Dr Khalia Hill
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Role: 
Former PhD student
Field of Research: 
Modulation of Southern Hemisphere Climate via Large-Scale Modes and their Teleconnections
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Dr Khalia Hill completed her PhD with the Climate Change Research Centre in 2010 under the supervision of Prof Matthew England. Khalia’s thesis was titled ‘Modulation of Southern Hemisphere Climate via Large-Scale Modes and their Teleconnections’ and her research focused on Southern Hemisphere rainfall variability linked to large-scale climate modes. Particularly on shifting rainfall patterns over eastern Australia and an emphasis on extreme climate conditions linked to multi-decadal variability and/or climate change.

Dr Hill is currently working as a Senior Atmospheric and Climate Scientist at New South Wales Office of Environment and Heritage. Prior to this Dr Hill held positions as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Woollongong, and a Senior Air Quality Consultant with Pacific Environment Limited.