British Antarctic Survey
Climate Science in British Antarctic Survey
British Antarctic Survey (BAS) is a component of the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and an affiliated institute of the University of Cambridge.
BAS science organised into 6 science programmes, each with a Science Leader. Here we list those programmes and their areas of interest, as well as our most senior (Individual Merit) scientists.
- Pete Convey (Terrestrial biology, ecosystem modelling and impacts of climate change)
- Alistair Crame (Science Leader - Environmental Change & Evolution, encompassing long-range climate timeseries, variability modes and trends)
- Richard Hindmarsh (Glacial change and ice sheet modelling)
- Richard Horne (Particle acceleration, planetary radiation belts and Space Weather)
- John King (Science Leader - Climate, encompassing upper and lower atmospheric dynamics, clouds, sea-ice and boundary layer processes)
- Mike Meredith (Science Leader - Polar Oceans, encompassing large-scale ocean circulation and dynamics, shelf sea processes and ice shelf-ocean interaction, and interdisciplinary marine science)
- Eugene Murphy (Science Leader - Ecosystems, encompassing ecosystem modelling, adaption and resilience of polar ecosystems to past and current climate change)
- Lloyd Peck (Biological adaptations to extreme climatic conditions and low temperature gigantism)
- John Turner (Lower atmospheric climate, variability and modelling)
- David Vaughan (Science Leader - IceSheets, encompassing glacial process, sea-level rise and quaternary change)
- Eric Wolff (Science Leader - Chemistry and Past Climate, encompassing ice cores and other Quaternary palaeoscience, polar tropospheric chemistry)
See also the list of CCfCS Community members from BAS (i.e., Users with tag='bas')
Find further information about BAS here.