Dr Emma FerrantiAssociate Lecturer
Emma has research interests in air quality and synoptic climatology. She is currently working as a Research Associate on the Breathe Easier project, which centres on the adaption and redesign of a directional passive air pollution sampler so that it may be deployed to measure particulates, ammonia, and radioactive dusts, within a regulatory context. Emma has previous air quality experience as a research consultant at AEA Energy & Environment. For her PhD Emma combined synoptic climatological and GIS techniques to investigate climatic processes and patterns in upland Cumbria, NW England, and on the sub-polar island of South Georgia.
Field-testing a new directional passive air sampler for fugitive dust in a complex industrial source environment
Ferranti, E., Fryer, M., Sweetman, A., Solera Garcia, M.A., Timmis, R. 01/2014 In: Environmental Science: Processes and Impacts. 16, 1, p. 159-168. 10 p.
Daily irradiance and sunshine hours in North West England: a consultancy report undertaken for Placefirst
Ferranti, E., McKenna, P. 12/2012 Lancaster University. 20 p.
Changing patterns of heavy rainfall in upland areas: a case study from northern England.
Burt, T.P., Ferranti, E.J.S. 30/03/2012 In: International Journal of Climatology. 32, 4, p. 518-532. 15 p.
RMets Student Conference 2010.
Ferranti, E.J.S. 11/2010 In: Weather. 65, 11, p. 306-307. 2 p.
Directional Analysis of Sub-Antarctic Climate Change on South Georgia 1905-2009
Ferranti, E.J.S., Solera Garcia, M.A., Timmis, R.J., Whyatt, D. 2010
Using Conditional Analysis to Investigate Spatial and Temporal patterns in Upland Rainfall
Ferranti, E.J.S., Whyatt, J.D., Timmis, R. 2010
Using GIS to investigate spatial and temporal variations in upland rainfall.
Ferranti, E.J.S., Whyatt, J.D., Timmis, R.J., Davies, G. 2010 In: Transactions in GIS. 14, 3, p. 265-282. 18 p.
Development and application of topographic descriptors for conditional analysis of rainfall.
Ferranti, E.J.S., Whyatt, J.D., Timmis, R.J. 07/2009 In: Atmospheric Science Letters. 10, 3, p. 177-184. 8 p.
Developing topographic descriptors to study orographic processes under a changing climate.
Ferranti, E.J.S., Whyatt, J.D., Timmis, R.J. 2/04/2009
An Investigation into the Origins of a Series of PM10 Anomalies at a Remote Location in NW England.
Ferranti, E.J.S., Whyatt, J.D., Davison, B. 2008 In: Journal of Environmental Monitoring. 10, 9, p. 1033-1040. 8 p.