

  23. Decomposition of the Brier score for weighted forecast-verification pairs.
    R.M.B. Young, 2010.
    Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 136, 1364-1370, 10.1002/qj.641.
    [Publisher] [Postprint PDF]

  24. Breeding and predictability in the baroclinic rotating annulus using a perfect model.
    R.M.B. Young & P.L. Read, 2008.
    Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, 15, 469-487, 10.5194/npg-15-469-2008.
    Corrigendum, 2011, Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, 18, 359, 10.5194/npg-18-359-2011.
    Article: [Publisher] [ADS] [Article PDF]
    Corrigendum: [Publisher] [ADS] [Article PDF]

  25. Flow transitions resembling bifurcations of the logistic map in simulations of the baroclinic rotating annulus.
    R.M.B. Young & P.L. Read, 2008.
    Physica D, 237, 2251-2262, 10.1016/j.physd.2008.02.014.
    Erratum, 2011, Physica D, 240, 1903-1904, 10.1016/j.physd.2011.08.004.
    Article: [Publisher] [ADS] [Postprint PDF]
    Erratum: [Publisher] [ADS] [Postprint PDF]

Other Publications

  1. Solar-System-Wide Significance of Mars Polar Science
    I. B. Smith and 163 others inc. R. M. B. Young, 2020.
    White Paper submitted to the NASA Planetary Science and Astrobiology Decadal Survey 2023-2032, 18pp.
    [MEPAG] [PDF]

  2. Measuring Mars Atmospheric Winds from Orbit
    S. Guzewich and 45 others inc. R. M. B. Young, 2020.
    White Paper submitted to the NASA Planetary Science and Astrobiology Decadal Survey 2023-2032, 8pp.
    [MEPAG] [PDF] [arXiv]

  3. Observing Mars from areostationary orbit: Benefits and applications
    L. Montabone, N. Heavens, and 38 others inc. R. M. B. Young, 2020.
    White Paper submitted to the NASA Planetary Science and Astrobiology Decadal Survey 2023-2032, 8pp.
    [MEPAG] [PDF]

  4. Shadowing the rotating annulus. Part II: Gradient descent in the perfect model scenario.
    R. M. B. Young , R. Binter, F. Niehörster, P. L. Read & L. A. Smith, 2019.
    arXiv, 1909.05906.
    [arXiv]

  5. Shadowing the rotating annulus. Part I: Measuring candidate trajectory shadowing times.
    R. M. B. Young , R. Binter & F. Niehörster, 2019.
    arXiv, 1909.04488.
    [arXiv]

  6. MarMITE: Mars Modelling Information Tool for Engineering. D5: Algorithms Developed for MarMITE.
    A. El-Said, S. R. Lewis, J. Holmes, R. M. B. Young & M. R. Patel, 2017.
    ESA report MARMITE-OU-TN-0005, contract no. 4000114138/15/NL/PA, 34pp.

  7. MarMITE: Mars Modelling Information Tool for Engineering. D6: UK MGCM Configuration, Description and Validation Results.
    A. El-Said, S. R. Lewis, J. Holmes, R. M. B. Young & M. R. Patel, 2017.
    ESA report MARMITE-OU-TN-0006, contract no. 4000114138/15/NL/PA, 202pp.

  8. Meeting report - Weather on other planets: measurement and interpretation.
    R.M.B. Young, I. Strangeways & C.F Wilson, 2016.
    Weather, 71, 163-164, 10.1002/wea.2761.
    [Publisher] [ADS] [Preprint PDF]

Submitted papers

  1. Revealing the intensity of turbulent energy transfer in planetary atmospheres.
    S. Cabanes, S. Espa, B. Calperin, R. M. B. Young, and P. L. Read.
    Submitted 1 May 2020.

  2. Contributions from the Great Red Spot and Oval BA to Jupiter's kinetic energy budget.
    R. M. B. Young.
    Submitted 16 July 2019.

  3. Simulating Jupiter's weather layer. Part IV: Long-period stratospheric oscillations.
    R. M. B. Young & P. L. Read.
    Submitted 1 June 2019.

  4. Simulating Jupiter's weather layer. Part III: Latent heating and moist convection on a global scale.
    R. M. B. Young & P. L. Read.
    Submitted 1 June 2019.

My DPhil thesis

Predictability of a laboratory analogue for planetary atmospheres.
R.M.B. Young, 2009,
Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics, Department of Physics and Linacre College, University of Oxford, Trinity Term 2009. 250pp.

This is currently only available in print form. The Bodleian Library record is here. As the final paper based on its results has now been published, eventually I will deposit an electronic version in the Oxford University Research Archive.

More or less all the results from the thesis are covered in the following papers:

Young & Read (2008), Physica D, 237, 2251-2262, 10.1016/j.physd.2008.02.014.
Young & Read (2008), NPG, 15, 469-487, 10.5194/npg-15-469-2008.
Young (2010), QJRMS, 136, 1364-1370, 10.1002/qj.641.
Young & Read (2013), QJRMS, 139, 1488-1504, 10.1002/qj.2061.
Young & Read (2016), QJRMS, 142, 911-927, 10.1002/qj.2694.

Conference papers and other seminars

  1. Monitoring the Martian Weather with Areostationary SmallSats.
    L. Montabone, B. Cantor, M. Capderou, R. Fergason, L. Feruglio, F. Forget, N. Heavens, R. Lillis, S. Matousek, M. Smith, A. Spiga, F. Topputo, M. VanWoerkom, M. Wolff, and R. Young,
    Europlanet Science Congress 2020 (virtual), 21 September - 9 October 2020.
    [Vimeo recording]

  2. Exploring Mars' atmosphere with ExoMars and EMM.
    R.M.B. Young,
    NYU Abu Dhabi Space Science Webinar Series, 8 September 2020..
    [YouTube recording]

  3. Updates from the National Space Science and Technology Center.
    R.M.B. Young and C.P. Gebhardt,
    ESIG special meeting - EMM Science Overview for UAE Space Sector, 17 June 2020.

  4. Toward predicting Martian dust storms and climate.
    C. Newman, T. Bertrand, M. Battalio, M. Chojnacki, I. Daubar, M. Day, M. K. Elrod, L. K. Fenton, S. Greybush, S. D. Guzewich, H. Kahanpää, M. Kahre, B. Jackson, M. G. A. Lapôtre, S. R. Lewis, R. D. Lorenz, G. Martínez Martínez, J. Martin-Torres, M. A. Mischna, L. Montabone, L. Neakrase, A. Pankine, J. Pla-Garcia, P. L. Read, M. D. Smith, A. Spiga, C. Swann, T. N. Titus, D. Viúdez-Moreiras, D. F. Wellington, P. Wolkenberg, G. Wurm, R. M. B. Young, and M.-P. Zorzano,
    6th International Planetary Dunes Workshop (virtual), 12-13 May 2020.

  5. Observing Mars from Areostationary orbit: Benefits and Applications - A Decadal Survey White Paper.
    L. Montabone, N. G. Heavens, M. Aye, A. Babuscia, N. Barba, J. Battalio, T. Bertrand, M. Capderou, M. Chojnacki, C.D. Edwards, M.K. Elrod, L. Fenton, R.L. Fergason, C. Gebhardt, S.D. Guzewich, M.A. Kahre, D.M. Kass, R. Lillis, G. Liuzzi, M.A. Mischna, C.E. Newman, M. Pajola, A. Pankine, S. Piqueux, M.P. Romero-Perez, M.S. Smith, A. Spiga, L. Tampari, J. Vander Hook, P. Wolkenberg, and R.M.B. Young,
    6th International Planetary Dunes Workshop (virtual), 12-13 May 2020.

  6. Introduction to Mars.
    L. Montabone, R.M.B. Young, and A. Jalil,
    NSSTC Zoom webinar, 6 May 2020.

  7. A Case for Mars Polar Science in the Solar System.
    I. Smith, S. D. Guzewich, S. R. Lewis, P. L. Read, L. Montabone, L. Fenton, A. S. J. Khayat, G. Martinez, A. Kereszturi, A. Pankine, T. Bertrand, R. C. Ewing, M. Crismani, G. Liuzzi, J. Widmer, K. Mesick, A. Spiga, R. M. B. Young, E. Hauber, M. Landis, T. N. Titus, and E. Kite,
    38th MEPAG meeting (virtual), 15-17 April 2020.

  8. Toward predicting Martian dust storms and climate.
    C. E. Newman, T. Bertrand, M. Battalio, I. Daubar, M. Day, L. K. Fenton, S. Greybush, S. Guzewich, H. Kahanpää, M. Kahre, B. Jackson, M. G. A. Lapôtre, S. R. Lewis, R. D. Lorenz, G. Martínez Martínez, J. Martin-Torres, M. A. Mischna, L. Montabone, A. Pankine, P. L. Read, M. D. Smith, A. Spiga, C. Swann, T. N. Titus, D. Viúdez-Moreiras, D. F. Wellington, P. Wolkenberg, G. Wurm, R. M. B. Young, and M.-P. Zorzano,
    38th MEPAG meeting (virtual), 15-17 April 2020.

  9. Measuring Mars Atmospheric Winds from Orbit.
    S. Guzewich, J. B. Abshire, J. B. Battalio, T. Bertrand, A. Colaprete, D. R. Cremons, M. M. Crismani, A. I. Dave, M. Day, M.-C. Desjean, L. K. Fenton, M. A. Kahre, A. S. J. Khayat, A. M. Kling, S. R. Lewis, G. Martínez, L. Montabone, M. A. Mischna, C. E. Newman, A. Pankine, H. Riris, M. D. Smith, A. Spiga, X. Sun, L. K. Tamppari, R. M. B. Young, and D. Viúdez-Moreiras,
    38th MEPAG meeting (virtual), 15-17 April 2020.

  10. Areostationary orbit: Benefits and Applications.
    L. Montabone, N. G. Heavens, S. D. Guzewich, M. D. Smith, M. A. Kahre, G. Liuzzi, A. Pankine, P. Wolkenberg, T. Bertrand, C. Newman, J. Battalio, A. Spiga, R. M. B. Young, J. Vander Hook, C. D. Edwards, A. Babuscia, N. J. Barba, and M. del Pilar Romero Pérez,
    38th MEPAG meeting (virtual), 15-17 April 2020.

  11. Monitoring the Martian weather with areostationary SmallSats.
    L. Montabone, B. Cantor, M. Capderou, R. Fergason, L. Feruglio, F. Forget, N. Heavens, R. Lillis, S. Matousek, M. Smith, A. Spiga, F. Topputo, M. VanWoerkom, M. Wolff, and R. Young,
    Access2Space Workshop, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, 25-27 February 2020.

  12. Numerical Simulations of Dynamics of the Ice Giant Atmospheres.
    C.-M. Liu, P. Read, and R. Young,
    UK Planetary Atmospheres Meeting, Royal Astronomical Society, London, 14 February 2020.

  13. Semi-grey (2-band, 2-stream) radiative modelling of Jupiter's atmosphere and clouds.
    G. Colyer, C.-M. Liu, P. Read, and R. Young,
    UK Planetary Atmospheres Meeting, Royal Astronomical Society, London, 14 February 2020.

  14. Dust storms on Mars: Building a long-term record and enabling forecasting.
    L. Montabone, A. Moin, R.M.B. Young, C. P. Gebhardt, E. Millour, B. Cantor, F. Forget, D. M. Kass, A. Kleinböhl, M. D. Smith, A. Spiga, and M. J. Wolff,,
    UAE University Annual Research & Innovation Conference, 4-5 February 2020.

  15. Emirates Mars Mission data assimilation.
    R.M.B. Young, C. P. Gebhardt, and L. Montabone,
    UAE University Annual Research & Innovation Conference, 4-5 February 2020.

  16. Semi-grey radiative modelling of giant-planet atmospheres.
    G. Colyer, C.-M. Liu, P. Read, and R. Young,
    Ice Giant Systems 2020, Royal Society, London, 20-22 January 2020.

  17. Modelling Jupiter's dynamic weather layer: Turbulence, clouds & moist convection.
    P.L. Read, G. Colyer, and R.M.B. Young,
    2nd British Planetary Science Congress, Oxford, 13-15 January 2020.

  18. Exploring Mars’ atmosphere with ExoMars and EMM.
    R.M.B. Young,
    Seminar at University of Sharjah, 12 January 2020.

  1. Exploring planetary atmospheres from space and in the (numerical) laboratory.
    R.M.B. Young,
    Department of Physics seminar, UAE University, 10 October 2019.

  2. Investigation of the 2018 Global Dust Event from ACS- TIRVIM on board ExoMars/TGO.
    S. Guerlet, R.M.B. Young, N. Ignatiev, F. Forget, E. Millour, T. Fouchet, L. Montabone, A. Shakun, A.V. Grigoriev, A. Trokhimovskiy, F. Montmessin, and O. Korablev,
    EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting, Geneva, 15-20 September 2019, EPSC-DPS2019-776.
    [Abstract PDF]

  3. The first year of ACS/TGO ExoMars observations. Overview of results.
    O. Korablev, F. Montmessin, A.A. Fedorova, A. Trokhimovskiy, M. Luginin, N.I. Ignatiev, A. Stcherbinine, D.A. Belyaev, K.S. Olsen, L. Baggio, S. Guerlet, R.M.B. Young, F. Forget, J. Alday, C.F. Wilson, F. Lefèvre, J.-L. Bertaux, A. Shakun, A. Patrakeev, A.V. Grigoriev,
    EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting, Geneva, 15-20 September 2019, EPSC-DPS2019-1524.
    [Abstract PDF]

  4. Modeling planetary atmospheres and oceans in the laboratory.
    S. Espa, S. Cabanes, E. Ferrero, R. Forza, B. Galperin, F. Ive, M. Manfrin, P. L. Read, H. Scolan, and R. Young,
    17th European Turbulence Conference, Torino, Italy, 3-6 September 2019.

  5. Assimilation of observations from ACS/TIRVIM on board ExoMars TGO into the LMD Mars GCM.
    R. Young, S. Guerlet, E. Millour, F. Forget, T. Navarro, L. Montabone, N. Ignatiev, A. Grigoriev, A. Shakun, A. Trokhimovskiy, F. Montmessin, and O. Korablev,
    9th International Conference on Mars, Pasadena, California, 22-25 July 2019.
    [Abstract PDF]

  6. One year of ACS/TGO observations of the Mars atmosphere.
    O.I. Korablev, F. Montmessin, A.A. Fedorova, A. Trokhimovskiy, M. Luginin, N.I. Ignatiev, F. Lefèvre, A. Shakun, A. Patrakeev, D.A. Belyaev, J.L. Bertaux, K.S. Olsen, L. Baggio, J. Alday, C.F. Wilson, S. Guerlet, R.M.B. Young, E. Millour, F. Forget, A.V. Grigoriev, I. Maslov, D. Patsaev, G. Arnold, and D. Grassi,
    9th International Conference on Mars, Pasadena, California, 22-25 July 2019.
    [Abstract PDF]

  7. Assimilation of ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter thermal infrared observations into the LMD Mars GCM using the LETKF.
    R. Young, F. Forget, S. Guerlet, E. Millour, T. Navarro, N. Ignatiev, A.V. Grigoriev, A. Shakun, A. Trokhimovskiy, F. Montmessin, and O. Korablev,
    14th International EnKF Workshop, Voss, Norway, 3-5 June 2019.

  8. Venus in context: exploring atmospheric circulation regimes for slow (and fast) rotators.
    P. L. Read, N. Lewis, F. Tabataba-Vakili, Y. Wang, and R.M.B. Young,
    International Venus Conference 2019, May 31 - June 3, 2019, Niseko, Hokkaido, Japan.

  9. Exploring Mars' atmosphere with ExoMars, EMM, and beyond.
    R.M.B. Young,
    Seminar at UAE University Department of Physics, Al Ain, 23 April 2019.

  10. Assimilation of observations from ACS/TIRVIM on board ExoMars TGO into the LMD Mars GCM during the MY34 Global Dust Storm.
    R.M.B. Young, F. Forget, S. Guerlet, E. Millour, T. Navarro, L. Montabone, N. Ignatiev, A. Grigoriev, A. Shakun, A. Trokhimovskiy, F. Montmessin, and O. Korablev,
    EGU General Assembly, Vienna, 8-12 April 2019. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 21, EGU2018-15040.

  11. Thermal structure and aerosol content in the martian atmosphere from ACS-TIRVIM on board ExoMars/TGO.
    S. Guerlet, N. Ignatiev, F. Forget, T. Fouchet, A. Shakun, E. Millour, L. Montabone, R. Young, A. Grigoriev, A. Trokhimovskiy, F. Montmessin, and O. Korablev,
    EGU General Assembly, Vienna, 8-12 April 2019. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 21, EGU2019-11145.

  12. Zonostrophic beta-plumes, zonal jets and particle diffusivity in locally-forced shallow water experiments.
    P. Read, B. Galperin, S. Espa, E. Ferrero, S. Cabanes, F. Ive, M. Manfrin, H. Scolan and R. Young,
    22e Rencontre du Non Linéare, Université Paris Diderot, 26 March 2019, 168.

  13. Mars data assimilation: Experience at LMD and in the UK.
    R.M.B. Young,
    Gasshuku-style seminar for data assimilation, University of Kyoto, 18-23 March 2019.

  1. A year exploring the planets from space and in the lab.
    R.M.B. Young,
    Lucretian Lecture, Malvern College, 12 October 2018.

  2. Preliminary assimilation of observations from ACS/TIRVIM on board ExoMars TGO into the LMD Mars GCM.
    R.M.B. Young, F. Forget, S. Guerlet, E. Millour, T. Navarro, N. Ignatiev, A.V. Grigoriev, A.V. Shakun, A. Trokhimovskiy, F. Montmessin, and O. Korablev,
    European Planetary Science Congress, Berlin, 16-21 September 2018, 12, EPSC2018-907.
    [Extended abstract PDF]

  3. Thermal structure and aerosol content in the martian atmosphere from ACS-TIRVIM on board ExoMars/TGO.
    S. Guerlet, N. Ignatiev, T. Fouchet, F. Forget, E. Millour, R.M.B. Young, L. Montabone, A.V. Grigoriev, A. Trokhimovskiy, F. Montmessin, and O. Korablev,
    European Planetary Science Congress, Berlin, 16-21 September 2018, 12, EPSC2018-223-2.
    [Extended abstract PDF]

  4. Forward and inverse kinetic energy cascades in Jupiter’s turbulent weather layer.
    R.M.B. Young and P.L. Read,
    European Planetary Science Congress, Berlin, 16-21 September 2018, 12, EPSC2018-834.
    [Extended abstract PDF]

  5. Experimental study of zonostrophic turbulence in a rotating system over a topographic beta-plane.
    F. Ive, E. Ferrero, M. Manfrin, S. Espa, P.L. Read, B. Galperin, H. Scolan, and R. Young,
    1st AISAM National Congress, Bologna, Italy, 10-13 September 2018.

  6. Vers l'assimilation de données des observations d'ExoMars TGO ACS dans le Mars GCM du LMD.
    R.M.B. Young, S. Guerlet, E. Millour, F. Forget, and T. Navarro,
    Programme National de Planetologie, Nice, 5-7 September 2018.

  7. Towards assimilation of ExoMars TGO ACS observations into the LMD Mars GCM.
    R.M.B. Young, S. Guerlet, E. Millour, F. Forget, and T. Navarro,
    Mars Atmosphere Data Assimilation Workshop, Aix-les-Bains, 29-31 August 2018.

  8. Global and local climatology of Mars and its dust cycle from assimilation of spacecraft observations.
    P.L. Read, A. Valeanu, Tao Ruan, R.M.B Young, and S.R. Lewis,
    International Symposium on Lunar & Planetary Science, Macau, 12-15 June 2018.
    [Extended abstract PDF]

  9. Towards assimilation of Exomars Trace Gas Orbiter observations into the LMD Mars GCM using the LETKF.
    R.M.B. Young, E. Millour, F. Forget, and T. Navarro,
    13th International EnKF Workshop, Bergen, Norway, 28-30 May 2018.

  10. Anisotropic baroclinic turbulence with convection, rotation and stratification: a laboratory study.
    P.L. Read, H. Scolan, and R.M.B. Young,
    EGU General Assembly, Vienna, 8-13 April 2018. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 20, EGU2018-15766.

  11. Constructing and exploring a dimensionless parameter space for the atmospheric dynamics of terrestrial planets and moons.
    P.L. Read, S.R. Lewis, F. Tabataba-Vakili, G.K. Vallis, Y. Wang, and R.M.B. Young,
    European Week of Astronomy and Space Science, Liverpool, 3-6 April 2018.

  12. Towards assimilation of Exomars TGO ACS observations into the LMD Mars GCM.
    R.M.B. Young, E. Millour, F. Forget, and T. Navarro,
    From Mars Express to ExoMars, ESAC, Madrid, 27-28 February 2018.

  13. Measuring turbulent cascades in Jupiter's weather layer.
    R.M.B. Young,
    The Dynamics of Rotating Fluids, UCL, London, 5 January 2018.

  1. GCM studies on Jovian polar dynamics.
    F. Tabataba-Vakili, G.S. Orton, C. Li, R.M.B. Young, P.L. Read, and A.P. Ingersoll,
    AGU Fall Meeting, New Orleans, 11-15 December 2017.

  2. The Mars Modelling Information Tool for Engineering (MarMITE): A study on the Impact of Local Dust Storms.
    A. El-Said, S.R. Lewis, J. Holmes, M.R. Patel, D. Terrett, H. Morris, P.L. Read, R.M.B. Young, and G. Parnaby,
    1st British Planetary Science Congress, Glasgow, 3-5 December 2017.

  3. Numerical simulation of dynamics of the Uranian atmosphere.
    C.-M. Liu, P.L. Read, and R.M.B. Young,
    1st British Planetary Science Congress, Glasgow, 3-5 December 2017.

  4. Measuring turbulent cascades in Jupiter's weather layer.
    R.M.B. Young and P.L. Read,
    1st British Planetary Science Congress, Glasgow, 3-5 December 2017.

  5. Measuring turbulent cascades in Jupiter's weather layer.
    R.M.B. Young and P.L. Read,
    49th Meeting of the AAS Division for Planetary Sciences, Provo, Utah, 15-20 October 2017.

  6. Dynamical analysis of Jovian polar observations by JunoCAM.
    F. Tabataba-Vakili, G.S. Orton, A. Adriani, G. Eichstädt, D. Grassi, A.P. Ingersoll, C. Li, C. Hansen, T. Momary, M.L. Moriconi, A. Mura, P.L. Read, J. Rogers, and R.M.B. Young,
    49th Meeting of the AAS Division for Planetary Sciences, Provo, Utah, 15-20 October 2017.

  7. Investigating Jupiter’s turbulent weather layer using simulations and observations.
    R.M.B. Young, P.L. Read, Y. Wang, and D.T. Kennedy,
    Seminar at AOPP, University of Oxford, 5 October 2017.

  8. Simulation of the dynamics of the jovian atmosphere.
    C.-M. Liu, P.L. Read, and R.M.B. Young,
    Serendipities in the Solar System and Beyond, National Central University, Taiwan, 10-13 July 2017.

  9. Regional and global dust storms on Mars investigated using data assimilation.
    T. Ruan, R.M.B. Young, P.L. Read, S.R. Lewis, and L. Montabone,
    Sixth International Workshop on the Mars Atmosphere, Granada, Spain, 17-20 January 2017.
    [Extended abstract PDF]

  10. Mars in context: Comparative atmospheric circulation of terrestrial planets.
    P.L. Read, F. Tabataba-Valiki, A. Valeanu, Y. Wang, and R.M.B. Young,
    Sixth International Workshop on the Mars Atmosphere, Granada, Spain, 17-20 January 2017.
    [Extended abstract PDF]

  1. Jets and turbulence in Jupiter's weather layer.
    R.M.B. Young, D.T. Kennedy, Y. Wang, and P.L. Read,
    Fluids Group seminar, Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge, 7 October 2016.

  2. Zonal jets and turbulence in Jupiter's weather layer under dry and moist conditions.
    R.M.B. Young, D.T. Kennedy, Y. Wang, and P.L. Read,
    Dynamics of Rotating Fluids meeting, AOPP, University of Oxford, 23 September 2016.

  3. Zonal jets and turbulence in Jupiter’s weather layer under dry and moist conditions.
    R.M.B. Young, D.T. Kennedy, Y. Wang, and P.L. Read,
    Sixth Annual DiRAC Science Day, University of Edinburgh, 8 September 2016.

  4. A numerical study of axisymmetric flow regimes in a rotating annulus with local convective forcing.
    S. Wright, S. Su, H. Scolan, R.M.B. Young, and P.L. Read,
    VIIIth International Symposium on Stratified Flows, San Diego, CA, 29 August - 1 September 2016.
    [Extended abstract PDF]

  5. Macroturbulent cascades of energy and enstrophy in observations and models of planetary atmospheres.
    P.L. Read, F. Tabataba-Vakili, A. Valeanu, Y. Wang, and R.M.B. Young,
    Turbulence and Waves in Flows Dominated by Rotation. Lessons from Geophysics and perspectives in Space Physics and Astrophysics, NCAR, Boulder, CO, August 15-19, 2016.

  6. Forward and inverse energy cascades in Jupiter's turbulent weather layer.
    R.M.B. Young and P.L. Read,
    The 2016 Leverhulme Trust International Network Meeting on Waves and Turbulence, Cambridge, 18-27 July 2016.

  7. Energy and enstrophy cascades in planetary atmospheres.
    P.L. Read, R.M.B. Young, F. Tabataba-Vakili, and Y. Wang,
    The 2016 Leverhulme Trust International Network Meeting on Waves and Turbulence, Cambridge, 18-27 July 2016.

  8. Numerical and experimental study of flows in a rotating annulus with local convective forcing.
    H. Scolan, S. Su, S. Wright, R.M.B. Young, and P.L. Read,
    EGU General Assembly, Vienna, 17-22 April 2016. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 18, EGU2016-16194-1.

  9. Jets and macro-turbulent 'cascades' in atmospheres, oceans and the laboratory.
    P.L. Read, T. Jacoby, P.H.T. Rogberg, R.D. Wordsworth, Y.H. Yamazaki, K. Miki-Yamazaki, R.M.B. Young, J. Sommeria, H. Didelle, S.Viboud, and B. Galperin,
    Lewis Fry Richardson Medal Lecture, EGU General Assembly, Vienna, 17-22 April 2016. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 18, EGU2016-1589.

  10. Jupiter’s zonal jets and turbulent eddies: the importance of moist convective processes on a global scale.
    R.M.B. Young,
    iUM Workshop, Exeter, 12 February 2016.

  1. Jupiter's Zonal Jets and Turbulent Eddies: the Importance of Moist Convective Processes on a Global Scale.
    R.M.B. Young and P.L. Read,
    AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 14-18 December 2015, P41B-2060.

  2. Regimes of axisymmetric flow in a rotating annulus with local convective forcing.
    H. Scolan, S. Su, R.M.B. Young, and P.L. Read,
    68th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics, November 22–24 2015, Boston, 60, A30.00005.

  3. Jupiter's jets and clouds simulated using DiRAC.
    R.M.B. Young and P.L. Read,
    Weather on Other Planets: Measurement and Interpretation - RAS Specialist Discussion Meeting, 9 October 2015.

  4. Jupiter's jets and clouds simulated using DiRAC.
    R.M.B. Young and P.L. Read,
    Fifth Annual DiRAC Science Day, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, University of Cambridge, 11 September 2015.

  5. Jupiter's jets, turbulence, and cloud dynamics from simulations and observations.
    R.M.B. Young and P.L. Read,
    Leverhulme network meeting on waves and turbulence, AOPP, University of Oxford, 1-9 September 2015.

  6. A Lorenz / Boer energy budget for the atmosphere of Mars from 'reanalysis'.
    F. Tabataba-Vakili, P.L. Read, S.R. Lewis, L. Montabone, T. Ruan, Y. Wang, A. Valeanu, and R.M.B. Young,
    EGU General Assembly, Vienna, 12-17 April 2015. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 17, EGU2015-6503.

  1. Simulating Jupiter and Venus using the Met Office Unified Model.
    R.M.B. Young, J. Mendonça, and P.L. Read, 2014,
    Fourth Annual DiRAC Science Day, University of Durham, 22 September 2014.

  2. Seasonal variation of the atmospheric energy budget on Mars.
    F. Tabataba-Vakili, P.L. Read, S.R. Lewis, L. Montabone, T. Ruan, A. Valeanu, Y. Wang, and R.M.B. Young,
    European Planetary Science Congress, Cascais, Portugal, 7-12 September 2014, EPSC2014-734-1.
    [Extended abstract PDF]

  3. Journal Club: Zonal flows and long-lived axisymmetric pressure bumps in magnetorotational turbulence.
    R.M.B. Young,
    Wave-Flow Interaction in Geophysics, Climate, Astrophysics, and Plasmas, KITP, UC Santa Barbara, 16 May 2014.
    [Video]

  4. Baroclinic circulation regimes and heat and tracer transport - comparing laboratory and atmosphere-ocean models?.
    P.L. Read, I.M. Moroz, E.P. Pérez, Y. Wang, and R.M.B. Young,
    Seminar by PLR at University of Exeter, 5 March 2014.

  5. Simulating Jupiter and Venus using the Met Office Unified Model.
    R.M.B. Young, P.L. Read, and J. Mendonça,
    Met Office Academic Partnership Poster Session, Met Office, 21 February 2014.

  6. Spin Doctors: Creating a planet's atmosphere in the lab.
    R.M.B. Young,
    Stargazing Oxford flash talk, 11 January 2014.
    [University of Oxford podcasts] [iTunes U]

  1. Simulating Jupiter and Venus using the Met Office Unified Model.
    R.M.B. Young, J. Mendonça, and P.L. Read,
    Met Office Academic Partnership launch, Department of Physics, University of Oxford, 24 October 2013.

  2. Using Correlation Imaging Velocimetry (CIV) to track clouds and measure winds in planetary atmospheres.
    R.M.B. Young, B. Galperin, S. Sukoriansky, N. Dikovskaya, P.L. Read, A.J. Lancaster, and D. Armstrong,
    BMVA meeting on Quantitative Image Analysis for Astronomical Applications, 9 October 2013.

  3. Cassini observations reveal the regime of zonostrophic macroturbulence on Jupiter.
    R.M.B. Young, B. Galperin, S. Sukoriansky, P.L. Read, N. Dikovskaya, A.J. Lancaster, and D. Armstrong,
    AGU Chapman Conference on Crossing the Boundaries in Planetary Atmospheres: From Earth to Exoplanets, Annapolis, Maryland, USA, 24-27 June 2013.

  4. The regime of zonostrophic macroturbulence and its application for characterization of large-scale circulation on Jupiter and other giant planets.
    B. Galperin, S. Sukoriansky, N. Dikovskaya, R.M.B. Young, P.L. Read, A.J. Lancaster, and D. Armstrong,
    AGU Chapman Conference on Crossing the Boundaries in Planetary Atmospheres: From Earth to Exoplanets, Annapolis, Maryland, USA, 24-27 June 2013.

  5. Jupiter's turbulent energy spectrum from Cassini.
    R.M.B. Young, B. Galperin, S. Sukoriansky, N. Dikovskaya, P.L. Read, A.J. Lancaster, and D. Armstrong,
    UK Planetary Forum 10th annual Early Career Scientists' meeting, Natural History Museum, London, 18 January 2013.

  6. Data assimilation for dynamical modelling.
    P.L. Read and R.M.B. Young,
    JET, Culham, 16 January 2013.

  7. Data assimilation using the rotating annulus experiment.
    R.M.B. Young and P.L. Read,
    JET, Culham, 16 January 2013.

  1. Developing a Standardized Testing Procedure for Cloud Tracking Wind Measurement Methods.
    K.M. Sayanagi, J. Barbara, B. Bourque, D.S. Choi, I. De Pater, A.D. Del Genio, S. Ewald, E. Garcia-Melendo, N.G. Heavens, R. Hueso, T. Imamura, A.P. Ingersoll, T. Kouyama, T. Liu, P.S. Marcus, J. Mitchell, K. Ogohara, P.L. Read, A. Sanchez-Lavega, A.A. Simon-Miller, M. Sussman, M. Takagi, M.H. Wong, and R.M.B. Young,
    AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 3-7 December 2012., P13C-1971.

  2. How to build a planet's atmosphere in the lab.
    R.M.B. Young,
    Stargazing Oxford flash talk, University of Oxford, 20 November 2012.

  3. Investigating Jupiter's and beyond from space and in the laboratory.
    R.M.B. Young, P.L. Read, D. Thomas, A.J. Lancaster, D. Armstrong, B. Galperin, S. Sukoriansky, and N. Dikovskaya,
    AOPP seminar, Oxford, 25 October 2012.

  4. Investigating planetary atmospheres from space and in the laboratory.
    R.M.B. Young, P.L. Read, Y. Wang, D. Thomas, A.J. Lancaster, D. Armstrong, B. Galperin, S. Sukoriansky, and N. Dikovskaya,
    Astronomy Unit seminar, Queen Mary University of London, 5 October 2012.

  5. A tour of the planets and beyond in search of life.
    R.M.B. Young,
    Ashmolean Natural History Society of Oxfordshire public lecture, 5 September 2012.

  6. Banded zonal jets on Jupiter and Saturn: a laboratory for anisotropic geostrophic turbulence.
    P.L. Read, T.N.L. Jacoby, L.P.H.T. Rogberg, R.D. Wordsworth, Y.H. Yamazaki, K. Miki-Yamazaki, R.M.B. Young, J. Sommeria, H. Didelle, S. Viboud, and B. Galperin,
    Seminar by PLR at SWRI, 3 July 2012.

  7. Jupiter's atmospheric dynamics from JUICE: new possibilities.
    R.M.B. Young, P.L. Read, D. Armstrong, N. Dikovskaya, B. Galperin, A.J. Lancaster, and S. Sukoriansky,
    UK JUICE Workshop, Royal Astronomical Society, 21 January 2012.

  1. Eddy-driven jets and vortices in convectively forced geostrophic turbulence on a topographic beta-plane.
    P.L. Read, T.N.L. Jacoby, L.P.H.T. Rogberg, Y.H. Yamazaki, K. Miki-Yamazaki, R.M.B. Young, J. Sommeria, H. Didelle, S. Viboud, and B. Galperin,
    EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting, Nantes France, 3-7 October 2011. EPSC Abstracts, 6, 1074.
    [Extended abstract PDF]

  2. Vorticity and energy diagnostics from the 2000 Cassini Jupiter flyby.
    R.M.B. Young, P.L. Read, D. Armstrong, and A.J. Lancaster,
    EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting, Nantes France, 3-7 October 2011. EPSC Abstracts, 6, 1179.
    [Abstract PDF]

  3. A general circulation model for Jupiter's atmosphere.
    R.M.B. Young, P.L. Read, and Y.H. Yamazaki,
    EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting, Nantes France, 3-7 October 2011. EPSC Abstracts, 6, 1388.
    [Abstract PDF]

  4. Data assimilation using AOPP laboratory experiments.
    R.M.B. Young and P.L. Read,
    Seminar at University of Maryland, 16 March 2011.

  1. A Benchmark for Cloud Tracking Wind Measurements.
    K.M. Sayanagi, D.S. Choi, T. Kouyama, R.M.B. Young, J. Mitchell, A.P. Ingersoll, S.P. Ewald, P.S. Marcus, I. De Pater, M.H. Wong, M. Sussman, K. Ogohara, T. Imamura, M. Takagi, N. Sato, A.D. Del Genio, J. Barbara, A. Sanchez-Lavega, R. Hueso, E. García-Melendo, A.A. Simon-Miller, P.L. Read, and L. Montabone,
    AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 13-17 December 2010, P11A-1335.

  2. A global general circulation model for Jupiter's atmosphere.
    R.M.B. Young, P.L. Read, D. Armstrong, and Y.H. Yamazaki,
    8th UKPF Early Career Scientists' Meeting, Royal Astronomical Society, 4 November 2010.

  3. Global GCM simulations of Jupiter's atmosphere.
    R.M.B. Young, P.L. Read, D. Armstrong, and Y.H. Yamazaki,
    Exoclimes: Exploring the diversity of planetary atmospheres, Exeter, UK, 7-10 September 2010.

  4. Boundary-layer instability in the rotating thermal annulus.
    T.N.L. Jacoby, P.L. Read, P.D. Williams, and R.M.B. Young,
    EGU General Assembly, Vienna, 2-7 May 2010. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 12, EGU2010-10517.

  5. Data assimilation in the rotating annulus experiment using analysis correction.
    R.M.B. Young and P.L. Read,
    EGU General Assembly, Vienna, 2-7 May 2010. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 12, EGU2010-12611.

  6. Using gradient descent with a perfect model of the rotating annulus.
    R.M.B. Young, R. Binter, F. Niehörster, L.A. Smith, and P.L. Read,
    EGU General Assembly, Vienna, 2-7 May 2010. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 12, EGU2010-14408.

  7. Predictability of a laboratory analogue for planetary atmospheres.
    R.M.B. Young and P.L. Read,
    EGU General Assembly, Vienna, 2-7 May 2010. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 12, EGU2010-12586-1.

  8. Eddy-driven jets and vortices in convectively forced geostrophic turbulence on a topographic beta-plane.
    P.L. Read, T.N.L. Jacoby, L.P.H.T. Rogberg, Y.H. Yamazaki, K. Miki-Yamazaki, R. Wordsworth, R.M.B. Young, J. Sommeria, H. Didelle, and S. Viboud,
    EGU General Assembly, Vienna, 2-7 May 2010. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 12, EGU2010-6755.

  9. Shadowing the rotating annulus.
    R.M.B. Young, R. Binter, F. Niehörster, H. Du, and L.A. Smith,
    Seminar by FN at University of Western Australia, 1 May 2010.

  10. Eddy-driven jets and vortices in convectively forced geostrophic turbulence on a topographic beta-plane.
    P.L. Read, T.N.L. Jacoby, P.H.T. Rogberg, Y.H. Yamazaki, K. Miki-Yamazaki, R.M.B. Young, J. Sommeria, H. Didelle, and S. Viboud,
    Proc. Hydralab III Joint Transnational Access User Meeting, Hannover, 1-4 February 2010, 171-174.
    [Extended abstract PDF]

  1. Rotating Fluids, Chaos, Clocks and Calendars.
    L.A. Smith, R.M.B. Young, R. Binter, I. Gilmour, L. Clarke, H. Du, F. Niehörster, D. Stainforth, K. Judd, J. Hansen, and P. Burrows,
    Rotating Fluids in Geophysics, University of Oxford, 10 July 2009.

  2. Data assimilation in a laboratory analogue for planetary atmospheres.
    R.M.B. Young and P.L. Read,
    Rotating Fluids in Geophysics, University of Oxford, 10 July 2009.

  3. Predictability of a laboratory analogue for planetary atmospheres.
    R.M.B. Young and P.L. Read,
    Applied Dynamical Systems seminar, OCIAM, Oxford, 25 June 2009.

  1. Laboratory Analogues of the Banded Circulation on Gas Giant Planets.
    P.L. Read, T.N.L. Jacoby, P. Rogberg, R. Wordsworth, Y.H. Yamazaki, K. Yamazaki, and R.M.B. Young,
    AAS 40th Division for Planetary Sciences meeting, Ithaca, NY, 10-15 October 2008, 41.11.

  2. Data assimilation in a laboratory analogue for planetary atmospheres.
    R.M.B. Young and P.L. Read,
    RMetS Student Conference, University of Manchester, 3-5 September 2008.

  3. Forecasting and assimilation in a laboratory analogue for planetary atmospheres.
    R.M.B. Young,
    Geophysical and Nonlinear Fluid Dynamics Seminar, AOPP, University of Oxford, 6 May 2008.

  4. Generation and propagation of inertia-gravity waves within baroclinic wave flows in thermally-driven rotating annulus experiments.
    P.L. Read, T.N.L. Jacoby, R.M.B. Young, A. Randriamampianina, P. Maubert, W.-G. Früh, P.D. Williams, and T.W.N. Haine,
    EGU General Assembly, Vienna, 13-18 April 2008. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 10, EGU2008-A-05237.

  1. Spin away those bad weather blues....
    R.M.B. Young,
    BA Perspectives poster competition, BA Festival of Science, University of York, 10-14 September 2007.

  2. Data assimilation in the rotating annulus.
    R.M.B. Young and P.L. Read,
    RMetS Annual Student Conference, Heriot Watt University, 1-3 September 2007.

  3. Numerical weather prediction techniques and data assimilation in the rotating annulus.
    R.M.B. Young,
    Applied Dynamical Systems seminar, OCIAM, 1 May 2007.

  4. Intrinsic predictability measures of baroclinic chaos and quasi-periodic flow in the rotating annulus.
    R.M.B. Young and P.L. Read,
    EGU General Assembly, Vienna, 15-20 April 2007. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 9, EGU2007-A-00545.

  5. Predictability in the rotating annulus.
    R.M.B. Young,
    AOPP Vacation Seminar, AOPP, University of Oxford, 22 March 2007..

  6. Predictability and assimilation in the laboratory.
    R.M.B. Young,
    Seminar at Centre for the Analysis of Time Series, London School of Economics, 15 February 2007.

  7. Predictability and assimilation in the laboratory.
    R.M.B. Young,
    Seminar at ECMWF, Reading, 5 February 2007.

  1. Breeding vectors as a measure of predictability in the rotating annulus.
    R.M.B. Young and P.L. Read,
    GEFD Summer School, Cambridge, 10-23 September 2006.

  2. Breeding Vectors in the Rotating Annulus as a Measure of Intrinsic Predictability.
    R.M.B. Young and P.L. Read,
    RMetS Student Conference, University of East Anglia, 21-23 August 2006.

  1. Charged Particle Acceleration in time-dependent electric fields associated with X-type neutral points.
    R.M.B. Young and P. Petkaki,
    AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 5-9 December 2005, SM33C-0464.

  2. Substructure in dwarf spheroidals - a star cluster connection.
    M.I. Wilkinson, J.T. Kleyna, N.W. Evans, G.F. Gilmore, E.K. Grebel, A. Koch, J. Read, and R.M.B. Young,
    Near-Field Cosmology with Dwarf Elliptical Galaxies, Proceedings IAU Colloquium, 198, 119-122.
    [Extended abstract PDF]