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Robin Clark is a climate scientist researching changes in extreme events likely to arise due to climate change. His areas of interest include extreme events, uncertainty, probability, predictability, dynamics and circulation regime analysis. 

Robin joined the Met Office in 1998 where he spent three years working in medium and seasonal range forecasting research. After a further three years of seasonal forecasting as a visiting scientist at Meteo France in Toulouse (France), Robin returned to the UK to take up the post he occupies today.  Since 2015, he has been working in “CSSP China”, a joint project between the Met Office, IAP and CMA to help increase collaboration between China and the UK. Prior to 1998, Robin completed a PhD at the University of Plymouth in road surface weather forecasting.