Mick Pope

Mick Pope is a lecturer in meteorology with the Bureau of Meteorology's Training Centre. Earlier this year Mick submitted his PhD in meteorology at Monash University, studying the wet season over Darwin. He also recently graduated with a Scholar in Theology Certificate at Tyndale College and is now studying a Masters at the South African Theological Seminary. As well as being an ISCAST Fellow, Mick is on the board of the Zadok Institute for Christianity and Culture, and is a regular contributor to Zadok Perspectives and Papers, is on the TEAR climate change working group, and has been involved in the early stages of establishing A Rocha in Australia. Mick is currently a tutor for the Science and religion course at UNSW. Mick’s research interests include various aspects of tropical meteorology including thunderstorms the Australian monsoon and heavy rain events in the trade wind regime. His theological interests include teleology, ecomissiology and a theology of evolution. Mick is married to Joanne and has a young son, Jacob.



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