Tom M. L. Wigley (1940-) is an Australian mathematical physicist and climatologist who made many important contributions to climate and carbon-cycle modeling and to climate data analysis. He made important contributions to a diverse collection of topics in climatology including data analysis; climate impacts on agriculture and water resources; paleoclimatology; and modeling of climate, sea level, and the carbon cycle. He was a lead scientist in most major scientific reviews of climate change science, including the studies by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
- PBS Online. Interview with Tom M. L. Wigley.